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Mehran Kardar grad student 1990 MIT
 (Statistical mechanics and dynamics of surfaces and membranes)
Toyoichi Tanaka grad student 1990 MIT (Chemistry Tree)


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Thomas E. Kuhlman grad student 2007 UCSD
John Barrett Deris grad student 2013 UCSD
Minsu Kim post-doc UCSD
Weiqun Peng post-doc
Ralf Bundschuh post-doc 1997-2001
Nicolas E. Buchler post-doc 2001-2003 UCSD (Chemistry Tree)
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Basan M, Honda T, Christodoulou D, et al. (2020) A universal trade-off between growth and lag in fluctuating environments. Nature
Zheng H, Bai Y, Jiang M, et al. (2020) General quantitative relations linking cell growth and the cell cycle in Escherichia coli. Nature Microbiology
Cremer J, Honda T, Tang Y, et al. (2019) Chemotaxis as a navigation strategy to boost range expansion. Nature
Zhu M, Mori M, Hwa T, et al. (2019) Disruption of transcription-translation coordination in Escherichia coli leads to premature transcriptional termination. Nature Microbiology
Warren MR, Sun H, Yan Y, et al. (2019) Spatiotemporal establishment of dense bacterial colonies growing on hard agar. Elife. 8
Dai X, Zhu M, Warren M, et al. (2018) Slowdown of Translational Elongation inunder Hyperosmotic Stress. Mbio. 9
Mori M, Schink S, Erickson DW, et al. (2017) Quantifying the benefit of a proteome reserve in fluctuating environments. Nature Communications. 8: 1225
Erickson DW, Schink SJ, Patsalo V, et al. (2017) A global resource allocation strategy governs growth transition kinetics of Escherichia coli. Nature
Cremer J, Arnoldini M, Hwa T. (2017) Effect of water flow and chemical environment on microbiota growth and composition in the human colon. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Dai X, Zhu M, Warren M, et al. (2016) Reduction of translating ribosomes enables Escherichia coli to maintain elongation rates during slow growth. Nature Microbiology. 2: 16231
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