Daniel Wall
Daniel Wall
Professor of Molecular Biology, University of Wyoming
Verified email at uwyo.edu
TitleCited byYear
Type IV pili and cell motility
D Wall, D Kaiser
Molecular microbiology 32 (1), 01-10, 1999
4951999
A genome‐wide strategy for the identification of essential genes in Staphylococcus aureus
RA Forsyth, RJ Haselbeck, KL Ohlsen, RT Yamamoto, H Xu, JD Trawick, ...
Molecular microbiology 43 (6), 1387-1400, 2002
4802002
The NH2-terminal 108 amino acids of the Escherichia coli DnaJ protein stimulate the ATPase activity of DnaK and are sufficient for lambda replication.
D Wall, M Zylicz, C Georgopoulos
Journal of Biological Chemistry 269 (7), 5446-5451, 1994
3111994
Identification of essential genes in microorganisms
L Wang, C Zamudio, C Malone, R Haselbeck, K Ohlsen, J Zyskind, D Wall, ...
US Patent App. 10/282,122, 2004
3032004
NMR Structure of the J-domain and the Gly/Phe-rich Region of theEscherichia coliDnaJ Chaperone
M Pellecchia, T Szyperski, D Wall, C Georgopoulos, K Wüthrich
Journal of molecular biology 260 (2), 236-250, 1996
2091996
Structure-function analysis of the zinc finger region of the DnaJ molecular chaperone
B Banecki, K Liberek, D Wall, A Wawrzynów, C Georgopoulos, E Bertoli, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 271 (25), 14840-14848, 1996
1811996
NMR structure determination of the Escherichia coli DnaJ molecular chaperone: secondary structure and backbone fold of the N-terminal region (residues 2-108) containing the …
T Szyperski, M Pellecchia, D Wall, C Georgopoulos, K Wüthrich
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (24), 11343-11347, 1994
1671994
The Myxococcus xanthus pilQ (sglA) gene encodes a secretin homolog required for type IV pilus biogenesis, social motility, and development
D Wall, PE Kolenbrander, D Kaiser
Journal of bacteriology 181 (1), 24-33, 1999
1481999
The conserved G/F motif of the DnaJ chaperone is necessary for the activation of the substrate binding properties of the DnaK chaperone
D Wall, M Zylicz, C Georgopoulos
Journal of Biological Chemistry 270 (5), 2139-2144, 1995
1411995
Cell-to-cell transfer of bacterial outer membrane lipoproteins
E Nudleman, D Wall, D Kaiser
Science 309 (5731), 125-127, 2005
1362005
Synthesis and SAR of 3, 5-diamino-piperidine derivatives: novel antibacterial translation inhibitors as aminoglycoside mimetics
Y Zhou, VE Gregor, BK Ayida, GC Winters, Z Sun, D Murphy, G Haley, ...
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters 17 (5), 1206-1210, 2007
1282007
Identification of essential genes in prokaryotes
R Haselbeck, K Ohlsen, J Zyskind, D Wall, J Trawick, G Carr, ...
US Patent App. 09/815,242, 2002
1272002
Polar assembly of the type IV pilus secretin in Myxococcus xanthus
E Nudleman, D Wall, D Kaiser
Molecular microbiology 60 (1), 16-29, 2006
1192006
The DnaJ chaperone catalytically activates the DnaK chaperone to preferentially bind the sigma 32 heat shock transcriptional regulator
K Liberek, D Wall, C Georgopoulos
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (14), 6224-6228, 1995
1161995
Antibiotic production by myxobacteria plays a role in predation
Y Xiao, X Wei, R Ebright, D Wall
Journal of bacteriology 193 (18), 4626-4633, 2011
972011
Cell contact–dependent outer membrane exchange in Myxobacteria: genetic determinants and mechanism
DT Pathak, X Wei, A Bucuvalas, DH Haft, DL Gerloff, D Wall
PLoS genetics 8 (4), 2012
892012
ATP hydrolysis is required for the DnaJ-dependent activation of DnaK chaperone for binding to both native and denatured protein substrates
A Wawrzynów, B Banecki, D Wall, K Liberek, C Georgopoulos, M Zylicz
Journal of Biological Chemistry 270 (33), 19307-19311, 1995
871995
Molecular recognition by glycoside pseudo base pairs and triples in an apramycin–RNA complex
Q Han, Q Zhao, S Fish, KB Simonsen, D Vourloumis, JM Froelich, D Wall, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 44 (18), 2694-2700, 2005
732005
Comprehensive essential gene identification as a platform for novel antiinfective drug discovery
R Haselbeck, D Wall, B Jiang, T Ketela, J Zyskind, H Bussey, JG Foulkes, ...
Current pharmaceutical design 8 (13), 1155-1172, 2002
652002
Alignment enhances the cell-to-cell transfer of pilus phenotype
D Wall, D Kaiser
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (6), 3054-3058, 1998
631998
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