Philip Serwer

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, United States 
the cycle and energy transduction of bacteriophage DNA packaging motors, the past and present evolution of bacteriophages
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Serwer P, Wright ET, De La Chapa J, et al. (2021) Basics for Improved Use of Phages for Therapy. Antibiotics (Basel, Switzerland). 10
Serwer P, Wright ET. (2020) In-Gel Isolation and Characterization of Large (and Other) Phages. Viruses. 12
Serwer P, Hunter B, Wright ET. (2020) Electron Microscopy of In-Plaque Phage T3 Assembly: Proposed Analogs of Neurodegenerative Disease Triggers. Pharmaceuticals (Basel, Switzerland). 13
Serwer P, Wright ET, Lee JC. (2019) High murine blood persistence of phage T3 and suggested strategy for phage therapy. Bmc Research Notes. 12: 560
Serwer P, Hunter B, Wright ET. (2018) Cell-gel interactions of in-gel propagating bacteria. Bmc Research Notes. 11: 699
Serwer P, Wright ET. (2018) Nanomedicine and Phage Capsids. Viruses. 10
Serwer P, Wright ET, Demeler B, et al. (2017) States of phage T3/T7 capsids: buoyant density centrifugation and cryo-EM. Biophysical Reviews
Serwer P, Wright ET. (2017) ATP-Driven Contraction of Phage T3 Capsids with DNA Incompletely Packaged In Vivo. Viruses. 9
Serwer P, Wright ET. (2016) Testing a proposed paradigm shift in analysis of phage DNA packaging. Bacteriophage. 6: e1268664
Serwer P, Wright ET, Yu G, et al. (2015) 30 Illuminating obscure states of the phage T3 DNA packaging motor. Journal of Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics. 33: 17-8
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