Martin Buck
Martin Buck
Professor of Molecular Microbiology , Imperial College London
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The Bacterial Enhancer-Dependent ς54N) Transcription Factor
M Buck, MT Gallegos, DJ Studholme, Y Guo, JD Gralla
Journal of bacteriology 182 (15), 4129-4136, 2000
Engineering modular and orthogonal genetic logic gates for robust digital-like synthetic biology
B Wang, RI Kitney, N Joly, M Buck
Nature communications 2 (1), 508, 2011
Upstream activator sequences are present in the promoters of nitrogen fixation genes
M Buck, S Miller, M Drummond, R Dixon
Nature 320 (6060), 374-378, 1986
In vivo studies on the interaction of RNA polymerase-σ54 with the Klebsiella pneumoniae and Rhizobium meliloti nifH promoters: the role of NIFA in the formation of an open …
E Morett, M Buck
Journal of molecular biology 210 (1), 65-77, 1989
Managing membrane stress: the phage shock protein (Psp) response, from molecular mechanisms to physiology
N Joly, C Engl, G Jovanovic, M Huvet, T Toni, X Sheng, MPH Stumpf, ...
FEMS microbiology reviews 34 (5), 797-827, 2010
A modular cell-based biosensor using engineered genetic logic circuits to detect and integrate multiple environmental signals
B Wang, M Barahona, M Buck
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 40 (1), 368-376, 2013
Specific binding of the transcription factor sigma-54 to promoter DNA
M Buck, W Cannon
Nature 358 (6385), 422-422, 1992
Mechanochemical ATPases and transcriptional activation
X Zhang, M Chaney, SR Wigneshweraraj, J Schumacher, P Bordes, ...
Molecular microbiology 45 (4), 895-903, 2002
Nitrogen stress response and stringent response are coupled in Escherichia coli
DR Brown, G Barton, Z Pan, M Buck, S Wigneshweraraj
Nature communications 5 (1), 4115, 2014
Structural insights into the activity of enhancer-binding proteins
M Rappas, J Schumacher, F Beuron, H Niwa, P Bordes, ...
Science 307 (5717), 1972-1975, 2005
Complete analysis of tRNA-modified nucleosides by high-performance liquid chromatography: the 29 modified nucleosides of Salmonella typhimurium and Escherichia coli tRNA
M Buck, M Connick, BN Ames
Analytical biochemistry 129 (1), 1-13, 1983
Modus operandi of the bacterial RNA polymerase containing the σ54 promoter‐specificity factor
S Wigneshweraraj, D Bose, PC Burrows, N Joly, J Schumacher, ...
Molecular microbiology 68 (3), 538-546, 2008
The biology of enhancer-dependent transcriptional regulation in bacteria: insights from genome sequences
DJ Studholme, M Buck
FEMS microbiology letters 186 (1), 1-9, 2000
NifA-dependent in vivo protection demonstrates that the upstream activator sequence of nif promoters is a protein binding site.
E Morett, M Buck
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 85 (24), 9401-9405, 1988
Induction and function of the phage shock protein extracytoplasmic stress response in Escherichia coli
G Jovanovic, LJ Lloyd, MPH Stumpf, AJ Mayhew, M Buck
Journal of Biological Chemistry 281 (30), 21147-21161, 2006
A modified nucleotide in tRNA as a possible regulator of aerobiosis: synthesis of cis-2-methyl-thioribosylzeatin in the tRNA of Salmonella
M Buck, BN Ames
Cell 36 (2), 523-531, 1984
Binding of transcriptional activators to sigma 54 in the presence of the transition state analog ADP–aluminum fluoride: insights into activator mechanochemical action
M Chaney, R Grande, SR Wigneshweraraj, W Cannon, P Casaz, ...
Genes & development 15 (17), 2282-2294, 2001
Mechanism of action of the Escherichia coli phage shock protein PspA in repression of the AAA family transcription factor PspF
S Elderkin, S Jones, J Schumacher, D Studholme, M Buck
Journal of molecular biology 320 (1), 23-37, 2002
Structures and organisation of AAA+ enhancer binding proteins in transcriptional activation
J Schumacher, N Joly, M Rappas, X Zhang, M Buck
Journal of structural biology 156 (1), 190-199, 2006
Engineering modular and tunable genetic amplifiers for scaling transcriptional signals in cascaded gene networks
B Wang, M Barahona, M Buck
Nucleic acids research 42 (14), 9484-9492, 2014
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