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Dr Simone Pelliciari
Professor Heath Murray
Dr Stephan Gruber
Dr Jan-Willem Veening
CcrZ is a pneumococcal spatiotemporal cell cycle regulator that interacts with FtsZ and controls DNA replication by modulating the activity of DnaA2021
Dr Simone Pelliciari
Professor Heath Murray
Evidence for a chromosome origin unwinding system broadly conserved in bacteria2021
Dr Hannah Gaimster
Dr Charles Winterhalter
Dr Alan Koh
Professor Heath Murray
Visualising the replisome, chromosome breaks, and replication restart in Bacillus subtilis.2021
Dr Charles Winterhalter
Professor Heath Murray
DNA replication initiation in Bacillus subtilis: structural and functional characterization of the essential DnaA-DnaD interaction2019
Dr Tom Richardson
Daniel Stevens
Dr Simone Pelliciari
Omar Harran
Theodor Sperlea
et al.
Identification of a basal system for unwinding a bacterial chromosome origin2019
Dr Arnaud Basle
Dr Lorraine Hewitt
Dr Alan Koh
Dr Heather Lamb
Paul Thompson
et al.
Crystal structure of NucB, a biofilm-degrading endonuclease2018
Professor Heath Murray
Dr Tom Richardson
Replication of the Bacillus subtilis Chromosome2017
Dr Alan Cartmell
Dr Elisabeth Lowe
Dr Arnaud Basle
Dr Susan Firbank
Dr Didier Ndeh
et al.
How members of the human gut microbiota overcome the sulfation problem posed by glycosaminoglycans2017
Dr Alan Koh
Professor Heath Murray
The structural basis for dynamic DNA binding and bridging interactions which condense the bacterial centromere2017
Professor Heath Murray
Bacterial partition complexes segregate within the volume of the nucleoid2016
Professor Heath Murray
Connecting chromosome replication with cell growth in bacteria2016
Professor Heath Murray
Orderly replication and segregation of the four replicons of Burkholderia cenocepacia J23152016
Dr Alan Koh
Professor Heath Murray
Probing chromosome dynamics in Bacillus subtilis2016
Dr Tom Richardson
Omar Harran
Professor Heath Murray
The bacterial DnaA-trio replication origin element specifies ssDNA initiator binding2016
Dr Alan Koh
Professor Heath Murray
Condensin- and replication-mediated bacterial chromosome folding and origin condensation revealed by Hi-C and super-resolution imaging2015
Professor Heath Murray
Dr Alan Koh
Multiple Regulatory Systems Coordinate DNA Replication with Cell Growth in Bacillus subtilis2014
Dr Nadia Rostami
Professor Heath Murray
Structure and interactions of the Bacillus subtilis sporulation inhibitor of DNA replication, SirA, with domain I of DnaA2014
Dr Alan Koh
Professor Heath Murray
The organization and architecture of Bacillus subtilis chromosome revealed by super-resolution microscopy and HiC2014
Graham Scholefield
Professor Heath Murray
Spo0A regulates chromosome copy number during sporulation by directly binding to the origin of replication in Bacillus subtilis2013
Graham Scholefield
Professor Heath Murray
YabA and DnaD inhibit helix assembly of the DNA replication initiation protein DnaA2013
Graham Scholefield
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Professor Heath Murray
Soj/ParA stalls DNA replication by inhibiting helix formation of the initiator protein DnaA2012
Graham Scholefield
Dr Jan-Willem Veening
Professor Heath Murray
DnaA and ORC: more than DNA replication initiators2011
Graham Scholefield
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Professor Heath Murray
Spo0J regulates the oligomeric state of Soj to trigger its switch from an activator to an inhibitor of DNA replication initiation2011
Professor Heath Murray
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
In vivo localizations of membrane stress controllers Escherichia coli2009
Dr Jan-Willem Veening
Professor Heath Murray
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
A mechanism for cell cycle regulation of sporulation initiation in Bacillus subtilis2009
Professor Heath Murray
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Dynamic Control of the DNA Replication Initiation Protein DnaA by Soj/ParA2008
Professor Heath Murray
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
The bacterial chromosome segregation protein Spo0J spreads along DNA from parS nucleation sites2006
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Professor Heath Murray
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Diversity and redundancy in bacterial chromosome segregation mechanisms2005
Professor Heath Murray
Unique roles of the rrn P2 rRNA promoters in Escherichia coli2004
Professor Heath Murray
A role for mechanosensitive channels in survival of stationary phase: Regulation of channel expression by RpoS2003
Professor Heath Murray
Control of rRNA Expression by Small Molecules Is Dynamic and Nonredundant2003
Professor Heath Murray
Measuring control of transcription initiation by changing concentrations of nucleotides and their derivatives2003
Professor Heath Murray
Regulation of the Escherichia coli rrnB P2 promoter2003