Elsa Marie Tretter

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2012 Molecular  University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
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James M. Berger grad student 2012 UC Berkeley
 (Understanding Substrate Selection and Functional Output of Bacterial Type IIA Topoisomerase Orthologs and Paralogs.)
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Basu A, Hobson M, Lebel P, et al. (2018) Dynamic coupling between conformations and nucleotide states in DNA gyrase. Nature Chemical Biology
Lebel P, Basu A, Oberstrass FC, et al. (2014) Gold rotor bead tracking for high-speed measurements of DNA twist, torque and extension. Nature Methods. 11: 456-62
Tretter EM, Berger JM. (2012) Mechanisms for defining supercoiling set point of DNA gyrase orthologs: I. A nonconserved acidic C-terminal tail modulates Escherichia coli gyrase activity. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 287: 18636-44
Tretter EM, Berger JM. (2012) Mechanisms for defining supercoiling set point of DNA gyrase orthologs: II. The shape of the GyrA subunit C-terminal domain (CTD) is not a sole determinant for controlling supercoiling efficiency. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 287: 18645-54
Vos SM, Tretter EM, Schmidt BH, et al. (2011) All tangled up: how cells direct, manage and exploit topoisomerase function. Nature Reviews. Molecular Cell Biology. 12: 827-41
Tretter EM, Lerman JC, Berger JM. (2010) A naturally chimeric type IIA topoisomerase in Aquifex aeolicus highlights an evolutionary path for the emergence of functional paralogs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107: 22055-9
Tretter EM, Schoeffler AJ, Weisfield SR, et al. (2010) Crystal structure of the DNA gyrase GyrA N-terminal domain from Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Proteins. 78: 492-5
Tretter EM, Alvarez JP, Eshed Y, et al. (2008) Activity range of Arabidopsis small RNAs derived from different biogenesis pathways. Plant Physiology. 147: 58-62
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