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Paul T. Englund

Affiliations: 
Biological Chemistry Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Area:
Biochemistry and molecular biology of parasitic protozoa
Website:
http://biolchem.bs.jhmi.edu/bcmb/Pages/faculty/faculty_detail.aspx?FID=76
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http://ibbsshare.bs.jhmi.edu/CVs/englundCV.pdf

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Parents

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Lyman C. Craig grad student 1966 Rockefeller
 (Studies on the proteolytic enzyme ficin)
Arthur Kornberg post-doc 1966-1968 Stanford Medical School

Children

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Michele M. Klingbeil grad student Johns Hopkins Medical School (Microtree)
Paul H. Weigel grad student 1975 Johns Hopkins
James D. Bangs grad student 1986 Johns Hopkins
Tamara L. Doering grad student 1991 Johns Hopkins Medical School (Microtree)
Yasuhiro Morita grad student 2000 Johns Hopkins
Mark E. Drew grad student 2002 Johns Hopkins
David W. Jiang grad student 2002 Johns Hopkins
Zefeng Wang grad student 2002 Johns Hopkins
Tina T. Saxowsky grad student 2004 Johns Hopkins
Yanan Liu grad student 2006 Johns Hopkins
Shawn A. Motyka grad student 2006 Johns Hopkins
Jennifer L. Stephens grad student 2007 Johns Hopkins
Zhixing Zhao grad student 2008 Johns Hopkins
Megan E. Lindsay grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins
James Culvin Morris post-doc Johns Hopkins Medical School
Congjun Li post-doc 1991-1995
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Englund PT. (2014) A passion for parasites. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 289: 33712-29
Wang J, Pappas-Brown V, Englund PT, et al. (2014) TbKAP6, a mitochondrial HMG box-containing protein in Trypanosoma brucei, is the first trypanosomatid kinetoplast-associated protein essential for kinetoplast DNA replication and maintenance. Eukaryotic Cell. 13: 919-32
Povelones ML, Tiengwe C, Gluenz E, et al. (2013) Mitochondrial shape and function in trypanosomes requires the outer membrane protein, TbLOK1. Molecular Microbiology. 87: 713-29
Wang J, Englund PT, Jensen RE. (2012) TbPIF8, a Trypanosoma brucei protein related to the yeast Pif1 helicase, is essential for cell viability and mitochondrial genome maintenance. Molecular Microbiology. 83: 471-85
Clayton AM, Guler JL, Povelones ML, et al. (2011) Depletion of mitochondrial acyl carrier protein in bloodstream-form Trypanosoma brucei causes a kinetoplast segregation defect. Eukaryotic Cell. 10: 286-92
Gluenz E, Povelones ML, Englund PT, et al. (2011) The kinetoplast duplication cycle in Trypanosoma brucei is orchestrated by cytoskeleton-mediated cell morphogenesis. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 31: 1012-21
Roy Chowdhury A, Bakshi R, Wang J, et al. (2010) The killing of African trypanosomes by ethidium bromide. Plos Pathogens. 6: e1001226
Liu B, Yildirir G, Wang J, et al. (2010) TbPIF1, a Trypanosoma brucei mitochondrial DNA helicase, is essential for kinetoplast minicircle replication. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 285: 7056-66
Liu B, Wang J, Yildirir G, et al. (2009) TbPIF5 is a Trypanosoma brucei mitochondrial DNA helicase involved in processing of minicircle Okazaki fragments. Plos Pathogens. 5: e1000589
Liu B, Wang J, Yaffe N, et al. (2009) Trypanosomes have six mitochondrial DNA helicases with one controlling kinetoplast maxicircle replication. Molecular Cell. 35: 490-501
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