Kürºad Turgay
Kürºad Turgay
Max Planck Unit for the Science of Pathogens; Professor for Microbiology Leibniz University Hannover
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Competence in Bacillus subtilis is controlled by regulated proteolysis of a transcription factor
K Turgay, J Hahn, J Burghoorn, D Dubnau
The EMBO journal 17 (22), 6730-6738, 1998
Four homologous domains in the primary structure of GrsB are related to domains in a superfamily of adenylate‐forming enzymes
K Turgay, M Krause, MA Marahiel
Molecular microbiology 6 (4), 529-546, 1992
AAA+ proteins and substrate recognition, it all depends on their partner in crime
DA Dougan, A Mogk, K Zeth, K Turgay, B Bukau
FEBS letters 529 (1), 6-10, 2002
Adapting the machine: adaptor proteins for Hsp100/Clp and AAA+ proteases
J Kirstein, N Molière, DA Dougan, K Turgay
Nature Reviews Microbiology 7 (8), 589-599, 2009
Biochemical characterization of a molecular switch involving the heat shock protein ClpC, which controls the activity of ComK, the competence transcription factor of Bacillus …
K Turgay, LW Hamoen, G Venema, D Dubnau
Genes & development 11 (1), 119, 1997
The antibiotic ADEP reprogrammes ClpP, switching it from a regulated to an uncontrolled protease
J Kirstein, A Hoffmann, H Lilie, R Schmidt, H Rübsamen‐Waigmann, ...
EMBO Molecular Medicine 1 (1), 37-49, 2009
MecA, an adaptor protein necessary for ClpC chaperone activity
T Schlothauer, A Mogk, DA Dougan, B Bukau, K Turgay
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (5), 2306, 2003
McsB is a protein arginine kinase that phosphorylates and inhibits the heat-shock regulator CtsR
J Fuhrmann, A Schmidt, S Spiess, A Lehner, K Turgay, K Mechtler, ...
Science 324 (5932), 1323, 2009
Adaptor protein controlled oligomerization activates the AAA+ protein ClpC
J Kirstein, T Schlothauer, DA Dougan, H Lilie, G Tischendorf, A Mogk, ...
The EMBO journal 25 (7), 1481-1491, 2006
Protein disaggregation by the AAA+ chaperone ClpB involves partial threading of looped polypeptide segments
T Haslberger, A Zdanowicz, I Brand, J Kirstein, K Turgay, A Mogk, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 15 (6), 641, 2008
A tyrosine kinase and its activator control the activity of the CtsR heat shock repressor in B. subtilis
J Kirstein, D Zühlke, U Gerth, K Turgay, M Hecker
The EMBO journal 24 (19), 3435-3445, 2005
Global impact of protein arginine phosphorylation on the physiology of Bacillus subtilis
AKW Elsholz, K Turgay, S Michalik, B Hessling, K Gronau, D Oertel, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (19), 7451-7456, 2012
A general approach for identifying and cloning peptide synthetase genes.
K Turgay, MA Marahiel
Peptide research 7 (5), 238-241, 1994
The tyrosine kinase McsB is a regulated adaptor protein for ClpCP
J Kirstein, DA Dougan, U Gerth, K Michael Hecker
The EMBO Journal 26 (8), 2061-2070, 2007
The N‐and C‐terminal domains of MecA recognize different partners in the competence molecular switch
M Persuh, K Turgay, I Mandic‐Mulec, D Dubnau
Molecular microbiology 33 (4), 886-894, 1999
Physical identification of a chromosomal locus encoding biosynthetic genes for the lipopeptide calcium-dependent antibiotic (CDA) of Streptomyces coelicolor A3 (2)
PP Chong, SM Podmore, HM Kieser, M Redenbach, K Turgay, ...
Microbiology 144 (1), 193-199, 1998
Localization of general and regulatory proteolysis in Bacillus subtilis cells
J Kirstein, H Strahl, N Molière, LW Hamoen, K Turgay
Molecular microbiology 70 (3), 682-694, 2008
Cyanobacterial ClpC/HSP100 protein displays intrinsic chaperone activity
FI Andersson, R Blakytny, J Kirstein, K Turgay, B Bukau, A Mogk, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 281 (9), 5468-5475, 2006
Broad yet high substrate specificity: the challenge of AAA+ proteins
A Mogk, D Dougan, J Weibezahn, C Schlieker, K Turgay, B Bukau
Journal of structural biology 146 (1-2), 90-98, 2004
A new tyrosine phosphorylation mechanism involved in signal transduction in Bacillus subtilis
JKK Turgay
J Mol Microbiol Biotechnol 9, 182-188, 2005
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