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Browsing publications by Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten.

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Jess Buttress
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
A hyperpromiscuous antitoxin protein domain for the neutralization of diverse toxin domains2022
Jess Buttress
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Disruption of the cytoplasmic membrane structure and barrier function underlies the potent antiseptic activity of octenidine in Gram-positive bacteria2022
James Grimshaw
Jess Buttress
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Low membrane fluidity triggers lipid phase separation and protein segregation in living bacteria2022
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Regulation of para-cresol production in Clostridioides difficile2022
Dr Fatima Ulhuq
Dr Chriselle Mendonca
Dr Grant Buchanan
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Professor Matthias Trost
et al.
A membrane-depolarizing toxin substrate of the Staphylococcus aureus Type VII secretion system mediates intra-species competition2020
Dr Alan Koh
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
A widespread toxin-antitoxin system exploiting growth control via alarmone signaling2020
Dr Didier Ndeh
Dr Arnaud Basle
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Dr Alan Cartmell
Author Correction: Metabolism of multiple glycosaminoglycans by Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron is orchestrated by a versatile core genetic locus (Nature Communications, (2020), 11, 1, (646), 10.1038/s41467-020-14509-4)2020
Dr Didier Ndeh
Dr Arnaud Basle
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Dr Alan Cartmell
Metabolism of multiple glycosaminoglycans by Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron is orchestrated by a versatile core genetic locus2020
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
The Epipeptide YydF Intrinsically Triggers the Cell Envelope Stress Response of Bacillus subtilis and Causes Severe Membrane Perturbations2020
Dr Giusy Mariano
Dr Katharina Trunk
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
A family of Type VI secretion system effector proteins that form ion-selective pores2019
James Grimshaw
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
ABCF ATPases involved in protein synthesis, ribosome assembly and antibiotic resistance: Structural and functional diversification across the tree of life2019
Dr Declan Gray
Gillian Dugan
Dr Pamela Gamba
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Dr Leendert Hamoen
et al.
Extreme slow growth as alternative strategy to survive deep starvation in bacteria2019
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Dr Leendert Hamoen
Assessing membrane fluidity and visualizing fluid membrane domains in bacteria using fluorescent membrane dyes2018
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Dr Leendert Hamoen
Membrane curvature and the Tol-Pal complex determine polar localization of the chemoreceptor Tar in E. coli2018
Dr Bernhard Kepplinger
Stephanie Morton
Dr Kenneth Seistrup
Dr Adam Hopkins
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
et al.
Mode of Action and Heterologous Expression of the Natural Product Antibiotic Vancoresmycin2018
Dr Vasileios Floros
Dr Angela Pyle
Dr Wei Wei
Dr Brendan Payne
Dr Jonathan Coxhead
et al.
Segregation of mitochondrial DNA heteroplasmy through a developmental genetic bottleneck in human embryos2018
Dr Kenneth Seistrup
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
The Gram-positive model organism Bacillus subtilis does not form microscopically detectable cardiolipin-specific lipid domains2018
Dr Katharina Trunk
Dr Julien Peltier
Professor Janet Quinn
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Professor Matthias Trost
et al.
The type VI secretion system deploys antifungal effectors against microbial competitors2018
Dr Kathi Scheinpflug
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Antimicrobial peptide cWFW kills by combining lipid phase separation with autolysis2017
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Bacterial Membranes: Structure, Domains, and Function2017
Dr Martin Sim
David Picton
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Dr Colin Gillespie
Dr Phillip Aldridge
et al.
Growth rate control of flagellar assembly in Escherichai coli strain RP4372017
Dr Kathi Scheinpflug
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Measurement of Cell Membrane Fluidity by Laurdan GP: Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Microscopy2017
Derk te Winkel
Declan Gray
Dr Kenneth Seistrup
Dr Leendert Hamoen
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
et al.
Analysis of antimicrobial-triggered membrane depolarisation using voltage sensitive dyes2016
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Daptomycin inhibits cell envelope synthesis by interfering with fluid membrane microdomains2016
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Against the mainstream: the membrane-associated type I toxin BsrG from Bacillus subtilis interferes with cell envelope biosynthesis without increasing membrane permeability2015
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Dr Leendert Hamoen
Membrane Recognition and Dynamics of the RNA Degradosome2015
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Diana Klutsch
Claudia Schaffner
Dr Leendert Hamoen
Transmembrane protein sorting driven by membrane curvature2015
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Dr Leendert Hamoen
The actin homologue MreB organizes the bacterial cell membrane2014
Ilkay Celik
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Dr Leendert Hamoen
Structural and genetic analyses reveal the protein SepF as a new membrane anchor for the Z ring2013
Ilkay Celik
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Dr Leendert Hamoen
Structural and genetic analyses reveal the protein SepF as a new membrane anchor for the Z ring2013
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Time-delayed in vivo assembly of subunit a into preformed Escherichia coli FoF1 ATP synthase2013
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Dr Leendert Hamoen
Finding the corners in a cell2012
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Archaeal transcriptional regulation of the prokaryotic KdpFABC complex mediating K+ uptake in H. salinarum2011
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Dr Leendert Hamoen
Membrane potential is important for bacterial cell division2010
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
Dr Leendert Hamoen
Localization of general and regulatory proteolysis in Bacillus subtilis cells2008
Dr Henrik Strahl von Schulten
The extremely halophilic archaeon Halobacterium salinarum R1 responds to potassium limitation by expression of the K+-transporting KdpFABC P-type ATPase and by a decrease in intracellular K+2008