Keith E. Shearwin

Affiliations: 
University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 
Area:
Gene regulation mechanisms, phage
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Hao N, Chen Q, Dodd IB, et al. (2021) The pIT5 Plasmid Series, an Improved Toolkit for Repeated Genome Integration in . Acs Synthetic Biology
Hao N, Sullivan AE, Shearwin KE, et al. (2021) The loopometer: a quantitative in vivo assay for DNA-looping proteins. Nucleic Acids Research
Murchland IM, Ahlgren-Berg A, Pietsch JMJ, et al. (2020) Instability of CII is needed for efficient switching between lytic and lysogenic development in bacteriophage 186. Nucleic Acids Research. 48: 12030-12041
Cutts EE, Barry Egan J, Dodd IB, et al. (2020) A quantitative binding model for the Apl protein, the dual purpose recombination-directionality factor and lysis-lysogeny regulator of bacteriophage 186. Nucleic Acids Research
Hao N, Crooks MT, Palmer AC, et al. (2019) RNA polymerase pausing at a protein roadblock can enhance transcriptional interference by promoter occlusion. Febs Letters
Hao N, Shearwin KE, Dodd IB. (2019) Positive and Negative Control of Enhancer-Promoter Interactions by Other DNA Loops Generates Specificity and Tunability. Cell Reports. 26: 2419-2433.e3
Hao N, Shearwin KE, Dodd IB. (2017) Programmable DNA looping using engineered bivalent dCas9 complexes. Nature Communications. 8: 1628
Hao N, Sneppen K, Shearwin KE, et al. (2017) Efficient chromosomal-scale DNA looping in Escherichia coli using multiple DNA-looping elements. Nucleic Acids Research
Hao N, Palmer AC, Dodd IB, et al. (2017) Directing traffic on DNA - How transcription factors relieve or induce transcriptional interference. Transcription. 0
Cui L, Shearwin KE. (2017) Clonetegration Using OSIP Plasmids: One-Step DNA Assembly and Site-Specific Genomic Integration in Bacteria. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1472: 139-55
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