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2015Encapsulation and controlled release of bacteriophages for food protection using electrospun nanofibersAdlhart, Christian; Born, Yannick; Fuchs, Michael; Fieseler, Lars; Pavlovic, Branislav
2016Engineered phages for efficient control and rapid detection of viable Erwinia amylovora cellsBorn, Yannick; Leimer, Nadja; Thöny, Valentin; Zurfluh, Katrin; Eugster, Marcel; Klumpp, Jochen; Duffy, Brion; Loessner, Martin; Fieseler, Lars
2017-06Engineering of bacteriophages Y2::dpoL1-C and Y2::luxAB for efficient control and rapid detection of the fire blight pathogen, Erwinia amylovoraBorn, Yannick; Fieseler, Lars; Thöny, Valentin; Leimer, Nadja; Duffy, Brion; Loessner, Martin J.
2016-03-01Erwinia gerundensis sp. nov. : a cosmopolitan epiphyte originally isolated from pome fruit treesRezzonico, Fabio; Smits, Theo; Born, Yannick; Blom, Jochen; Frey, Jürg E.; Goesmann, Alexander; Cleenwerck, Ilse; de Vos, Paul; Bonaterra, Anna; Duffy, Brion; Montesinos, Emilio
2016Identification of phage receptors in Erwinia amylovora after transposon mutagenesisKnecht, Leandra; Born, Yannick; Loessner, Martin; Fieseler, Lars
2015Implications of the phage depolymerase DpoL1 on Erwinia amylovoraBorn, Yannick; Klumpp, Jochen; Zurfluh, Katrin; Duffy, Brion; Loessner, Martin; Fieseler, Lars
2011Novel virulent and broad-host-range Erwinia amylovora bacteriophages reveal a high degree of mosaicism and a relationship to enterobacteriaceae phagesBorn, Yannick; Fieseler, Lars; Marazzi, Janine; Lurz, Rudi; Duffy, Brion; Loessner, Martin J.
2015-07Protection of Erwinia amylovora bacteriophage Y2 from UV-induced damage by natural compoundsBorn, Yannick; Bosshard, Lars; Duffy, Brion; Loessner, Martin; Fieseler, Lars
2016The effectiveness of T5-like phages to control Salmonella entericaBorn, Yannick; Fieseler, Lars
2014The tail-associated depolymerase of Erwinia amylovoraphage L1 mediates host cell adsorption and enzymatic capsule removal, which can enhance infection by other phageBorn, Yannick; Fieseler, Lars; Klumpp, Jochen; Eugster, Marcel R.; Zurfluh, Katrin; Duffy, Brion; Loessner, Martin J.