1. Emge JR, Huynh K, Miller EN, Kaur M, Reardon C, Barrett KE and MG Gareau. Modulation of the Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis by Probiotics in a Murine Model of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Am J Physiol Gastro Liver Physiol, Jun 1;310(11):G989-98. 2016. (senior and corresponding author)
  2. Johnson AM, Costanzo A, Gareau MG, Armando AM, Quehenberger O, Jameson J, and JM Olefsky. High Fat Diet Causes Depletion of Intestinal Eosinophils and Intestinal Permeability. PLoS One, Apr2;10(4):e0122195, 2015.
  3. Marchelletta RM, Guiney D, Gareau MG, Okamoto S, Barrett KE, and J Fierer. The Interleukin-8R (Cxcr2) is required for resistance to Salmonella enterica Typhimurium but not diarrhea in a colitis model. J Inf Dis, Dec 1;212(1):128-36, 2015.
  4. De Jong P, Takahashi N, Peiris M, Bertin S, Lee J, Gareau MG, Paniagua A, Herdman DS, Harris AR, Corr M, Blackshaw A, and E Raz. TRP8 on mucosal sensory nerves regulates colitogenic responses by innate immune cells via CGRP. Mucosal Immunology, May;8(3):491-504 2015.
  5. Smith CJ, Emge JR, Berzins K, Lung L, Khamishon R, Shah P, Rodrigues DM, Sousa AJ, Reardon C, Sherman PM, Barrett KE, and MG Gareau. Probiotics normalize the gut-brain-microbiota axis in immunodeficient mice. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol, 307(8):G793-802 2014. (senior and corresponding author)
  6. Marchelletta RM*, Gareau MG*, McCole DF, Okamoto S, Roel E, Klinkenberg R, Guiney D, Fierer J, and KE Barrett. Altered Expression and Localization of Ion Transporters Contribute to Diarrhea in Mice with Salmonella-induced Enteritis. Gastroenterology; Dec;145(6):1358-1368, 2013. *authors contributed equally.
  7. Gareau MG and KE Barrett. Fluid and electrolyte secretion in the inflamed gut: novel targets for treatment of inflammation-induced diarrhea. Curr Opin Pharma; 13(6):895-9, 2013 *invited review
  8. Fattouh R, Guo CH, Lam GY, Gareau MG, Ngan BY, Sherman PM, Glogauer M, Muise AM, and JH Brumell. Rac2-Deficiency Leads to Exacerbated and Protracted Colitis in Response to Citrobacter rodentium Infection. PLoS One, Apr 16;8(4):e61629, 2013.
  9. McAllister CS, Lakhdari O, Pineton de Chambrun G, Gareau MG, Broquet A, Lee GH, Shenouda S, Eckmann L, and MF Kagnoff. TLR3, TRIF and Caspase 8 Determine Double-stranded RNA-induced Epithelial Cell Death and Survival in vivo. J Immunol, 1;190(1):418-27, 2013.
  1. Rodrigues DM, Sousa AJ, Hawley SP, Vong L, Gareau MG, Kumar SA, Johnson-Henry KC, and PM Sherman. Matrix-metalloproteinase 9 contributes to gut microbiota homeostasis in a model of infectious colitis. BMC Microbiology 12(1);105, 2012.
  2. Rodrigues DM, Sousa AJ, Johnson-Henry KC, Sherman PM, and MG Gareau. Probiotics are effective in both the prevention and treatment of Citrobacter rodentium-induced colitis in mice. J Infect Dis, 206(1):99-109, (senior and corresponding author; cover image)
  3. Gareau MG. Diet and nerves: The impact of feeding on newborn intestinal permeability. J Physiol, 589(17) 4091, 2011. (Commissioned article)
  4. Reardon C, Lechmann M, Brüstle A, Gareau MG, Shuman N, Philpott DJ, and TW Mak. TSLP-induced SLPI expression mediates recovery from colonic inflammation. Immunity, 35(2):223-35, 2011

               -accompanying highlight in Nat Rev Immunol 2011 11(9), 574; recommended by Faculty of 1000

  1. Gareau MG, Ho NK, Brenner D, Sousa AJ, LeBourhis L, Mak TW, Girardin SE, Philpott DJ, and PM Sherman. Enterohemorrhagic but not enteropathogenic Escherichia coli infection of epithelial cells disrupts signalling responses to tumour necrosis factor-alpha. Microbiology, 157:2963–2973 2011.
  2. Gareau MG, Wine E, Rodrigues DM, Cho JH, Whary MT, Philpott DJ, MacQueen G, and PM Sherman. Bacterial Infection Causes Stress-Induced Memory Dysfunction in Mice. Gut, 60:307-17, 2011.

