*  Excellent piece on bacterial cell size control by Sander Tans group - Cell cycle control
Excellent piece on bacterial cell size control by Sander Tans group www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4680914/ in Scientific ... I'm looking forward to seeing the bacterial size control field move beyond the phenomenology of the past two years and get into ... The first International Cell Size and Growth Meeting was held at Lake Tahoe, CA last week ... live-cell imaging of DNA replication so that the various periods of the cell cycle could be imaged and correlations with size ...
  http://skotheimlab.com/blog/2016/1/15/excellent-piece-on-bacterial-cell-size-control-by-sander-tans-group
*  On the evolution of cell size distribution during bacterial growth cycle: Experimental observations and individual-based model...
CitacióPrats, C. [et al.]. On the evolution of cell size distribution during bacterial growth cycle: Experimental observations ... On the evolution of cell size distribution during bacterial growth cycle: Experimental observations and individual-based model ...
  http://upcommons.upc.edu/handle/2117/6899
*  Events: On Origins of Diversity: How Genetically Identical Bacterial Cells in a Constant Environment can Acquire different...
What sets the scale of the size of bacterial cells and the scale of fluctuations of cell size of genetically identical bacteria ... On Origins of Diversity: How Genetically Identical Bacterial Cells in a Constant Environment can Acquire different Sizes? ... of cells it will be shown how this time scale and its fluctuations set the average size of cells and the fluctuations of size. ... the doubling time of cells. Phenotypic variation in genetically identical cells is generally believed to be a consequence of ...
  https://santafe.edu/events/on-origins-of-diversity-how-genetically-ident
*  YabA of Bacillus subtilis controls DnaA-mediated replication initiation but not the transcriptional response to replication...
Bacterial Cell Size: Multifactorial and Multifaceted.. *Corey S Westfall, Petra Anne Levin ... Cell Size and the Initiation of DNA Replication in Bacteria. *Norbert S. Hill, Ryosuke Kadoya, Dhruba K. Chattoraj, Petra Anne ... Cell Size Control in Bacteria. *An-Chun Chien, Norbert S. Hill, Petra Anne Levin ... Redefining bacterial origins of replication as centralized information processors. *Gregory T. Marczynski, Thomas Rolain, James ...
  https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/YabA-of-Bacillus-subtilis-controls-DnaA-mediated-to-Goranov-Breier/5ba96593b3f369c0fe89d72291bbd61552aca76c
*  Kawai T[au] - PubMed - NCBI
Robust Ionic Current Sensor for Bacterial Cell Size Detection.. Yasaki H, Shimada T, Yasui T, Yanagida T, Kaji N, Kanai M, ... Identification of Individual Bacterial Cells through the Intermolecular Interactions with Peptide-Functionalized Solid-State ... Discriminating single-bacterial shape using low-aspect-ratio pores.. Tsutsui M, Yoshida T, Yokota K, Yasaki H, Yasui T, Arima A ... Inductions of granulosa cell luteinization and cumulus expansion are dependent on the fibronectin-integrin pathway during ...
  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?access_num=Kawai+T&link_type=AUTHORSEARCH&cmd=search&term=Kawai+T%5Bau%5D&dispmax=50
*  Penn State Department of Physics
CAMP Seminar: Adaptive regulation of bacterial cell size and division cycle Shiladitya Banerjee, University College London ...
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*  Julie Theriot | Stanford Medicine Profiles
Relative Rates of Surface and Volume Synthesis Set Bacterial Cell Size CELL Harris, L. K., Theriot, J. A. 2016; 165 (6): 1479- ... Listeria monocytogenes exploits normal host cell processes to spread from cell to cell JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY Robbins, J. R., ... The cell biology of infection by intracellular bacterial pathogens ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY Theriot, J. ... INVOLVEMENT OF PROFILIN IN THE ACTIN-BASED MOTILITY OF L-MONOCYTOGENES IN CELLS AND IN CELL-FREE-EXTRACTS CELL Theriot, J. A., ...
  https://med.stanford.edu/profiles/julie-theriot
*  divide - Wiktionary
Such pits are about the size of a bacterial cell. Closer examination showed that some of these pits did, indeed, contain ... intransitive, biology) Of a cell, to reproduce by dividing. *. 2013 July 20, "Welcome to the plastisphere", in The Economist. ...
