Margaret CM Smith
Margaret CM Smith
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Evolutionary relationships among diverse bacteriophages and prophages: all the world’sa phage
RW Hendrix, MCM Smith, RN Burns, ME Ford, GF Hatfull
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (5), 2192-2197, 1999
9951999
In vitro site-specific integration of bacteriophage DNA catalyzed by a recombinase of the resolvase/invertase family
HM Thorpe, MCM Smith
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (10), 5505-5510, 1998
5001998
Diversity in the serine recombinases
M Smith, HM Thorpe
Molecular microbiology 44 (2), 299-307, 2002
3582002
Integration site for Streptomyces phage φBT1 and development of site-specific integrating vectors
MA Gregory, R Till, MCM Smith
Journal of bacteriology 185 (17), 5320, 2003
2822003
Control of directionality in the site‐specific recombination system of the Streptomyces phage φC31
HM Thorpe, SE Wilson, M Smith
Molecular microbiology 38 (2), 232-241, 2000
2222000
The arginine repressor is essential for plasmid‐stabilizing site‐specific recombination at the ColE1 cer locus.
CJ Stirling, G Szatmari, G Stewart, MC Smith, DJ Sherratt
The EMBO journal 7 (13), 4389-4395, 1988
1931988
The Streptomyces genome contains multiple pseudo-attB sites for the φC31-encoded site-specific recombination system
P Combes, R Till, S Bee, MCM Smith
Journal of bacteriology 184 (20), 5746, 2002
1722002
The dynamic architecture of the metabolic switch in Streptomyces coelicolor
K Nieselt, F Battke, A Herbig, P Bruheim, A Wentzel, ØM Jakobsen, ...
BMC genomics 11 (1), 10, 2010
1692010
New applications for phage integrases
PCM Fogg, S Colloms, S Rosser, M Stark, MCM Smith
Journal of molecular biology 426 (15), 2703-2716, 2014
1352014
Site-specific recombination by φC31 integrase and other large serine recombinases
MCM Smith, WRA Brown, AR McEwan, PA Rowley
Biochemical Society Transactions 38 (2), 388-394, 2010
1212010
The mechanism of patellamide macrocyclization revealed by the characterization of the PatG macrocyclase domain
J Koehnke, A Bent, WE Houssen, D Zollman, F Morawitz, S Shirran, ...
Nature Structural and Molecular Biology 19 (8), 767, 2012
1192012
Rapid metabolic pathway assembly and modification using serine integrase site-specific recombination
SD Colloms, CA Merrick, FJ Olorunniji, WM Stark, MCM Smith, A Osbourn, ...
Nucleic acids research 42 (4), e23-e23, 2013
1132013
Bacteriophages with tails: chasing their origins and evolution
RW Hendrix, GF Hatfull, MCM Smith
Research in microbiology 154 (4), 253-257, 2003
1132003
The complete genome sequence of the Streptomyces temperate phage φC31: evolutionary relationships to other viruses
MCM Smith, RN Burns, SE Wilson, MA Gregory
Nucleic acids research 27 (10), 2145-2155, 1999
1101999
Accuracy and efficiency define Bxb1 integrase as the best of fifteen candidate serine recombinases for the integration of DNA into the human genome
Z Xu, L Thomas, B Davies, R Chalmers, M Smith, W Brown
BMC biotechnology 13 (1), 87, 2013
1092013
A novel assay to monitor predator–prey interactions for Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus 109 J reveals a role for methyl‐accepting chemotaxis proteins in predation
C Lambert, M Smith, RE Sockett
Environmental microbiology 5 (2), 127-132, 2003
1092003
A phage protein that binds φC31 integrase to switch its directionality
T Khaleel, E Younger, AR McEwan, AS Varghese, M Smith
Molecular microbiology 80 (6), 1450-1463, 2011
962011
Purification and initial characterization of AhrC: the regulator of arginine metabolism genes in Bacillus subtilis
LG Czaplewski, AK North, MCM Smith, S Baumberg, PG Stockley
Molecular microbiology 6 (2), 267-275, 1992
961992
Natural and synthetic tetracycline-inducible promoters for use in the antibiotic-producing bacteria Streptomyces
A Rodríguez-García, P Combes, R Pérez-Redondo, MCA Smith, ...
Nucleic acids research 33 (9), e87-e87, 2005
922005
Hypervariation and phase variation in the bacteriophage ‘resistome’
PA Hoskisson, MCM Smith
Current opinion in microbiology 10 (4), 396-400, 2007
912007
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