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Dr Katharina Pazos Don Pedro
Professor Mike VanNieuwenhze
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Correction to: Z-ring membrane anchors associate with cell wall synthases to initiate bacterial cell division (Nature Communications, (2018), 9, 1, (5090), 10.1038/s41467-018-07559-2)2019
Dr Alexander Egan
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Professor Mike VanNieuwenhze
d-amino acid derivatives as in situ probes for visualizing bacterial peptidoglycan biosynthesis2019
Dr Manuel Pazos Don Pedro
Professor Mike VanNieuwenhze
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Optimized Protocol for the Incorporation of FDAA (HADA Labeling) for in situ Labeling of Peptidoglycan2019
Dr Katharina Pazos Don Pedro
Dr Manuel Pazos Don Pedro
Professor Mike VanNieuwenhze
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Copper inhibits peptidoglycan LD-transpeptidases suppressing β-lactam resistance due to by-pass of Penicillin-binding proteins2018
Dr Victor Hernandez-Rocamora
Dr Christian Otten
Professor Mike VanNieuwenhze
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Coupling of polymerase and carrier lipid phosphatase prevents product inhibition in peptidoglycan synthesis2018
Dr Katharina Pazos Don Pedro
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Professor Mike VanNieuwenhze
The cell wall hydrolase Pmp23 is important for assembly and stability of the division ring in Streptococcus pneumoniae2018
Dr Christian Otten
Dr Jacob Biboy
Professor Mike VanNieuwenhze
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
The fluorescent D-amino acid NADA as a tool to study the conditional activity of transpeptidases in Escherichia coli2018
Dr Manuel Pazos Don Pedro
Dr Katharina Pazos Don Pedro
Professor Mike VanNieuwenhze
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Z-ring membrane anchors associate with cell wall synthases to initiate bacterial cell division.2018
Dr Adeline Derouaux
Dr Joseph Gray
Dr Jacob Biboy
Professor Waldemar Vollmer
Professor Mike VanNieuwenhze
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Fluorescent D-amino-acids reveal bi-cellular cell wall modifications important for Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus predation.2017
Calum Jukes
Dr Seamus Holden
Professor Mike VanNieuwenhze
Treadmilling by FtsZ filaments drives peptidoglycan synthesis and bacterial cell division2017