  https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/divide
*  Methods for Microbiota Analysis: Sample Collection and Laboratory Methods | SpringerLink
Single-cell analysis of bacterial growth, cell size, and community structure in the Delaware estuary. AME. 2004;34:139-49. ... Bacterial biogeography of the human digestive tract. Sci Rep. 2011;1:170.CrossRefPubMedPubMedCentralGoogle Scholar ... Selective single cell isolation for genomics using microraft arrays. Nucleic Acids Res. 2016;44(17):8292-301.CrossRefPubMed ... Cell Host Microbe. 2015;18(4):478-88.CrossRefPubMedPubMedCentralGoogle Scholar ...
  https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-319-79026-8_2
*  Exploració per autor "Ferrer Savall, Jordi"
On the evolution of cell size distribution during bacterial growth cycle: Experimental observations and individual-based model ... Analysis and IbM simulation of the stages in bacterial lag phase: basis for an updated definition.  Prats Soler, Clara; Giró ... Individual-based modelling of bacterial cultures to study the microscopic causes of the lag phase.  Prats Soler, Clara; López ... Thermodynamic concepts in the study of microbial populations: age structure in plasmodium falciparum infected red blood cells. ...
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*  Link between sea and land animals found | Page 3 | Sciforums
... membrane-bounded bacterial-sized cell inclusions that generate hydrogen). The karyomastigont reproduces as a unit structure. ... You state 'primitive cell utilizing RNA genetic coding to the DNA based genetic coding of extant archaea, eu-bacterial, ... These then add to the daughter cell (in a dividing cell), or they move to the periphery and form the basal body for the cilium ... Their interior is continuous with the cell's cytoplasm. Centrioles are often present even in cells and groups that do not have ...
  http://www.sciforums.com/threads/link-between-sea-and-land-animals-found.53866/page-3
*  DIGITAL.CSIC: Instituto de Investigaciones Químicas (IIQ)
Tuning of glyconanomaterial shape and size for selective bacterial cell agglutination Ver. ...
  http://digital.csic.es/handle/10261/38
*  Bacterial morphological plasticity - Wikipedia
Bacterial morphological plasticity refers to changes in the shape and size that bacterial cells undergo when they encounter ... Bacterial size < 0.4 μm were not grazed well Bacterial size between 0.4 μm and 1.6 μm were "grazing vulnerable" Bacterial size ... Bimodal effect is a situation that bacterial cell in an intermediate size range are consumed more rapidly than the very large ... Besides bacterial size, there are several factors affecting the predation of protists. Bacterial shape, the spiral morphology ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacterial_morphological_plasticity
*  JCI - Welcome
Together, our data indicate that small bacterial cell size, which is signified by the absence of DivIVA, and the presence of an ... which led to reduced bacterial invasion. An additional protective effect resulted from inhibition of host cell lysis by ... it is unclear whether NO-dependent control of intracellular organisms depends on cell-intrinsic or cell-extrinsic activity of ... The cell division protein DivIVA, which is required for an ovoid shape, was localized at the poles and septum of pneumococcal ...
  https://jci.org/tags/29
*  JCI - Pneumococcal meningitis is promoted by single cocci expressing pilus adhesin RrgA
Together, our data indicate that small bacterial cell size, which is signified by the absence of DivIVA, and the presence of an ... The cell division protein DivIVA, which is required for an ovoid shape, was localized at the poles and septum of pneumococcal ... Pneumococcal bacteria penetrates the blood-brain barrier (BBB), but the bacterial factors that enable this process are not ... Here, we determined that expression of pneumococcal pilus-1, which includes the pilus adhesin RrgA, promotes bacterial ...
  https://jci.org/articles/view/84705/figure/1
*  KC Huang | Stanford Medicine Profiles
Principles of Bacterial Cell-Size Determination Revealed by Cell-Wall Synthesis Perturbations CELL REPORTS Tropini, C., Lee, T ... In bacterial cells, the peptidoglycan cell wall is the stress-bearing structure that dictates cell shape. Although many ... Across the diverse shapes and sizes of the bacterial kingdom, the cell wall is composed of peptidoglycan, a macromolecular ... the role of the cell wall in cell-shape determination, (ii) the regulation and mechanics of the cell cycle and cell division, ( ...
  https://med.stanford.edu/profiles/kerwyn-huang?tab=research-and-scholarship
*  JCI - Volume 126, Issue 8
Together, our data indicate that small bacterial cell size, which is signified by the absence of DivIVA, and the presence of an ... T cell exhaustion affects mesothelin-targeted CAR T cells and explored cell-intrinsic strategies to overcome inhibition of CAR ... CAR T cells with intrinsic checkpoint blockade. On page 3130, Cherkassky et al. demonstrate that CAR T cells with intrinsic ... TanCAR T cell activity was more sustained but not more exhaustible than that of T cells that coexpressed a HER2 CAR and an ...
