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High-resolution mapping of the spatial organization of a bacterial chromosome.

Le TBK, Imakaev MV, Mirny LA, Laub MT.  2013.  High-resolution mapping of the spatial organization of a bacterial chromosome. Science. 342(6159):731-4. Google Scholar PubMed

Towards a whole-cell modeling approach for synthetic biology.

Purcell O, Jain B, Karr JR, Covert MW, Lu TK.  2013.  Towards a whole-cell modeling approach for synthetic biology. Chaos. 23(2):025112. Google Scholar PubMed

Regulated proteolysis of a transcription factor complex is critical to cell cycle progression in Caulobacter crescentus.

Gora KG, Cantin A, Wohlever M, Joshi KK, Perchuk BS, Chien P, Laub MT.  2013.  Regulated proteolysis of a transcription factor complex is critical to cell cycle progression in Caulobacter crescentus. Mol Microbiol. 87(6):1277-89. Google Scholar PubMed

Regulatory cohesion of cell cycle and cell differentiation through interlinked phosphorylation and second messenger networks.

Abel S, Chien P, Wassmann P, Schirmer T, Kaever V, Laub MT, Baker TA, Jenal U.  2011.  Regulatory cohesion of cell cycle and cell differentiation through interlinked phosphorylation and second messenger networks. Mol Cell. 43(4):550-60. Google Scholar PubMed

Modularity of the bacterial cell cycle enables independent spatial and temporal control of DNA replication.

Jonas K, Y Chen E, Laub MT.  2011.  Modularity of the bacterial cell cycle enables independent spatial and temporal control of DNA replication. Curr Biol. 21(13):1092-101. Google Scholar PubMed

A dynamic complex of signaling proteins uses polar localization to regulate cell-fate asymmetry in Caulobacter crescentus.

Tsokos CG, Perchuk BS, Laub MT.  2011.  A dynamic complex of signaling proteins uses polar localization to regulate cell-fate asymmetry in Caulobacter crescentus. Dev Cell. 20(3):329-41. Google Scholar PubMed

Regulation of the bacterial cell cycle by an integrated genetic circuit.

Biondi EG, Reisinger SJ, Skerker JM, Arif M, Perchuk BS, Ryan KR, Laub MT.  2006.  Regulation of the bacterial cell cycle by an integrated genetic circuit. Nature. 444(7121):899-904. Google Scholar PubMed