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Dr Ling Juan Wu
Conjugation Operons in Gram-Positive Bacteria with and without Antitermination Systems2022
Dr Ling Juan Wu
A conserved class ii type thioester domain-containing adhesin is required for efficient conjugation in bacillus subtilis2021
Dr Ling Juan Wu
A novel bipartite antitermination system widespread in conjugative elements of Gram-positive bacteria2021
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Dr Richard Daniel
A novel mechanism of inhibiting in-stent restenosis with arsenic trioxide drug-eluting stent: Enhancing contractile phenotype of vascular smooth muscle cells via YAP pathway2021
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Dr Richard Daniel
Corrigendum to “A novel mechanism of inhibiting in-stent restenosis with arsenic trioxide drug-eluting stent: Enhancing contractile phenotype of vascular smooth muscle cells via YAP pathway” [Bioact. Mater. 6 2 (February 2021) 375–385] (Bioactive Materials (2021) 6(2) (375–385), (S2452199X20301912), (10.1016/j.bioactmat.2020.08.018))2021
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
CTP regulates membrane-binding activity of the nucleoid occlusion protein Noc2021
Dr Kaveh Emami
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
A Small Molecule Inhibitor of CTP Synthetase Identified by Differential Activity on a Bacillus subtilis Mutant Deficient in Class A Penicillin-Binding Proteins2020
Clare Willis
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Cohesion of sister chromosome termini during the early stages of sporulation in Bacillus subtilis2020
Dr Richard Daniel
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Downregulation of G3BP2 reduces atherosclerotic lesions in ApoE–/– mice2020
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Dr Seoungjun Lee
Sungshic Park
Dr Lucy Eland
Professor Anil Wipat
et al.
Geometric principles underlying the proliferation of a model cell system2020
Dr Seoungjun Lee
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Microfluidic time-lapse analysis and reevaluation of the Bacillus subtilis cell cycle2019
Praveen Singh
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Surface exclusion revisited: Function Related to Differential Expression of the Surface Exclusion System of Bacillus subtilis Plasmid pLS202019
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Novel regulatory mechanism of establishment genes of conjugative plasmids2018
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Cell cycle machinery in Bacillus subtilis2017
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Development of SimCells as a novel chassis for functional biosensors2017
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Discovery of a new family of relaxases in Firmicutes bacteria2017
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
Dr Ling Juan Wu
The Bacillus subtilis conjugative plasmid pLS20 encodes two ribbon-helix-helix type auxiliary relaxosome proteins that are essential for conjugation2017
Dr David Adams
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
A benzamide-dependent ftsZ mutant reveals residues crucial for Z-ring assembly2016
Dr Tomas Kloosterman
Rok Lenarcic
Clare Willis
Dr David Roberts
Dr Leendert Hamoen
et al.
Complex polar machinery required for proper chromosome segregation in vegetative and sporulating cells of Bacillus subtilis2016
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 Lucy Eland
Professor Anil Wipat
Dr Seoungjun Lee
Sungshic Park
Dr Ling Juan Wu
et al.
Microfluidics for bacterial imaging2016
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 David Adams
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Nucleoid occlusion protein Noc recruits DNA to the bacterial cell membrane2015
Dr Ling Juan Wu
A Complex Genetic Switch Involving Overlapping Divergent Promoters and DNA Looping Regulates Expression of Conjugation Genes of a Gram-positive Plasmid2014
Dr David Adams
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Cell cycle regulation by the bacterial nucleoid2014
Praveen Singh
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Mobility of the Native Bacillus subtilis Conjugative Plasmid pLS20 Is Regulated by Intercellular Signaling2013
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Inhibition of Bacillus subtilis natural competence by a native, conjugative plasmid-encoded comK repressor protein2012
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Nucleoid occlusion and bacterial cell division2012
Dr David Adams
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Multiple effects of benzamide antibiotics on FtsZ function2011
Alice Eberhardt
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Dr Jan-Willem Veening
et al.
Cellular localization of choline-utilization proteins in Streptococcus pneumoniae using novel fluorescent reporter systems2009
Dr Ling Juan Wu
It takes two DNA translocases to untangle chromosomes from the division septum2009
Rok Lenarcic
Dr Sven Halbedel
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Dr Leendert Hamoen
et al.
Localisation of DivIVA by targeting to negatively curved membranes2009
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 Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Cell biology: DNA versus membrane2008
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Systematic localisation of proteins fused to the green fluorescent protein in Bacillus subtilis: identification of new proteins at the DNA replication factory2006
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Professor Heath Murray
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Diversity and redundancy in bacterial chromosome segregation mechanisms2005
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Coordination of Cell Division and Chromosome Segregation by a Nucleoid Occlusion Protein in Bacillus subtilis2004
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Structure and segregation of the bacterial nucleoid2004
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
RacA and the Soj-Spo0J system combine to effect polar chromosome segregation in sporulating Bacillus subtilis2003
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
A large dispersed chromosomal region required for chromosome segregation in sporulating cells of Bacillus subtilis2002
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
An expanded view of bacterial DNA replication2002
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Bacterial DNA transport2001
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Identification and characterization of a new prespore-specific regulatory gene, rsfA, of Bacillus subtilis2000
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Role of Bacillus subtilis SpoIIIE in DNA transport across the mother cell-prespore division septum2000
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Establisment of prespore-specific gene expression in Bacillus subtilis: localisation of SpoIIE phosphatase and initiation of compartment-specific proteolysis1998
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Prespore-specific gene expression in Bacillus subtilis is driven by sequestration of SpoIIE phosphatase to the prespore side of the asymmetric septum1998
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Dr Richard Daniel
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Regulation of prespore-specific transcription during sporulation in Bacillus subtilis1998
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Use of asymmetric cell division and spoIIIE mutants to probe chromosome orientation and organization in Bacillus subtilis1998
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Septal localization of the SpoIIIE chromosome partitioning protein in Bacillus subtilis1997
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
A conjugation-like mechanism for prespore chromosome partitioning during sporulation in Bacillus subtilis1995
Dr Ling Juan Wu
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Bacillus subtilis SpoIIIE protein required for DNA segregation during asymmetric cell division1994