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Publications

  • Lovett, S. and A. Segall. 2004. New views of the bacterial chromosome. EMBO Reports 5: 860-864.

  • Boldt, J., C. Pinilla and A. Segall. 2004. Reversible inhibitors of Int-mediated recombination trap Holliday junction intermediates and form the basis of a novel assay for junction resolution. Journal of Biological Chemistry 279: 3472-3483.

  • Garcia-Russell, N., R. Matthewson, T. Le, N. Amaladas, T. Harmon and A. Segall. 2004. Unequal access of chromosomal regions to each other in Salmonella enterica: Use of phage? integrase-catalyzed long-range rearrangements as a probe of chromosomal packaging. Molecular Microbiology 52: 329-344.

  • Bolla, M., E. Azevedo, J. Smith, R. Taylor, D. Ranjit, A. Segall and S. McAlpine. 2003. Novel antibiotics: macrocyclic peptides designed to trap the Holliday junction. Organic Letters 5: 109-112.

  • Cassell, G. and A. Segall. 2003. Mechanism of inhibition of site-specific recombination by the Holliday junction-trapping peptide WKHYNY: insights into phage lambda Integrase-mediated strand exchange. Journal of Molecular Biology 327: 413-429.

  • Bankhead, T., B. Etzel, F. Wolven, S. Bordenave, J. Boldt, T. Larsen and A. Segall. 2003. Mutations at residues 282, 286, and 293 of phage lambda Integrase exert pathway-specific effects on synapsis and catalysis in recombination. Journal of Bacteriology 185: 2653-2666.

  • Seguritan, V., I. Feng, M. Swift, F. Rohwer and A. Segall. 2003. Genome sequences of two closely related Vibrio parahaemolyticus phages, VP16T and VP16C. Journal of Bacteriology 185: 6434-6447.

  • Breitbart, M., P. Salamon, B. Andresen, J. Mahaffy, A. Segall, D. Mead, F. Azam and F. Rohwer. 2002. Genomic analysis of an uncultured viral community. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 99: 14250-14255.

  • Seguritan, V., D. Choi, F. Rohwer, A. Segall and F. Azam. 2001. Production of randomly amplified shotgun libraries for sequencing. BioTechniques 31: 104-118.

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