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49. Whole Ribosome NMR: Dipolar Couplings and Contributions to Whole Cells. Nygaard R, Romaniuk JAH, Rice DM, Cegelski L*. Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2017) In press.

48. Pseudomonas Phage Inhibition of Candida albicans. Nazik H, Joubert LM, Secor PR, Sweere JM, Bollyky PL, Sass G, Cegelski L, Stevens DA*. Microbiology (2017) In press.

47. Mechanochemical unzipping of insulating polyladderene to semiconducting polyacetylene Chen Z, Mercer JAM, Zhu X, Romaniuk JAH, Pfattner R, Cegelski L, Martinez TJ*, Burns NZ*, Xia Y*. Science (2017) 357, 475–479. Link

46. Disentangling Nanonets: Human a-Defensin 6 Targets Candida albicans Virulence. Cegelski L. Biochemistry (2017) DOI: 10.1021/acs.biochem.7b00062. Link

45. Visualization of Aspergillus fumigatus Biofilms with Scanning Electron Microscopy and Variable Pressure-Scanning Electron Microscopy: a Comparison of Processing Techniques. Joubert L, Ferreira JAG, Stevens DA, Nazik H, McDonald KL, Cegelski L. Journal of Microbiological Methods (2017) 132, 46-55. Link

44. Influence of the Amyloid Dye Congo Red on Curli, Cellulose, and the Extracellular Matrix in E. coli during Growth and Matrix Purification. Reichhardt C, McCrate OA, Zhou X, Lee J, Thongsomboon W, Cegelski L. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (2016) 408, 7709-7717. Link

43. Fungal Biofilm Composition and Opportunities in Drug Discovery. Reichhardt C, Stevens DA, Cegelski L. Future Medicinal Chemistry (2016) 8, 1455-1468. Link

42. Mechanical Behavior of a Bacillus subtilis Pellicle. Hollenbeck E, Douarche C, Allain J, Roger P, Regeard C, Cegelski L, Fuller GG, Respaud E. Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2016) 120, 6080-6088. Link

41. Congo Red Interactions with Curli-Producing E. coli and Native Curli Amyloid Fibers. Reichhardt C, Jacobson AN, Maher MC, Uang J, McCrate OA, Eckart M, Cegelski L. PLoS One (2015) 10, e0140388. Link

40. Frequency-Selective REDOR and Spin-Diffusion Relays in Uniformly Labeled Whole Cells. Rice DM, Romaniuk JAH, Cegelski L. Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (2015) 72, 132-139. Link

39. Cell-Based High-Throughput Screening Identifies Rifapentine as an Inhibitor of Amyloid and Biofilm Formation in E. coli. Maher MC, Lim JY, Gunawan C, Cegelski L. ACS Infectious Diseases (Oct 2015) In press.
Link   -  Cover image

38. Bacterial Cell Wall Composition and the Influence of Antibiotics by Cell-Wall and Whole-Cell NMR. Romaniuk JAH and Cegelski L. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (2015) 370, 20150024.

37. Cyclic-di-GMP Regulates Motile to Sessile Transition by Modulating MshA Pili Biogenesis and Near-Surface Motility Behavior in Vibrio cholerae. Jones C, Utada A, Davis KR, Thongsomboon W, Sanchez DZ, Banakar V, Cegelski L, Wong GCL, Yildiz FH. PLoS Pathogens (2015) 11, e1005068. Link

36. Analysis of the Aspergillus fumigatus Biofilm Extracellular Matrix by Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy. Reichhardt C, Ferreira JAG, Joubert L, Clemons KV, Stevens DA, Cegelski L. Eukaryotic Cell (2015) 14, 1064-1072. Link   -   Cover image

35. Spectral Snapshots of Bacterial Cell-Wall Composition and the Influence of Antibiotics by Whole-Cell NMR. Nygaard R, Romaniuk JAH, Rice DM, Cegelski L. Biophysical Journal (2015) 108, 1380-1389.
Link    -    Selected as a "New and Notable!" - Highlight (by D. Weliky).

