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Publications depuis 2015

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2016 [Top] 2
17.  CRISPR-mediated control of the bacterial initiation of replication.   
Wiktor J, Lesterlin C, Sherratt DJ, Dekker C
(2016) Nucleic Acids Res 44 : 3801-10

16.  Role of eukaryotic-like serine/threonine kinases in bacterial cell division and morphogenesis.   
Manuse S, Fleurie A, Zucchini L, Lesterlin C, Grangeasse C
(2016) FEMS Microbiol Rev 40 : 41-56

2015 [Top] 3
15.  Mapping mid-cell: MapZ shows the way.   
Grangeasse C, Lesterlin C
(2015) Cell Cycle 14 : 937-8

14.  Live-cell superresolution microscopy reveals the organization of RNA polymerase in the bacterial nucleoid.   
Stracy M, Lesterlin C, Garza De Leon F, Uphoff S, Zawadzki P, Kapanidis AN
(2015) Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 112 : E4390-9

13.  The Localization and Action of Topoisomerase IV in Escherichia coli Chromosome Segregation Is Coordinated by the SMC Complex, MukBEF.   
Zawadzki P, Stracy M, Ginda K, Zawadzka K, Lesterlin C, Kapanidis AN, Sherratt DJ
(2015) Cell Rep 13 : 2587-96

2014 [Top] 2
12.  RecA bundles mediate homology pairing between distant sisters during DNA break repair.   
Lesterlin C, Ball G, Schermelleh L, Sherratt DJ
(2014) Nature 506 : 249-53

11.  MapZ marks the division sites and positions FtsZ rings in Streptococcus pneumoniae.   
Fleurie A, Lesterlin C, Manuse S, Zhao C, Cluzel C, Lavergne JP, Franz-Wachtel M, Macek B, Combet C, Kuru E, VanNieuwenhze MS, Brun YV, Sherratt D, Grangeasse C
(2014) Nature 516 : 259-62

2012 [Top] 2
10.  The Escherichia coli SMC complex, MukBEF, shapes nucleoid organization independently of DNA replication.   
Badrinarayanan A, Lesterlin C, Reyes-Lamothe R, Sherratt D
(2012) J Bacteriol 194 : 4669-76

9.  Sister chromatid interactions in bacteria revealed by a site-specific recombination assay.   
Lesterlin C, Gigant E, Boccard F, Espeli O
(2012) EMBO J 31 : 3468-79

2011 [Top] 3
8.  Activation of XerCD-dif recombination by the FtsK DNA translocase.   
Grainge I, Lesterlin C, Sherratt DJ
(2011) Nucleic Acids Res 39 : 5140-8

7.  Replication and segregation of an Escherichia coli chromosome with two replication origins.   
Wang X, Lesterlin C, Reyes-Lamothe R, Ball G, Sherratt DJ
(2011) Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 108 : E243-50

6.  A defined terminal region of the E. coli chromosome shows late segregation and high FtsK activity.   
Deghorain M, Pages C, Meile JC, Stouf M, Capiaux H, Mercier R, Lesterlin C, Hallet B, Cornet F
(2011) PLoS One 6 : e22164-e22164

2008 [Top] 1
5.  Asymmetry of chromosome Replichores renders the DNA translocase activity of FtsK essential for cell division and cell shape maintenance in Escherichia coli.   
Lesterlin C, Pages C, Dubarry N, Dasgupta S, Cornet F
(2008) PLoS Genet 4 : e1000288-e1000288

2005 [Top] 2
4.  Roles for replichores and macrodomains in segregation of the Escherichia coli chromosome.   
Lesterlin C, Mercier R, Boccard F, Barre FX, Cornet F
(2005) EMBO Rep 6 : 557-62

3.  KOPS: DNA motifs that control E. coli chromosome segregation by orienting the FtsK translocase.   
Bigot S, Saleh OA, Lesterlin C, Pages C, El Karoui M, Dennis C, Grigoriev M, Allemand JF, Barre FX, Cornet F
(2005) EMBO J 24 : 3770-80

2004 [Top] 1
2.  Genetic recombination and the cell cycle: what we have learned from chromosome dimers.   
Lesterlin C, Barre FX, Cornet F
(2004) Mol Microbiol 54 : 1151-60

2002 [Top] 1
1.  A dual role for the FtsK protein in Escherichia coli chromosome segregation.   
Capiaux H, Lesterlin C, Perals K, Louarn JM, Cornet F
(2002) EMBO Rep 3 : 532-6