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Elliott Waters Montroll grad student 1975 Rochester (MathTree)
 (General model of kinetics of cooperative ligand binding in proteins and its application to hemoglobin kinetics.)
H. Eugene Stanley grad student 1975 Rochester
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Bansil R, Constantino MA, Su-Arcaro C, et al. (2023) Motility of Different Gastric spp. Microorganisms. 11
Constantino MA, Jabbarzadeh M, Fu HC, et al. (2018) Bipolar lophotrichous Helicobacter suis combine extended and wrapped flagella bundles to exhibit multiple modes of motility. Scientific Reports. 8: 14415
Su C, Padra M, Constantino MA, et al. (2018) Influence of the viscosity of healthy and diseased human mucins on the motility of Helicobacter pylori. Scientific Reports. 8: 9710
Constantino MA, Jabbarzadeh M, Fu HC, et al. (2016) Helical and rod-shaped bacteria swim in helical trajectories with little additional propulsion from helical shape. Science Advances. 2: e1601661
Martinez LE, Hardcastle JM, Wang J, et al. (2015) Helicobacter pylori strains vary cell shape and flagellum number to maintain robust motility in viscous environments. Molecular Microbiology
Spring JD, Bansil R. (2013) A universal scaling analysis of nonisothermal kinetics in block copolymer phase transitions Acs Macro Letters. 2: 745-748
Barz B, Turner BS, Bansil R, et al. (2012) Folding of pig gastric mucin non-glycosylated domains: a discrete molecular dynamics study. Journal of Biological Physics. 38: 681-703
Liu Y, Spring JD, Steinhart M, et al. (2012) Pressure jump kinetics of disorder to BCC ordering in diblock copolymer micelles in a selective solvent Macromolecules. 45: 9147-9154
Li M, Liu Y, Bansil R. (2010) Kinetics of hexagonal cylinders to face-centered cubic spheres transition of triblock copolymer in selective solvent: Brownian dynamics simulation. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 133: 084905
Celli JP, Turner BS, Afdhal NH, et al. (2009) Helicobacter pylori moves through mucus by reducing mucin viscoelasticity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 106: 14321-6
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