34. Bottom-Up and Top-Down Solid-State NMR Approaches for Bacterial Biofilm Matrix Composition. Cegelski L. Journal of Magnetic Resonance (2015) 253, 91-97. Link

33. Toward a Biorelevant Structure of Protein Kinase C Bound Modulators: Design, Synthesis, and Evaluation of Labeled Bryostatin Analogues for Analysis with Rotational Echo Double Resonance NMR Spectroscopy. Loy B, Lesser A, Staveness D, Billingsley K, Cegelski L, Wender P. JACS (2015) 137, 3678-3685. Link

32. Characterization of the Vibrio cholerae Extracellular Matrix: A Top-Down Solid-State NMR Approach. Reichhardt C, Fong JCN, Yildiz FH, Cegelski L. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (2015) 1848, 378-383. Link

31. NMR Spectroscopy for Atomistic Views of Biomembranes and Cell Surfaces. Cegelski L and Weliky DP. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (2015) 1848, 201-202. Special Issue Editorial. Link

30. Molecular Determinants of Mechanical Properties of V. cholerae Biofilms at the Air-Liquid Interface. Hollenbeck E, Fong JCN, Lim JY, Yildiz FH, Fuller GG, Cegelski L. From the cover. Biophysical Journal (2014) 107, 2245-2252. Link   -  Cover image

29. Putative Hydrogen Bond to Tyrosine M208 in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers from Rhodobacter capsulatus Significantly Slows Primary Charge Separation. Saggu M, Carter B, Zhou X, Faries K, Cegelski L, Holten D, Boxer SG, Kirmaier C. Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2014) 118, 6721-6732. Link

28. Solid-State NMR for Bacterial Biofilms. Reichhardt C and Cegelski L. From the cover. Molecular Physics (2014) 112, 887-894. Link   -   Cegelski Author Profile   -   Cover image

27. Community Behavior and Amyloid-associated Phenotypes among a Panel of Uropathogenic E. coli. Lim JY, Pinkner JS, Cegelski L. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (2014) 443, 345-350.

26. REDOR NMR for Drug Discovery. Cegelski L. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters (2013) 23, 5767-5775. Dedicated to Prof. Jacob Schaefer in celebration of his 75th Birthday and 25 years of REDOR. Link

25. Sum of the Parts: Composition and Architecture of the Bacterial Extracellular Matrix. McCrate O, Zhou X, Reichhardt C, Cegelski L. Journal of Molecular Biology (2013). Link

24. Disruption of E. coli Amyloid-Integrated Biofilm Formation at the Air-Liquid Interface by a Polysorbate Surfactant. Wu C, Lim JY, Fuller GG, Cegelski L. Langmuir (2013) 29, 920–926. Link

23. Curcumin as an Amyloid-Indicator Dye in E. coli. McCrate OA, Zhou X, Cegelski L. Chemical Communications (2013) 49, 4193-4195. Link

22. Nutrient-Dependent Structural Changes in S. aureus Peptidoglycan Revealed by Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy. Zhou X and Cegelski L. Biochemistry (2012) 51, 8143-8154. Link   -  Press Highlight

21. Quantitative Analysis of Amyloid-Integrated Biofilms Formed by Uropathogenic E. coli at the Air-Liquid Interface. Wu C, Lim JY, Fuller GG, Cegelski L. Biophysical Journal (2012) 103, 464-471. Link

20. DMSO and Ethanol Elicit Increased Amyloid Biogenesis and Amyloid-Integrated Biofilm Formation in E. coli. Lim JY, May JM, Cegelski L. Journal of Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2012) 78, 3369-3378. Link

19. REDOR Applications in Biology: an Overview. Toke O and Cegelski L. In Solid-State NMR Studies of Biopolymers (2010). McDermott, AE and Polenova, T (eds). John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester, UK, pp 473-490. Link


18. Plant Cell-Wall Cross-Links by REDOR NMR Spectroscopy. Cegelski L, O’Connor RD, Stueber D, Singh M, Poliks B, Schaefer J. Journal of the American Chemical Society (2010) 132:16052-7. Link

17. Small-Molecule Inhibitors Target E. coli Amyloid Biogenesis and Biofilm Formation. Cegelski L, Pinkner JS, Hammer ND, Cusumano CK, Hung CS, Chorell E, Åberg V, Walker JN, Seed PC, Almqvist F, Chapman MR, Hultgren SJ. Nature Chemical Biology (2009) 5, 913-919. Link

