Kene N. Piasta, Ph.D.

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2011 Biochemistry Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, United States 
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Christopher Miller grad student 2011 Brandeis
 (Potassium-Selective Block of Barium Permeation through Single KcsA Channels.)
Joseph J. Falke post-doc Brandeis
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Falke JJ, Piasta KN. (2014) Architecture and signal transduction mechanism of the bacterial chemosensory array: progress, controversies, and challenges. Current Opinion in Structural Biology. 29: 85-94
Piasta KN, Falke JJ. (2014) Increasing and decreasing the ultrastability of bacterial chemotaxis core signaling complexes by modifying protein-protein contacts. Biochemistry. 53: 5592-600
Briegel A, Wong ML, Hodges HL, et al. (2014) New insights into bacterial chemoreceptor array structure and assembly from electron cryotomography. Biochemistry. 53: 1575-85
Piasta KN, Falke JJ. (2014) Increasing and decreasing the ultrastability of bacterial chemotaxis core signaling complexes by modifying protein-protein contacts Biochemistry. 53: 5592-5600
Falke JJ, Piasta KN. (2014) Architecture and signal transduction mechanism of the bacterial chemosensory array: Progress, controversies, and challenges Current Opinion in Structural Biology. 29: 85-94
Natale AM, Duplantis JL, Piasta KN, et al. (2013) Structure, function, and on-off switching of a core unit contact between CheA kinase and CheW adaptor protein in the bacterial chemosensory array: A disulfide mapping and mutagenesis study. Biochemistry. 52: 7753-65
Piasta KN, Ulliman CJ, Slivka PF, et al. (2013) Defining a key receptor-CheA kinase contact and elucidating its function in the membrane-bound bacterial chemosensory array: a disulfide mapping and TAM-IDS Study. Biochemistry. 52: 3866-80
Piasta KN, Theobald DL, Miller C. (2011) Potassium-selective block of barium permeation through single KcsA channels. The Journal of General Physiology. 138: 421-36
Webb L, McGrew D, Piasta K. (2011) Introduction - Welcome to your world Biochemist. 33: 4-5
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