  https://jci.org/126/8
*  Different Ways in Which Bacteria Grow
Phases of bacterial growth include the lag phase, log phase, stationary phase and death stage. Various factors are required for ... which enables one parent cell to split into two daughter cells. First, the bacterial cell grows to double its normal size. Next ... Bacteria have cell membranes, and as they grow these membranes grow in size. DNA strands attach to the cell membrane, which ... Factors Needed for Bacterial Growth. Various factors are needed for optimal bacterial growth. Water is essential, as is carbon ...
  http://www.brighthub.com/science/medical/articles/114887.aspx
*  E coli bacteria, microscopy - Stock Video Clip K006/9603 - Science Photo Library
The bacterial cells are around 2x0.5 micrometres in size. This is the K12 strain. Filmed with differential interference ... The bacterial cells are around 2x0.5 micrometres in size. This is the K12 strain. Filmed with differential interference ... Keywords: 4k, bacteria, bacterial, bacterium, biological research, coccoid bacteria, coli, culture, dic, differential ...
  http://www.sciencephoto.com/media/870974/view
*  Demchick and Koch JBact 96 v178p768 - JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY Feb 1996 p 768773 0021-9193/96/$04.00 0 Copyright 1996 American...
Bacterial cell structure, B. subtilis, pore size * Click to edit the document details ... The mean estimate of the effective hole radius in walls from E. coli is 2.06 nm, and that of the effective hole size in walls ... The size of a globular hydrophilic molecule, if it did not bind to wall components, that could pass freely ... From three pairs of times and molecular weights that met one or the other of these two criteria, the effective pore size could ...
  https://www.coursehero.com/file/220116/Demchick-and-Koch-JBact-96-v178p768/
*  Amoeba - Wikipedia
"The Size, Shape, And Arrangement Of Bacterial Cells". classes.midlandstech.edu. Retrieved 2016-08-21. Gooday, A. J.; Aranda da ... Amoeboid cells do not have a mouth or cytostome, and there is no fixed place on the cell at which phagocytosis normally occurs ... The amoeboid cells of the former combine to form a giant multinucleate organism, while the cells of the latter live separately ... Some amoebae also feed by pinocytosis, imbibing dissolved nutrients through vesicles formed within the cell membrane . The size ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amoeba
*  Cell Imaging Improves Under Graphene | Research & Technology | Mar 2011 | Photonics.com
A microscopic cloak made of graphene could change the way bacteria and other cells are imaged. Vikas Berry of Kansas State ... Because graphene is impermeable, he decided to use the material to preserve the size of bacterial cells imaged under high- ... giving a clear view of the bacterial cell wall. Unwrapped bacterial cells appear dark with an indistinguishable cell wall. " ... The current challenge with cell imaging occurs when scientists use electron microscopes to image bacterial cells. Because these ...
  https://www.photonics.com/Article.aspx?AID=46511
*  2015 Posters and Authors List - CSU Annual Biotechnology Symposium
A dynamically localizing polyester modulates bacterial cell size in response to nutrient availability. Wood, Shannon; Graduate ... A Cell-Based Assay to Monitor Proteolytic Events on the Cell Surface. Dharmawan, Andre; Graduate, Biology, San Diego State ... Ion Shedding from Prosthetic Metals Induces DNA Damage in Human B cells & T cells. Ramirez, Sonia; Graduate, Biological ... Bacterial Recombinant Protein Expression of AaSPVI Protease Gene from the female virus vector Aedes aegypti mosquito.. Kang, ...
  http://www.csuperb.org/symposium/2015-poster-authors/
*  Dip-pen nanolithography surface patterning with bacterial cells
... large-sized ink materials are not efficiently transported through this water meniscus. For this reason, bacterial cells (1-2 ... DPN method that uses a previously developed hydrogel-coated tip and carrier agents to generate micrometer-sized bacterial cells ... Since the driving force of DPN for transporting materials is molecular diffusion through the sub-micrometer sized water ... coli JM 109 bacterial single cell. (c) Fluorescence microscopy image of E. coli bacterial cell (7-8 cells per one stamp-on ...
  https://www.nanowerk.com/spotlight/spotid=26953.php
*  ASMscience | Bacterial Secondary Prod
In addition, methods to determine empirically a conversion factor from thymidine or leucine incorporation to cells produced is ... Various methods available to determine bacterial biomass production (BBP), those that employ radiolabeled precursors to ... methods presented in this chapter estimate the total BBP and do not provide information on the relationship between bacterial ... Cottrell, M. T.,, and D. L. Kirchman. 2004. Single-cell analysis of bacterial growth, cell size, and community structure in the ...
  http://www.asmscience.org/content/book/10.1128/9781555815882.ch34