Bacterial Development and Cell-Cell Communication
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Donor-delivered cell wall hydrolases facilitate nanotube penetration into recipient bacteria
Amit K. Baidya, Ilan Rosenshine & Sigal Ben-Yehuda
Nature Communications volume 11, Article number: 1938 (2020)
A Ubiquitous Platform for Bacterial Nanotube Biogenesis.
Bhattacharya, Baidya et al., (2019).
Cell Reports 27(2):334-342
Architecture and Characteristics of Bacterial Nanotubes.
Dubey, G.P., Malli Mohan, G.B., et a l. (2016).
Developmental Cell 36, 453–461.
Bing Zhou et al. (2019)
PNAS 116 (28) 14228-14237
Acquisition of Phage Sensitivity by Bacteria
through Exchange of Phage Receptors.
Elhanan Tzipilevich, Michal Habusha, Sigal Ben-Yehuda
Cell, 2017. Watch video
The molecular timeline of a reviving bacterial spore.
Sinai L., Rosenberg A., Smith Y., Segev E., and Ben-Yehuda S. (2015).
Molecular Cell, 57(4):695-707.
Aging of a Bacterial Colony Enforces the Evolvement of Nondifferentiating Mutants.
Rachel Hashuel, Sigal Ben-Yehuda (2019).
Molecular Biology and Physiology Volume 10 Issue 5 e01414-19
Interspecies nutrient extraction and toxin delivery between bacteria.
Stempler, Baidya, Bhattacharya et al.,
Nature Communications, 2017
RNA dynamics in aging bacterial spores.
Segev, E., Smith, Y., and Ben-Yehuda, S. (2012). Cell 148:139-49.
Pathogenic E. coli Extracts Nutrients from Infected Host Cells Utilizing Injectisome Components.
Pal et al., (2019).
Early developmental program shapes colony morphology in bacteria.
Mamou, G., Babu Malli Mohan, G., Rouvinski, A., Rosenberg, A., and Ben-Yehuda, S. (2016).
Cell Reports 14, 1-8.
Intercellular nanotubes mediate bacterial communication. Dubey, P. G., and Ben-Yehuda, S. (2011). Cell 144(4):590-600.