David Prangishvili
David Prangishvili
Professor at the Pasteure Institute, Paris, France
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Structural basis of enzyme encapsulation into a bacterial nanocompartment
M Sutter, D Boehringer, S Gutmann, S Günther, D Prangishvili, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 15 (9), 939-947, 2008
Viruses of the Archaea: a unifying view
D Prangishvili, P Forterre, RA Garrett
Nature Reviews Microbiology 4 (11), 837-848, 2006
Prokaryote viruses studied by electron microscopy
HW Ackermann, D Prangishvili
Archives of virology 157, 1843-1849, 2012
Genomics of bacterial and archaeal viruses: dynamics within the prokaryotic virosphere
M Krupovic, D Prangishvili, RW Hendrix, DH Bamford
Microbiology and molecular biology reviews 75 (4), 610-635, 2011
Evolutionary genomics of archaeal viruses: unique viral genomes in the third domain of life
D Prangishvili, RA Garrett, EV Koonin
Virus research 117 (1), 52-67, 2006
Casposons: a new superfamily of self-synthesizing DNA transposons at the origin of prokaryotic CRISPR-Cas immunity
M Krupovic, KS Makarova, P Forterre, D Prangishvili, EV Koonin
BMC biology 12 (1), 1-12, 2014
Position paper: The creation of a rational scheme for the nomenclature of viruses of Bacteria and Archaea
AM Kropinski, D Prangishvili, R Lavigne
Environmental microbiology 11 (11), 2775-2777, 2009
Roles of viruses in the environment
F Rohwer, D Prangishvili, D Lindell
Environmental microbiology 11 (11), 2771-2774, 2009
The great billion‐year war between ribosome‐and capsid‐encoding organisms (cells and viruses) as the major source of evolutionary novelties
P Forterre, D Prangishvili
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1178 (1), 65-77, 2009
Independent virus development outside a host
M Häring, G Vestergaard, R Rachel, L Chen, RA Garrett, D Prangishvili
Nature 436 (7054), 1101-1102, 2005
Viruses of archaea: structural, functional, environmental and evolutionary genomics
M Krupovic, V Cvirkaite-Krupovic, J Iranzo, D Prangishvili, EV Koonin
Virus research 244, 181-193, 2018
Viruses, plasmids and other genetic elements of thermophilic and hyperthermophilic Archaea
W Zillig, D Prangishvili, C Schleper, M Elferink, I Holz, S Albers, ...
FEMS microbiology reviews 18 (2-3), 225-236, 1996
The wonderful world of archaeal viruses
D Prangishvili
Annual review of microbiology 67, 565-585, 2013
The archeoviruses
M Pina, A Bize, P Forterre, D Prangishvili
FEMS microbiology reviews 35 (6), 1035-1054, 2011
Genetic elements in the extremely thermophilic archaeon Sulfolobus
W Zillig, HP Arnold, I Holz, D Prangishvili, A Schweier, K Stedman, Q She, ...
Extremophiles 2, 131-140, 1998
The enigmatic archaeal virosphere
D Prangishvili, DH Bamford, P Forterre, J Iranzo, EV Koonin, M Krupovic
Nature Reviews Microbiology 15 (12), 724-739, 2017
The origin of viruses
P Forterre, D Prangishvili
Research in Microbiology 160 (7), 466-472, 2009
Desulfurococcaceae, the second family of the extremely thermophilic, anaerobic, sulfur-respiring Thermoproteales
W Zillig, KO Stetter, D Prangishvilli, W Schäfer, S Wunderl, D Janekovic, ...
Zentralblatt Für Bakteriologie Mikrobiologie Und Hygiene: I. Abt. Originale …, 1982
Sulfolobicins, Specific Proteinaceous Toxins Produced by Strains of the Extremely Thermophilic Archaeal GenusSulfolobus
D Prangishvili, I Holz, E Stieger, S Nickell, JK Kristjansson, W Zillig
Journal of bacteriology 182 (10), 2985-2988, 2000
A novel virus family, the Rudiviridae: structure, virus-host interactions and genome variability of the Sulfolobus viruses SIRV1 and SIRV2
D Prangishvili, HP Arnold, D Götz, U Ziese, I Holz, JK Kristjansson, ...
Genetics 152 (4), 1387-1396, 1999
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