               – accompanying commentary in Gut 2011; 60:288-9; recommended twice by Faculty of 1000

  1. Gareau MG, Sherman PM, and WA Walker. Probiotics: A Method for Use to Maintain and Restore the Host Microbiota. Nat Rev Gastroenterol Hepatol, 7:503-514, 2010. (cited 34 times)
  2. Donato KA, Gareau MG, Wang J, Sherman PM. Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG attenuates interferon-g and tumor necrosis factor a-induced barrier dysfunction and pro-inflammatory signalling. Microbiology, Nov;156(Pt 11):3288-97 2010.
  3. Wine E, Shen-Tu G, Gareau MG, Licht C, Ngan B-Y, Goldberg H, Sorenson E, Sodek J, Zohar R, and PM Sherman. Osteopontin null mice are protected from Citrobacter rodentium-induced colonic epithelial cell hyperplasia. Am J Path, 177(3):1320-32, 2010.
  4. Gareau MG, Wine E, Reardon C, and PM Sherman. Probiotics Prevent Death Caused by Neonatal Citrobacter rodentium Infection in Mice. J Infect Dis 201:81–91, 2010.
  5. Wade PR, Palmer J, Mabus J, Saunders PR, Prouty S, Chevalier K, Gareau MG, McKenney S, and PJ Hornby. Prokineticin-1 mediates intestinal secretory and contractile activity in rat small intestine. Neurogastroenterol Motil 22(5):e152-61, 2010.
  6. Wine E, Gareau MG, Johnson-Henry KC, and PM Sherman. Strain-specific probiotic (Lactobacillus helveticus) inhibition of Campylobacter jejuni invasion of human intestinal epithelial cells. FEMS Microbiol Lett Nov;300(1):146-52, 2009.
  7. Gareau MG*, Teitelbaum AA*, Jury J, Yang PC, and MH Perdue. Chronic Peripheral Administration of Corticotropin-Releasing Factor Causes Colonic Barrier Dysfunction Similar to Psychological Stress. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol Sep;295(3):G452-9, 2008. (corresponding author)  *authors contributed equally to the paper
  1. Gareau MG, Silva MA, and MH Perdue. Physiopathological mechanisms of stress-induced small and large intestinal damage. Curr Mol Med. Jun;8(4):274-81, 2008. (invited review)
  2. Gareau MG, Jury J, MacQueen G, Sherman PM, and MH Perdue. Probiotic Treatment of Rat Pups Normalizes Corticosterone Release and Colonic Dysfunction Following Maternal Separation. 56(11); 1522-8, 2007.  (corresponding author)

– accompanying commentary in Gut 2007; 56(11):1495-7; recommended by Faculty of 1000

  1. Gareau MG, Jury J, and MH Perdue. Neonatal Maternal Separation of Rat Pups Results in Abnormal Cholinergic Regulation of Epithelial Permeability. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol.  293(1): G198-203, 2007.  (corresponding author)
  2. Gareau MG, Jury J, Yang PC, MacQueen G, MH Perdue. Neonatal Maternal Separation Causes Colonic Dysfunction in Immature Rat Pups Resulting in Altered Bacterial-Epithelial Interactions. Pediatr Res. 59(1):83-8, 2006.  (corresponding author)
  3. Soderholm JD, Yates DA, Gareau MG, Yang PC, MacQueen G and MH Perdue. Neonatal Maternal Separation Predisposes Adult Rats to Colonic Barrier Dysfunction in Response to Mild Stress. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 283:G1257-G1263, 2002.