Philippe Cluzel

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cell, network, chemotaxis, bacteria, motor protein


35. Emonet T. and Cluzel P. Relationship between cellular response and behavioral variability in bacterial chemotaxis, PNAS, 105 (9), 3304-3309 (2008).

36. Korobkova E., Emonet T., Park H, Cluzel P. Hidden stochastic nature of a single bacterial motor, Phys. Rev. Letters, 96, 58105 (2006).

37. Oikonomou P. and Cluzel P. Effects of topology on network evolution, Nature Physics, 2 (8), 532-536 (2006).

38. Korobkova E., Emonet T., Vilar J., Shimizu T. & Cluzel P. From molecular noise to behavioral variability in a single bacterium, Nature, 428, 574-578 (2004).

39. Le TT, Emonet T., Harlepp S., Guet CC, Cluzel P. Dynamical determinants of inducible gene expression in a single bacterium, Biophysical J., 90(9):3315-21 (2006).

40. Aldana M. and Cluzel P. A natural class of robust networks, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U S A. 22;100(15):8710-4. (2003).

41. Bainer R, Park H. and Cluzel P. A high-throughput capillary assay for bacterial chemotaxis, J Microbiol Methods. 55(1):315-9 (2003).

42. Manneville S., Cluzel P., Viovy J-L, Chatenay D, Caron F. Evidence for universal scaling behavior of a freely relaxing DNA molecule, Europhysics Letters 36: 413-418 (1996).

Added for AP225 Fall 2011

PC43. Park H., Pontius W., Guet C.C., Marko J.F., Emonet T. and Cluzel P. Interdependence of behavioural variability and response to small stimuli in bacteria, Nature, online 14 Nov. (2010).

PC44. Park H., Guet C.C., Emonet T. and Cluzel P. Fine-tuning of chemotactic response in E. coli determined by high-throughput capillary assay, Current Microbiology, online Oct. 24, (2010).

Added for AP225 Fall 2012

PC45. Wood K., Nishida S., Sontag E.D., and Cluzel P. Mechanism-independent method for predicting response to multidrug combinations in bacteria, PNAS, published online before print July 5, 2012

PC46. Moffitt J., Lee J.B., and Cluzel P. The single-cell chemostat: an agarose-based, microfluidic device for high-throughput, single-cell studies of bacteria and bacterial communities, Lab on a Chip, Apr 21; 12(8): 1487-1494, Epub Mar 7 (2012).

PC47. Park H., Oikonomou P., Guet C.C., and Cluzel P. Noise underlies switching behavior of the bacterial flagellum, Biophysical Journal, Nov 16; 101(10): 2336-40, Epub Nov 15 (2011).