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Browsing publications by Dr Yoshikazu Kawai.

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Dr David Roberts
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Characterization of the L-form switch in the Gram-negative pathogen Streptobacillus moniliformis2021
Dr Katarzyna Mickiewicz
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Lauren Drage
Frances Davison
Rob Pickard
et al.
Author Correction: Possible role of L-form switching in recurrent urinary tract infection (Nature Communications, (2019), 10, 1, (4379), 10.1038/s41467-019-12359-3)2019
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Dr Katarzyna Mickiewicz
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Crucial role for central carbon metabolism in the bacterial L-form switch and killing by β-lactam antibiotics2019
Dr Katarzyna Mickiewicz
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Lauren Drage
Frances Davison
Rob Pickard
et al.
Possible role of L-form switching in recurrent urinary tract infection2019
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Essential cellular modules for the proliferation of the primitive cell2018
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Dr Katarzyna Mickiewicz
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Lysozyme Counteracts β-Lactam Antibiotics by Promoting the Emergence of L-Form Bacteria2018
Dr Kaveh Emami
Dr Aurelie Guyet
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Jenileima Devi
Dr Ling Juan Wu
et al.
RodA as the missing glycosyltransferase in Bacillus subtilis and antibiotic discovery for the peptidoglycan polymerase pathway2017
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Dr Katarzyna Mickiewicz
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Dr Ling Juan Wu
L-form bacteria, chronic diseases and the origins of life2016
Dr Romain Mercier
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Wall proficient E-coli capable of sustained growth in the absence of the Z-ring division machine2016
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Dr Romain Mercier
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Dr Patricia Dominguez Cuevas
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
et al.
Cell Growth of Wall-Free L-Form Bacteria Is Limited by Oxidative Damage2015
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Dr Romain Mercier
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Bacterial Cell Morphogenesis Does Not Require a Preexisting Template Structure2014
Dr Romain Mercier
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
General principles for the formation and proliferation of a wall-free (L-form) state in bacteria2014
Dr Romain Mercier
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Excess Membrane Synthesis Drives a Primitive Mode of Cell Proliferation2013
Dr Patricia Dominguez Cuevas
Dr Romain Mercier
Dr Mark Leaver
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
et al.
The rod to L-form transition of Bacillus subtilis is limited by a requirement for the protoplast to escape from the cell wall sacculus2012
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Dr Jon Marles-Wright
Dr Robert Cleverley
Dr Robyn Emmins
Nadja Heinz
et al.
A widespread family of bacterial cell wall assembly proteins2011
Erkam Gundogdu
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Dr Nada Pavlendova
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Dr Leendert Hamoen
et al.
Large ring polymers align FtsZ polymers for normal septum formation2011
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Effects of oriC relocation on control of replication initiation in Bacillus subtilis2009
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Noc protein binds to specific DNA sequences to coordinate cell division with chromosome segregation2009
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Partial functional redundancy of MreB isoforms, MreB, Mbl and MreBH, in cell morphogenesis of Bacillus subtilis2009
Dr Richard Daniel
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
The actin-like MreB cytoskeleton organizes viral DNA replication in bacteria2009
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Distribution of stable DnaA-binding sites on the Bacillus subtilis genome detected using a modified ChIP-chip method2007