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Balancing act of the intestinal antimicrobial proteins on gut microbiota and health.

Ra, Y. E. and Bang,Y-J. 

J. Microbiol. in press[invited review]


CarRS two-component system essential for polymyxin B resistance of Vibrio vulnificus responds to multiple host environmental signals. Ko, D.*, Sung, D.*, Kim, T.Y., Choi, G., Bang,Y-J.#, Choi, S. H.#

Microbiol. Spectr. 11(4):e00305-23. (* co-first, #co-correspondence)

Vitamin A: A key coordinator of host-microbe interactions in the intestine. 

Bang, Y-J.  BMB Reports. 56(3):133-139. [invited review]


Serum amyloid A delivers retinol to intestinal myeloid cells to promote adaptive immunity

Bang, Y-J., Hu, Z., Li, Y., Gattu, S., Ruhn, K.A., Raj, P., Herz, J., and Hooper, L.V.  

Science. 373:eabf9232.

This paper was featured in: Immunity 54(11):2447-2449.

“sLRP1’in up retinol keeps the gut SAAfe” (DOI: 10.1016/j.immuni.2021.10.013)

This paper was highlighted in: Science 373, 1319-1321. DOI: 10.1126/science.acx9068

연합뉴스 "백신 면역에 필요한 비타민 A, 장(腸)에서 어떻게 흡수될까"


Molecular basis of retinol binding by serum amyloid A during infection

Hu, Z.*, Bang, Y-J.*, Ruhn, K.A., and Hooper, L.V. (* equal contribution)  

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 116(38):19077-19082.

Epithelial retinoic acid receptor β regulates serum amyloid A expression and vitamin A-dependent intestinal immunity

Gattu, S., Bang, Y-J., Pendse, M., Dende, C., Chara, A. L., Harris, T. A., Wang, Y., Ruhn, K.A., Kuang, Z., Sockanathan, S., and Hooper, L. V.

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 116(22):10911-10916.

Small-molecule inhibitor of HlyU attenuates virulence of Vibrio species

Lee, Z-W., Kim, B.S., Jang, K.K., Bang, Y-J., Kim, S., Ha, N-C., Jung, Y.H., Lee, H.J., Han, H.J., Kim, J-S., Kim, J., Sahu, P.K., Jeong, L.S., Kim, M.H., and Choi, S.H. 

Scientific Reports. 9:4346


QStatin, a selective inhibitor of quorum sensing in Vibrio species
Kim, B. S., Jang, S. Y., Bang, Y-J., Hwang, J., Koo, Y., Jang, K. K., Lim, D., Kim, M. H., and Choi, S. H.  
mBio. 9 (1), e02262-17.


The hydrogen peroxide hypersensitivity of OxyR2 in Vibrio vulnificus depends on conformational constraints
Jo, I., Kim, D., Bang, Y-J., Ahn, J., Choi, S. H., and Ha, N.-C.

J. Biol. Chem. 292:7223-7232.


OxyR2 Functions as a three-state redox switch to tightly regulate production of Prx2, a peroxiredoxin of Vibrio vulnificus

Bang, Y-J., Lee, Z.-W., Kim, D., Jo, I.-S., Ha, N.-C., and Choi, S. H.

J. Biol. Chem. 291:16038-16047.


Characterization of the Vibrio vulnificus 1-Cys Peroxiredoxin Prx3 and regulation of its expression by the Fe-S cluster regulator IscR in response to oxidative stress and iron starvation

Lim. J. G., Bang, Y-J., and Choi, S. H.
J. Biol. Chem. 289:36263-36274.

Distinct characteristics of OxyR2, a new OxyR-type regulator, ensuring expression of Peroxiredoxin 2 detoxifying low levels of hydrogen peroxide in Vibrio vulnificus

Kim, S. Y.*, Bang, Y-J. *, Kim, D., Lim, J. G., Oh, M. H., and Choi, S. H. (*equal contribution)

Mol. Microbiol. 93:992-1009.


Distinct characteristics of two 2-Cys peroxiredoxins of Vibrio vulnificus suggesting differential roles in detoxifying oxidative stress

Bang, Y-J.*, Oh, M. H.*, and Choi, S. H. (* equal contribution)

J. Biol. Chem. 287:42516-42524.

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