Rasika M. Harshey

University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Molecular Biology, Microbiology Biology
"Rasika Harshey"


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Insuk Lee grad student 2002 UT Austin
Shailja Pathania grad student 2002 UT Austin
Zhiqi Yin grad student 2006 UT Austin
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Kim HK, Harshey RM. (2016) A Diguanylate Cyclase Acts as a Cell Division Inhibitor in a Two-Step Response to Reductive and Envelope Stresses. Mbio. 7
Ariel G, Rabani A, Benisty S, et al. (2015) Swarming bacteria migrate by Lévy Walk. Nature Communications. 6: 8396
Harshey RM, Partridge JD. (2015) Shelter in a Swarm. Journal of Molecular Biology. 427: 3683-94
Jang S, Harshey RM. (2015) Repair of transposable phage Mu DNA insertions begins only when the E. coli replisome collides with the transpososome. Molecular Microbiology. 97: 746-58
Partridge JD, Nieto V, Harshey RM. (2015) A new player at the flagellar motor: FliL controls both motor output and bias. Mbio. 6: e02367
Lee J, Monzingo AF, Keatinge-Clay AT, et al. (2015) Structure of Salmonella FlhE, conserved member of a flagellar type III secretion operon. Journal of Molecular Biology. 427: 1254-62
Harshey RM. (2014) Transposable Phage Mu. Microbiology Spectrum. 2
Choi W, Saha RP, Jang S, et al. (2014) Controlling DNA degradation from a distance: a new role for the Mu transposition enhancer. Molecular Microbiology. 94: 595-608
Choi W, Jang S, Harshey RM. (2014) Mu transpososome and RecBCD nuclease collaborate in the repair of simple Mu insertions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 14112-7
Saha RP, Lou Z, Meng L, et al. (2013) Transposable prophage Mu is organized as a stable chromosomal domain of E. coli. Plos Genetics. 9: e1003902
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