Anca Mara Segall
Anca Mara Segall
Professor of Biology, San Diego State University
Zweryfikowany adres z sdsu.edu
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Genomic analysis of uncultured marine viral communities
M Breitbart, P Salamon, B Andresen, JM Mahaffy, AM Segall, D Mead, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (22), 14250-14255, 2002
10522002
Development and use of personalized bacteriophage-based therapeutic cocktails to treat a patient with a disseminated resistant Acinetobacter baumannii infection
RT Schooley, B Biswas, JJ Gill, A Hernandez-Morales, J Lancaster, ...
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 61 (10), e00954-17, 2017
5652017
Coxsackievirus B exits the host cell in shed microvesicles displaying autophagosomal markers
SM Robinson, G Tsueng, J Sin, V Mangale, S Rahawi, LL McIntyre, ...
PLoS pathogens 10 (4), e1004045, 2014
2372014
The complete genomic sequence of the marine phage Roseophage SIO1 shares homology with nonmarine phages
F Rohwer, A Segall, G Steward, V Seguritan, M Breitbart, F Wolven, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 45 (2), 408-418, 2000
2192000
Architectural elements in nucleoprotein complexes: interchangeability of specific and non‐specific DNA binding proteins.
AM Segall, SD Goodman, HA Nash
The EMBO journal 13 (19), 4536-4548, 1994
1961994
Discovery of an expansive bacteriophage family that includes the most abundant viruses from the human gut
N Yutin, KS Makarova, AB Gussow, M Krupovic, A Segall, RA Edwards, ...
Nature microbiology 3 (1), 38-46, 2018
1572018
Marine phage genomics
JH Paul, MB Sullivan, AM Segall, F Rohwer
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular …, 2002
1452002
Characterization of a Marine Bacterium Associated with Crassostrea virginica (the Eastern Oyster)
RM Weiner, AM Segall, RR Colwell
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 49 (1), 83-90, 1985
1451985
Rearrangement of the bacterial chromosome: forbidden inversions
A Segall, MJ Mahan, JR Roth
Science 241 (4871), 1314-1318, 1988
1321988
In vitro selection of integration host factor binding sites
SD Goodman, NJ Velten, Q Gao, S Robinson, AM Segall
Journal of Bacteriology 181 (10), 3246-3255, 1999
851999
Artificial neural networks trained to detect viral and phage structural proteins
V Seguritan, N Alves Jr, M Arnoult, A Raymond, D Lorimer, AB Burgin Jr, ...
Public Library of Science 8 (8), e1002657, 2012
792012
Discovery of several thousand highly diverse circular DNA viruses
MJ Tisza, DV Pastrana, NL Welch, B Stewart, A Peretti, GJ Starrett, ...
Elife 9, e51971, 2020
692020
DNA repair, a novel antibacterial target: Holliday junction‐trapping peptides induce DNA damage and chromosome segregation defects
CW Gunderson, AM Segall
Molecular microbiology 59 (4), 1129-1148, 2006
682006
Minicells comprising membrane proteins
R Sabbadini, M Surber, N Berkley, A Segall, R Klepper
US Patent App. 10/157,305, 2003
682003
Genome Sequences of Two Closely Related Vibrio parahaemolyticus Phages, VP16T and VP16C
V Seguritan, IW Feng, F Rohwer, M Swift, AM Segall
Journal of bacteriology 185 (21), 6434-6447, 2003
672003
Synaptic intermediates in bacteriophage lambda site‐specific recombination: integrase can align pairs of attachment sites.
AM Segall, HA Nash
The EMBO journal 12 (12), 4567-4576, 1993
651993
Architectural flexibility in lambda site‐specific recombination: three alternate conformations channel the attL site into three distinct pathways
AM Segall, HA Nash
Genes to Cells 1 (5), 453-463, 1996
601996
Peptide inhibitors of DNA cleavage by tyrosine recombinases and topoisomerases
M Klemm, C Cheng, G Cassell, S Shuman, AM Segall
Journal of molecular biology 299 (5), 1203-1216, 2000
582000
Dissection of bacteriophage λ site-specific recombination using synthetic peptide combinatorial libraries
G Cassell, M Klemm, C Pinilla, A Segall
Journal of molecular biology 299 (5), 1193-1202, 2000
562000
Reversible inhibitors of λ integrase-mediated recombination efficiently trap Holliday junction intermediates and form the basis of a novel assay for junction resolution
JL Boldt, C Pinilla, AM Segall
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (5), 3472-3483, 2004
542004
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