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Dr Anne Chevallereau

Dr Anne Chevallereau

Research Fellow

 01326 259469

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Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK

Overview

During my PhD, I have investigated how bacterial viruses (phages) take over their host cell and turn it into viral factories by studying the molecular mechanisms underlying their infectious cycle. I have now joined the group of Dr. Edze Westra to explore a different aspect of phage-host interactions. My research project focuses on small proteins encoded on phage genomes that inhibit CRISPR-Cas immune systems. In particular, I aim to understand how the presence of these anti-CRISPR proteins influence the dynamics of phage/bacteria populations.

Qualifications

2017 PhD - Microbiology - "Comprehensive study of new virulent bacteriophages: From transcriptomic and mechanistic characterisations towards evolutionary perspectives" (Paris Diderot University /Institut Pasteur, France)
2013 MSc - Cellular and Molecular Biology - (Paris 6 University, France)
2011 BSc - Life Sciences - (University Rennes 1, France)

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Blasdel BG, Chevallereau A, Monot M, Lavigne R, Debarbieux L (In Press). Comparative transcriptomics analyses reveal the conservation of an ancestral infectious strategy in two bacteriophage genera. ISME J, 11(9), 1988-1996. Abstract.  Author URL.
Chevallereau A, Blasdel BG, De Smet J, Monot M, Zimmermann M, Kogadeeva M, Sauer U, Jorth P, Whiteley M, Debarbieux L, et al (In Press). Next-Generation "-omics" Approaches Reveal a Massive Alteration of Host RNA Metabolism during Bacteriophage Infection of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. PLoS Genet, 12(7). Abstract.  Author URL.
Landsberger M, Gandon S, Meaden S, Rollie C, Chevallereau A, Chabas H, Buckling A, Westra ER, van Houte S (2018). Anti-CRISPR Phages Cooperate to Overcome CRISPR-Cas Immunity. Cell, 174(4), 908-916.e12. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Dufour N, Chevallereau A, Debarbieux L (2016). Bacteriophages: How do these allied viruses work?. Biofutur(373), 31-34.
Henry M, Bobay L-M, Chevallereau A, Saussereau E, Ceyssens P-J, Debarbieux L (2015). The search for therapeutic bacteriophages uncovers one new subfamily and two new genera of Pseudomonas-infecting Myoviridae. PLoS One, 10(1). Abstract.  Author URL.

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Journal articles

Blasdel BG, Chevallereau A, Monot M, Lavigne R, Debarbieux L (In Press). Comparative transcriptomics analyses reveal the conservation of an ancestral infectious strategy in two bacteriophage genera. ISME J, 11(9), 1988-1996. Abstract.  Author URL.
Chevallereau A, Blasdel BG, De Smet J, Monot M, Zimmermann M, Kogadeeva M, Sauer U, Jorth P, Whiteley M, Debarbieux L, et al (In Press). Next-Generation "-omics" Approaches Reveal a Massive Alteration of Host RNA Metabolism during Bacteriophage Infection of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. PLoS Genet, 12(7). Abstract.  Author URL.
Landsberger M, Gandon S, Meaden S, Rollie C, Chevallereau A, Chabas H, Buckling A, Westra ER, van Houte S (2018). Anti-CRISPR Phages Cooperate to Overcome CRISPR-Cas Immunity. Cell, 174(4), 908-916.e12. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Dufour N, Chevallereau A, Debarbieux L (2016). Bacteriophages: How do these allied viruses work?. Biofutur(373), 31-34.
Henry M, Bobay L-M, Chevallereau A, Saussereau E, Ceyssens P-J, Debarbieux L (2015). The search for therapeutic bacteriophages uncovers one new subfamily and two new genera of Pseudomonas-infecting Myoviridae. PLoS One, 10(1). Abstract.  Author URL.

Publications by year


In Press

Blasdel BG, Chevallereau A, Monot M, Lavigne R, Debarbieux L (In Press). Comparative transcriptomics analyses reveal the conservation of an ancestral infectious strategy in two bacteriophage genera. ISME J, 11(9), 1988-1996. Abstract.  Author URL.
Chevallereau A, Blasdel BG, De Smet J, Monot M, Zimmermann M, Kogadeeva M, Sauer U, Jorth P, Whiteley M, Debarbieux L, et al (In Press). Next-Generation "-omics" Approaches Reveal a Massive Alteration of Host RNA Metabolism during Bacteriophage Infection of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. PLoS Genet, 12(7). Abstract.  Author URL.

2018

Landsberger M, Gandon S, Meaden S, Rollie C, Chevallereau A, Chabas H, Buckling A, Westra ER, van Houte S (2018). Anti-CRISPR Phages Cooperate to Overcome CRISPR-Cas Immunity. Cell, 174(4), 908-916.e12. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2016

Dufour N, Chevallereau A, Debarbieux L (2016). Bacteriophages: How do these allied viruses work?. Biofutur(373), 31-34.

2015

Henry M, Bobay L-M, Chevallereau A, Saussereau E, Ceyssens P-J, Debarbieux L (2015). The search for therapeutic bacteriophages uncovers one new subfamily and two new genera of Pseudomonas-infecting Myoviridae. PLoS One, 10(1). Abstract.  Author URL.

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