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Treadmilling by FtsZ filaments drives peptidoglycan synthesis and bacterial cell division
AW Bisson-Filho, YP Hsu, GR Squyres, E Kuru, F Wu, C Jukes, Y Sun, ...
Science 355 (6326), 739-743, 2017
3392017
Pathogenic Chlamydia Lack a Classical Sacculus but Synthesize a Narrow, Mid-cell Peptidoglycan Ring, Regulated by MreB, for Cell Division
G Liechti, E Kuru, M Packiam, YP Hsu, S Tekkam, E Hall, JT Rittichier, ...
PLoS pathogens 12 (5), e1005590, 2016
642016
Full color palette of fluorescent d-amino acids for in situ labeling of bacterial cell walls
YP Hsu, J Rittichier, E Kuru, J Yablonowski, E Pasciak, S Tekkam, E Hall, ...
Chemical science 8 (9), 6313-6321, 2017
402017
Imaging bacterial cell wall biosynthesis
AD Radkov, YP Hsu, G Booher, MS VanNieuwenhze
Annual review of biochemistry 87, 991-1014, 2018
372018
Evolution-guided discovery of antibiotics that inhibit peptidoglycan remodelling
EJ Culp, N Waglechner, W Wang, AA Fiebig-Comyn, YP Hsu, K Koteva, ...
Nature 578 (7796), 582-587, 2020
322020
An Acinetobacter baumannii, zinc-regulated peptidase maintains cell wall integrity during immune-mediated nutrient sequestration
ZR Lonergan, BL Nairn, J Wang, YP Hsu, LE Hesse, WN Beavers, ...
Cell reports 26 (8), 2009-2018. e6, 2019
252019
Fluorogenic D-amino acids enable real-time monitoring of peptidoglycan biosynthesis and high-throughput transpeptidation assays
YP Hsu, E Hall, G Booher, B Murphy, AD Radkov, J Yablonowski, ...
Nature chemistry 11 (4), 335-341, 2019
202019
d-Amino Acid Derivatives as in Situ Probes for Visualizing Bacterial Peptidoglycan Biosynthesis
YP Hsu, G Booher, A Egan, W Vollmer, MS VanNieuwenhze
Accounts of chemical research 52 (9), 2713-2722, 2019
142019
Methods for visualization of peptidoglycan biosynthesis
YP Hsu, X Meng, MS VanNieuwenhze
Methods in Microbiology 43, 3-48, 2016
102016
Gold/Phospholipid nanoconstructs as label-free optical probes for evaluating phospholipase A2 activity
SH Chen, YP Hsu, HY Lu, JA Ho
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 52, 202-208, 2014
102014
522 VanNieuwenhze M, Brun YV, Maurelli AT. 2016. Pathogenic Chlamydia lack a 523 classical sacculus but synthesize a narrow, mid-cell peptidoglycan ring, regulated by 524 MreB …
G Liechti, E Kuru, M Packiam, YP Hsu, S Tekkam, E Hall, JT Rittichier
PLoS Pathog 12, e1005590, 0
5
451 Holden S, VanNieuwenhze MS, Brun YV, Garner EC. 2017. Treadmilling by FtsZ 452 filaments drives peptidoglycan synthesis and bacterial cell division
AW Bisson-Filho, YP Hsu, GR Squyres, E Kuru, F Wu, C Jukes, Y Sun, ...
Science 355, 739-453, 0
5
Supporting Information to
PF Chen, CL Li, SC Kang, M Rupakheti, AK Panday, FP Yan, QL Li, ...
3
Synthesis of 9-Dechlorochrysophaentin A Enables Studies Revealing Bacterial Cell Wall Biosynthesis Inhibition Phenotype in B. subtilis
CR Fullenkamp, YP Hsu, EM Quardokus, G Zhao, CA Bewley, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 142 (38), 16161-16166, 2020
2020
Treadmilling by FtsZ filaments drives pepticloglyean synthesis and bacterial cell division (vol 367, eaba6311, 2020)
AW Bisson, YP Hsu, GR Squyres, E Kuru, F Wu, C Jukes, Y Sun, ...
Science 367 (6475), 2020
2020
Treadmilling by FtsZ filaments drives peptidoglycan synthesis and bacterial cell division (vol 367, eaba6311, 2020)
AW Bisson-Filho, YP Hsu, GR Squyres, E Kuru, FB Wu, C Jukes, YJ Sun, ...
Science 367 (6480), 863-863, 2020
2020
Synthesis of fluorogenic trehalose and trehalose monomycolate analogues for the detection of mycobacteria
D Gepford, B Swarts, N Banahene, J Groenevelt, YP Hsu, ...
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 258, 2019
2019
FtsZ dynamics and the distribution of cell wall synthesis in bacterial cytokinesis.
GR Squyres, A Bisson, Y Hsu, E Kuru, M Van Nieuwenhze, Y Brun, ...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 27, 2016
2016
Along for the ride: directional motion of FtsZ filaments controls cytokinesis in B. subtilis.
A Bisson, GR Squyres, Y Hsu, E Kuru, M Van Nieuwenhze, Y Brun, ...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 27, 2016
2016
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