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Haas, Thomas M. and Laventie, Benoit-Joseph and Lagies, Simon and Harter, Caroline and Prucker, Isabel and Ritz, Danilo and Batcha, Raspudin Saleem and Qiu, Danye and Hüttel, Wolfgang and Andexer, Jennifer and Kammerer, Bernd and Jenal, Urs and Jessen, Henning Jacob. (2022) Photoaffinity capture compounds to profile the Magic Spot Nucleotide interactomes. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 61 (22). e202201731.

Laventie, Benoît-Joseph and Jenal, Urs. (2020) Surface Sensing and Adaptation in Bacteria. Annual review of microbiology, 74. pp. 735-760.

Laventie, Benoît-Joseph and Sangermani, Matteo and Estermann, Fabienne and Manfredi, Pablo and Planes, Rémi and Hug, Isabelle and Jaeger, Tina and Meunier, Etienne and Broz, Petr and Jenal, Urs. (2019) A surface-induced asymmetric program promotes tissue colonization by Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Cell host & microbe, 25 (1). pp. 140-152.E6.

Laventie, Benoît-Joseph and Glatter, Timo and Jenal, Urs. (2017) Pull-Down with a c-di-GMP-Specific Capture Compound Coupled to Mass Spectrometry as a Powerful Tool to Identify Novel Effector Proteins. Methods in Molecular Biology, 1657. pp. 361-376.

Valentini, Martina and Laventie, Benoît-Joseph and Moscoso, Joana and Jenal, Urs and Filloux, Alain. (2016) The Diguanylate Cyclase HsbD Intersects with the HptB Regulatory Cascade to Control Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilm and Motility. PLoS genetics, 12 (10). e1006354.

Laventie, Benoît-Joseph and Nesper, Jutta and Ahrné, Erik and Glatter, Timo and Schmidt, Alexander and Jenal, Urs. (2015) Capture compound mass spectrometry - a powerful tool to identify novel c-di-GMP effector proteins. Journal of visualized experiments, H. 97 , e51404.

Fei, Na and Häussinger, Daniel and Blümli, Seraina and Laventie, Benoît-Joseph and Bizzini, Lorenzo D. and Zimmermann, Kaspar and Jenal, Urs and Gillingham, Dennis. (2014) Catalytic carbene transfer allows the direct customization of cyclic purine dinucleotides. Chemical Communications, 50 (62). pp. 8499-8502.