Publications 1994-1999

1999 - 1998 - 1997 - 1996 - 1995 - 1994

Smith CK, Baker TA, and Sauer RT   (1999)   Lon and Clp family proteases and chaperones share homologous substrate-recognition domains .   Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 96: 6678-6682.

Williams TL, Jackson EL, Carritte A, and Baker TA   (1999)   Organization and dynamics of the Mu transpososome: recombination by communication between two active sites.   Genes Dev 13: 2725-2737.

Baker TA   (1999)   Protein unfolding. Trapped in the act   Nature 401: 29-30.

Levchenko I, Smith CK, Walsh NP, Sauer RT, and Baker TA   (1998)   PDZ-like domains mediate binding specificity in the Clp/Hsp100 family of chaperones and protease regulatory subunits.   Cell 91: 939-947 .

Krementsova E, Giffin MJ, Pincus D, and Baker TA   (1998)   Mutational analysis of the Mu transposase.   J. Biol. Chem. 273: 31358-31365.

Yamauchi M, and Baker TA   (1998)   An ATP-ADP switch in MuB controls progression of the Mu transposition pathway.   EMBO J 17: 5509-5518.

Baker TA, and Bell SP   (1998)   Polymerases and the replisome: machines within machines.   Cell 92: 295-305.

Levchenko I, Yamauchi M, and Baker TA   (1997)   ClpX and MuB interact with overlapping regions of Mu transposase: implications for control of the transposition pathway.   Genes and Development 11 : 1561-1572.

Aldaz H, Schuster E, and Baker TA   (1996)   The interwoven architecture of the Mu transposase couples DNA synapsis to catalysis.   Cell 85: 257-269.

Levchenko I, Luo L, and Baker TA   (1995)   Disassembly of the Mu transposase tetramer by the ClpX chaperone.   Genes and Development 9: 2399-2408 .

Mizuuchi M, Baker TA, and Mizuuchi K   (1995)   Assembly of Phage Mu transpososomes: cooperative transitions assisted by protein and DNA sequence cofactors as scaffolds. Cell 83: 375-385.

Baker TA   (1995)   Replication arrest.   Cell 80: 521-524 .

Baker TA   (1995)   Bacteriophage Mu: a transposing phage that integrates like retroviruses.   Seminars in Virology 6: 53-63.

Baker TA, and Luo L   (1994)   Identification of residues in the Mu transposase essential for catalysis.   Proc. Natl. Acad Sci USA 91: 6654-6658.

Baker TA, Krementsova E, and Luo L   (1994)   Complete transposition requires four active monomers in the Mu transposase tetramer.   Genes and Development 8: 2416-2428.

Baker TA   (1994)   Replication initiation: a new controller in Escherichia coli.   Current Biology 4: 945-946.