Michael Morse
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Helical motion of the cell body enhances Caulobacter crescentus motility
B Liu, M Gulino, M Morse, JX Tang, TR Powers, KS Breuer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (31), 11252-11256, 2014
Molecular adsorption steers bacterial swimming at the air/water interface
M Morse, A Huang, G Li, MR Maxey, JX Tang
Biophysical journal 105 (1), 21-28, 2013
Dimerization regulates both deaminase-dependent and deaminase-independent HIV-1 restriction by APOBEC3G.
M Morse, R Huo, Y Feng, I Rouzina, L Chelico, MC Williams
Nature communications 8 (1), 597, 2017
Multiprotein E. coli SSB–ssDNA complex shows both stable binding and rapid dissociation due to interprotein interactions
MN Naufer, M Morse, GB Möller, J McIsaac, I Rouzina, PJ Beuning, ...
Nucleic acids research 49 (3), 1532-1549, 2021
The aerotactic response of Caulobacter crescentus
M Morse, R Colin, LG Wilson, JX Tang
Biophysical journal 110 (9), 2076-2084, 2016
HIV restriction factor APOBEC3G binds in multiple steps and conformations to search and deaminate single-stranded DNA
M Morse, MN Naufer, Y Feng, L Chelico, I Rouzina, MC Williams
Elife 8, e52649, 2019
RNA-Mediated Dimerization of the Human Deoxycytidine Deaminase APOBEC3H Influences Enzyme Activity and Interaction with Nucleic Acids
Y Feng, L Wong, M Morse, I Rouzina, MC Williams, L Chelico
Journal of molecular biology 430 (24), 4891-4907, 2018
Altered motility of Caulobacter crescentus in viscous and viscoelastic media
Y Gao, M Neubauer, A Yang, N Johnson, M Morse, G Li, JX Tang
BMC microbiology 14 (1), 1-11, 2014
Flagellar motor switching in Caulobacter crescentus obeys first passage time statistics
M Morse, J Bell, G Li, JX Tang
Physical review letters 115 (19), 198103, 2015
HIV-1 nucleocapsid protein binds double-stranded DNA in multiple modes to regulate compaction and capsid uncoating
H Gien, M Morse, MJ McCauley, JP Kitzrow, K Musier-Forsyth, ...
Viruses 14 (2), 235, 2022
Structural domains of SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid protein coordinate to compact long nucleic acid substrates
M Morse, J Sefcikova, I Rouzina, PJ Beuning, MC Williams
Nucleic Acids Research 51 (1), 290-303, 2023
Human FACT subunits coordinate to catalyze both disassembly and reassembly of nucleosomes
MJ McCauley, M Morse, N Becker, Q Hu, MV Botuyan, E Navarrete, ...
Cell reports 41 (13), 2022
Dynamic structure of T4 gene 32 protein filaments facilitates rapid noncooperative protein dissociation
BA Cashen, M Morse, I Rouzina, RL Karpel, MC Williams
Nucleic Acids Research 51 (16), 8587-8605, 2023
The L1-ORF1p coiled coil enables formation of a tightly compacted nucleic acid-bound complex that is associated with retrotransposition
BA Cashen, MN Naufer, M Morse, CE Jones, MC Williams, AV Furano
Nucleic Acids Research 50 (15), 8690-8699, 2022
DNA damage alters binding conformations of E. coli single-stranded DNA-binding protein
M Morse, FN Roby, M Kinare, J McIsaac, MC Williams, PJ Beuning
Biophysical Journal 122 (19), 3950-3958, 2023
Structure and function of SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid protein measured using optical tweezers, confocal fluorescence, and AFM
M Morse, J Sefcikova, MJ McCauley, IF Rouzina, PJ Beuning, ...
Biophysical Journal 122 (3), 71a, 2023
Nucleosome chaperones facilitate both nucleosome assembly and disassembly
M McCauley, J Joshi, M Morse, NA Becker, Q Hu, Z Shan, MHN Holte, ...
Biophysical Journal 121 (3), 3a, 2022
E. coli single stranded binding protein (SSB) self-regulates wrapping of SSDNA through competitive binding
MN Naufer, M Morse, GB Moller, J McIsaac, I Rouzina, PJ Beuning, ...
Biophysical Journal 118 (3), 70a, 2020
Self-regulation of single-stranded DNA wrapping dynamics by E. coli SSB promotes both stable binding and rapid dissociation
MN Naufer, M Morse, GB Möller, J McIsaac, I Rouzina, PJ Beuning, ...
bioRxiv, 2019.12. 20.885368, 2019
C-terminal domain of T4 gene 32 protein enables rapid filament reorganization and dissociation
BA Cashen, M Morse, IF Rouzina, RL Karpel, MC Williams
Biophysical Journal 123 (3), 500a-501a, 2024
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