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Schneider, Katharina S. and Groß, Christina J. and Dreier, Roland F. and Saller, Benedikt S. and Mishra, Ritu and Gorka, Oliver and Heilig, Rosalie and Meunier, Etienne and Dick, Mathias S. and Ćiković, Tamara and Sodenkamp, Jan and Médard, Guillaume and Naumann, Ronald and Ruland, Jürgen and Kuster, Bernhard and Broz, Petr and Groß, Olaf. (2017) The Inflammasome Drives GSDMD-Independent Secondary Pyroptosis and IL-1 Release in the Absence of Caspase-1 Protease Activity. Cell Reports, 21 (13). pp. 3846-3859.

Dick, Mathias S. and Sborgi, Lorenzo and Rühl, Sebastian and Hiller, Sebastian and Broz, Petr. (2016) ASC filament formation serves as a signal amplification mechanism for inflammasomes. Nature Communications, 7. p. 11929.

Meunier, Etienne and Wallet, Pierre and Dreier, Roland F. and Costanzo, Stéphanie and Anton, Leonie and Rühl, Sebastian and Dussurgey, Sébastien and Dick, Mathias S. and Kistner, Anne and Rigard, Mélanie and Degrandi, Daniel and Pfeffer, Klaus and Yamamoto, Masahiro and Henry, Thomas and Broz, Petr. (2015) Guanylate-binding proteins promote activation of the AIM2 inflammasome during infection with Francisella novicida. Nature immunology, Vol. 16, H. 5. pp. 476-484.

Meunier, Etienne and Dick, Mathias S. and Dreier, Roland F. and Schürmann, Nura and Kenzelmann Broz, Daniela and Warming, Søren and Roose-Girma, Merone and Bumann, Dirk and Kayagaki, Nobuhiko and Takeda, Kiyoshi and Yamamoto, Masahiro and Broz, Petr. (2014) Caspase-11 activation requires lysis of pathogen-containing vacuoles by IFN-induced GTPases. Nature, 509 (7500). pp. 366-370.

Québatte, M. and Dick, M. S. and Kaever, V. and Schmidt, A. and Dehio, C.. (2013) Dual input control : activation of the Bartonella henselae VirB/D4 Type IV secretion system by the stringent sigma factor RpoH1 and the BatR/BatS two component system. Molecular microbiology, Vol. 90, H. 4. pp. 756-775.