16. Microbial Adhesion. Cegelski L, Smith CL, Hultgren SJ. In The Encyclopedia of Microbiology, ed. Schaechter, M. (2009), 1-10. Link

15. Morphological Plasticity as a Bacterial Survival Strategy. Justice SJ, Hunstad DH, Cegelski L, Hultgren SJ. Nature Reviews Microbiology (2008) 6, 162-168. Link

14. The Biology and Future Prospects of Anti-Virulence Therapies. Cegelski L, Marshall GR, Eldridge GR, Hultgren SJ. Nature Reviews Microbiology (2008) 6, 17-27. Link

13. Oritavancin Exhibits Dual Mode of Action to Inhibit S. aureus Peptidoglycan Biosynthesis. Kim SJ, Cegelski L, Stueber D, Singh M, Dietrich E, Tanaka KS, Parr TR, Farand AR, Schaefer J. Journal of Molecular Biology (2008) 377, 281-293. Link

12. REDOR NMR Distance Measurements for the Tubulin-Bound Paclitaxel Conformation. Paik Y, Yang C, Metaferia B, Tang S, Bane S, Ravindra R, Shanker N, Alcaraz AA, Johnson SA, Schaefer J, O’Connor RD, Cegelski L, Snyder JP, Kingston DGI.Journal of the American Chemical Society (2007) 129, 361-370. Link

11. Structures of Staphylococcus aureus Cell-Wall Complexes with Vancomycin, Eremomycin, and Oritavancin Analogues by 13C{19F} and 15N{19F} Rotational-Echo Double Resonance. Kim SJ, Cegelski L, Preobrazhenskaya MN, Schaefer J. Biochemistry (2006) 45, 5235-5250. Link

10. Conformational and Quantitative Characterization of Oritavancin–Peptidoglycan Complexes in Whole Cells of Staphylococcus aureus by in vivo 13C and 15N Labeling. Cegelski L, Steuber D, Mehta AK, Kulp DW, Axelsen PH, Schaefer J. Journal of Molecular Biology (2006) 357, 1253-1262. Link

9. Peptide Antibiotics in Action: Investigation of Polypeptide Chains in Insoluble Environments by REDOR. Toke O, Cegelski L, Schaefer J. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (2006) 1758, 1314-1329. Link

8. LRP6 Holds the Key for the Entry of Anthrax Toxin. Bann JG, Cegelski L, Hultgren SJ. Cell (2006) 124, 3-5. Link

7. Photorespiration in Intact Leaves by in vivo 13CO2 Labeling. Cegelski L and Schaefer J. From the cover. Journal of Magnetic Resonance (2006) 178, 1-10. Link

6. Glycine Metabolism in Intact Leaves by in vivo 13CO2 and 15N Labeling. Cegelski L and Schaefer J. Journal of Biological Chemistry (2005) 280, 39238-39245. Link

5. Mapping the Locations of Estradiol and Potent Neuroprotective Analogues in Phospholipid Bilayers by REDOR. Cegelski L, Rice CV, O’Connor RD, Caruano AL, Tochtrop GP, Cai ZY, Covey DF, Schaefer J. Drug Development Research (2005) 66, 93-102. Link

4. REDOR with a Relative Full-echo Reference. Mehta AK, Cegelski L, O’Connor RD, Schaefer J. Journal of Magnetic Resonance (2003) 163, 182-187. Link

3. REDOR Characterization of the Effects of Vancomycin on Cell Wall Synthesis in S. aureus. Cegelski L, Hing AW, Kim SJ, Studelska DR, O’Connor RD, Mehta AK, Schaefer J. Biochemistry (2002) 41, 13053-13058. Link

2. REDOR Characterization of Vancomycin Binding Sites in S. aureus. Kim SJ, Cegelski L, Studelska DR, O’Connor RD, Mehta AK, Schaefer J. Biochemistry (2002) 41, 6967-6977. Link

1. Conformation of Microtubule-Bound Paclitaxel Determined by Fluorescence Spectroscopy and REDOR NMR. Li Y, Poliks B, Cegelski L, Poliks M, Gryczynski Z, Piszczek G, Jagtap PG, Studelska DR, Kingston DGI, Schaefer J, Bane S. Biochemistry (2000) 39, 281-291. Link

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