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Bonnie L. Bassler

Affiliations: 
Molecular Biology Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Area:
molecular mechanisms that bacteria use for intercellular communication
Website:
http://www.princeton.edu/chemistry/faculty/associated/bassler/
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http://www.pnas.org/content/105/13/4969.full

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Parents

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Frederic A. Troy research assistant UC Davis
Saul Roseman grad student 1990 Johns Hopkins
 (Chemotaxis and chitin degradation in the marine bacterium Vibrio furnissii)
Michael R. Silverman post-doc Agouron Institute

Children

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Jing Yan grad student
Michiko E. Taga grad student 2003 Princeton
Kenny C. Mok grad student 2004 Princeton
Derrick H. Lenz grad student 2006 Princeton
Sine L. Svenningsen grad student 2008 Princeton
Douglas A. Higgins grad student 2009 Princeton
Audra J. Pompeani grad student 2009 Princeton
Chia-En K. Tu grad student 2009 Princeton
Shu-Wen Teng grad student 2010 Princeton
Jessica N. Schaffer grad student 2011 Princeton
Yunzhou Wei grad student 2012 Princeton
Yi Shao grad student 2008-2013
Colleen T. O'Loughlin grad student 2014 Princeton
Zachary N. Donnell grad student 2015 Princeton
Jon E. Paczkowski post-doc Princeton
Michael J. Federle post-doc 2002-2008 Princeton (Microtree)
Christopher M. Waters post-doc 2003-2008 Princeton (Microtree)
Nina Høyland-Kroghsbo post-doc 2015-2018 Princeton
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Høyland-Kroghsbo NM, Muñoz KA, Bassler BL. (2018) Temperature, by Controlling Growth Rate, Regulates CRISPR-Cas Activity in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Mbio. 9
Yan J, Moreau A, Khodaparast S, et al. (2018) Bacterial Biofilm Material Properties Enable Removal and Transfer by Capillary Peeling. Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.). e1804153
Mukherjee S, Moustafa DA, Stergioula V, et al. (2018) The PqsE and RhlR proteins are an autoinducer synthase-receptor pair that control virulence and biofilm development in . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Papenfort K, Silpe JE, Schramma KR, et al. (2017) Erratum: A Vibrio cholerae autoinducer-receptor pair that controls biofilm formation. Nature Chemical Biology. 13: 1137
Papenfort K, Silpe JE, Schramma KR, et al. (2017) Erratum: A Vibrio cholerae autoinducer-receptor pair that controls biofilm formation. Nature Chemical Biology. 13: 1137
Yan J, Nadell CD, Stone HA, et al. (2017) Extracellular-matrix-mediated osmotic pressure drives Vibrio cholerae biofilm expansion and cheater exclusion. Nature Communications. 8: 327
Mukherjee S, Moustafa D, Smith CD, et al. (2017) The RhlR quorum-sensing receptor controls Pseudomonas aeruginosa pathogenesis and biofilm development independently of its canonical homoserine lactone autoinducer. Plos Pathogens. 13: e1006504
Kim MK, Zhao A, Wang A, et al. (2017) Surface-attached molecules control Staphylococcus aureus quorum sensing and biofilm development. Nature Microbiology. 2: 17080
Papenfort K, Silpe JE, Schramma KR, et al. (2017) Erratum: A Vibrio cholerae autoinducer-receptor pair that controls biofilm formation. Nature Chemical Biology. 13: 691
Yan J, Nadell CD, Bassler BL. (2017) Environmental fluctuation governs selection for plasticity in biofilm production. The Isme Journal
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