Cellular Microbiology

(The H4-Index of Cellular Microbiology is 20. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-10-01 to 2023-10-01.)
TypeVIsecretion system effector proteins: Effective weapons for bacterial competitiveness77
The zebrafish as a model for gastrointestinal tract–microbe interactions55
Listeria monocytogenes, a model in infection biology54
Hepatitis B virus entry into HepG2‐NTCP cells requires clathrin‐mediated endocytosis44
Media matters! Alterations in the loading and release of Histoplasma capsulatum extracellular vesicles in response to different nu41
Protective effect of fungal extracellular vesicles against murine candidiasis38
Causalities of war: The connection between type VI secretion system and microbiota38
Influenza A virus interactions with macrophages: Lessons from epithelial cells33
EXP1 is required for organisation of EXP2 in the intraerythrocytic malaria parasite vacuole30
AMPK and Akt/mTOR signalling pathways participate in glucose‐mediated regulation of hepatitis B virus replication and cellular autophagy27
Strategies used by bacterial pathogens to cross the blood–brain barrier25
IntracellularStaphylococcus aureusand host cell death pathways23
Why isListeria monocytogenessuch a potent inducer of CD8+ T‐cells?23
The ins and outs of host‐microsporidia interactions during invasion, proliferation and exit22
NAD hydrolysis by the tuberculosis necrotizing toxin induces lethal oxidative stress in macrophages21
Legumes tolerance to rhizobia is not always observed and not always deserved21
Presence of SopE and mode of infection result in increased Salmonella ‐containing vacuole damage and cytosolic release during host cell infection by 21
AFM in cellular and molecular microbiology21
Here, there, and everywhere: How pathogenicEscherichia colisense and respond to gastrointestinal biogeography20
Short chain fatty acids released by Fusobacterium nucleatum are neutrophil chemoattractants acting via free fatty acid receptor 2 ( FFAR2 20
Viral entry and the ubiquitin‐proteasome system20