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Kevin Young

TitleDepartment Chairperson
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentMicrobiology & Immunology, College of Medicine
DivisionMicrobiology & Immunology E Coli
Address521F Biomedical Research I
325 S. Elm St.
Mail Slot # 511
Little Rock AR 72205
Phone501-526-6802
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    1. Ranjit DK, Jorgenson MA, Young KD. PBP1B Glycosyltransferase and Transpeptidase Activities Play Different Essential Roles during the De Novo Regeneration of Rod Morphology in Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2017 Apr 01; 199(7). PMID: 28096447.
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    2. Jorgenson MA, Young KD. Interrupting Biosynthesis of O Antigen or the Lipopolysaccharide Core Produces Morphological Defects in Escherichia coli by Sequestering Undecaprenyl Phosphate. J Bacteriol. 2016 Nov 15; 198(22):3070-3079. PMID: 27573014.
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    3. Young KD. Microbiology: The bacterial cell wall takes centre stage. Nature. 2016 09 29; 537(7622):622-4. PMID: 27680934.
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    4. Peters K, Kannan S, Rao VA, Biboy J, Vollmer D, Erickson SW, Lewis RJ, Young KD, Vollmer W. The Redundancy of Peptidoglycan Carboxypeptidases Ensures Robust Cell Shape Maintenance in Escherichia coli. MBio. 2016 Jun 21; 7(3). PMID: 27329754; PMCID: PMC4916385.
    5. Ranjit DK, Young KD. Colanic Acid Intermediates Prevent De Novo Shape Recovery of Escherichia coli Spheroplasts, Calling into Question Biological Roles Previously Attributed to Colanic Acid. J Bacteriol. 2016 Apr; 198(8):1230-40. PMID: 26833417; PMCID: PMC4859594 [Available on 10/15/16].
    6. Jorgenson MA, Kannan S, Laubacher ME, Young KD. Dead-end intermediates in the enterobacterial common antigen pathway induce morphological defects in Escherichia coli by competing for undecaprenyl phosphate. Mol Microbiol. 2016 Apr; 100(1):1-14. PMID: 26593043; PMCID: PMC4845916 [Available on 04/01/17].
    7. Li G, Young KD. A new suite of tnaA mutants suggests that Escherichia coli tryptophanase is regulated by intracellular sequestration and by occlusion of its active site. BMC Microbiol. 2015 Feb 04; 15:14. PMID: 25650045; PMCID: PMC4323232.
    8. Li G, Young KD. A cAMP-independent carbohydrate-driven mechanism inhibits tnaA expression and TnaA enzyme activity in Escherichia coli. Microbiology. 2014 Sep; 160(Pt 9):2079-88. PMID: 25061041.
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    9. Young KD. Microbiology. A flipping cell wall ferry. Science. 2014 Jul 11; 345(6193):139-40. PMID: 25013047.
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    10. Young KD. Unwrapping bacteria. PLoS Genet. 2014 Jan; 10(1):e1004054. PMID: 24391518; PMCID: PMC3879164.
    11. Vega DE, Young KD. Accumulation of periplasmic enterobactin impairs the growth and morphology of Escherichia coli tolC mutants. Mol Microbiol. 2014 Feb; 91(3):508-21. PMID: 24330203.
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    12. Evans KL, Kannan S, Li G, de Pedro MA, Young KD. Eliminating a set of four penicillin binding proteins triggers the Rcs phosphorelay and Cpx stress responses in Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2013 Oct; 195(19):4415-24. PMID: 23893115; PMCID: PMC3807471.
    13. Ranjit DK, Young KD. The Rcs stress response and accessory envelope proteins are required for de novo generation of cell shape in Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2013 Jun; 195(11):2452-62. PMID: 23543719; PMCID: PMC3676047.
    14. Li G, Young KD. Indole production by the tryptophanase TnaA in Escherichia coli is determined by the amount of exogenous tryptophan. Microbiology. 2013 Feb; 159(Pt 2):402-10. PMID: 23397453.
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    15. Marshall WF, Young KD, Swaffer M, Wood E, Nurse P, Kimura A, Frankel J, Wallingford J, Walbot V, Qu X, Roeder AH. What determines cell size? BMC Biol. 2012 Dec 14; 10:101. PMID: 23241366; PMCID: PMC3522064.
    16. Laubacher ME, Melquist AL, Chandramohan L, Young KD. Cell sorting enriches Escherichia coli mutants that rely on peptidoglycan endopeptidases to suppress highly aberrant morphologies. J Bacteriol. 2013 Feb; 195(4):855-66. PMID: 23243305; PMCID: PMC3562112.
    17. Potluri LP, Kannan S, Young KD. ZipA is required for FtsZ-dependent preseptal peptidoglycan synthesis prior to invagination during cell division. J Bacteriol. 2012 Oct; 194(19):5334-42. PMID: 22843850; PMCID: PMC3457195.
    18. Potluri LP, de Pedro MA, Young KD. Escherichia coli low-molecular-weight penicillin-binding proteins help orient septal FtsZ, and their absence leads to asymmetric cell division and branching. Mol Microbiol. 2012 Apr; 84(2):203-24. PMID: 22390731; PMCID: PMC3323748.
    19. Li G, Young KD. Isolation and identification of new inner membrane-associated proteins that localize to cell poles in Escherichia coli. Mol Microbiol. 2012 Apr; 84(2):276-95. PMID: 22380631.
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    20. Kevin D. Young, Li, Gang. Isolation and identification of new inner membrane-associated proteins that localize to cell poles in Escherichia coli. Mol. Microbiol. 2012; 84:276-295.
    21. Kevin D. Young, Lakshmi-Prasad Potluri, Suresh Kannan. ZipA is required for FtsZ-dependent pre-septal peptidoglycan synthesis prior to invagination during cell division. J. Bacteriol. 2012; 194:5334-5342.
    22. Kevin D. Young. Microbes and Evolution: The World That Darwin Never Saw. The ship that lead to shape. 2012; 36.
    23. Kevin D. Young. The ship that lead to shape. 2012; Chapter 36, pp 263-268.
    24. Kevin D. Young. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (ELS). 2011.
    25. Kevin D. Young. American Society for Microbiology and the Origin of Species. The ship that lead to shape. 2011; xx.
    26. Kevin D. Young. The ship that lead to shape. 2011.
    27. Kevin D. Young. Cell *********. New ways to make old walls: bacterial surprises. 2011.
    28. Young KD. New ways to make old walls: bacterial surprises. Cell. 2010 Dec 23; 143(7):1042-4. PMID: 21183069.
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    29. Kevin D. Young. A Twist in the Story. In: Small Things Considered. 2010.
    30. Potluri L, Karczmarek A, Verheul J, Piette A, Wilkin JM, Werth N, Banzhaf M, Vollmer W, Young KD, Nguyen-Distèche M, den Blaauwen T. Septal and lateral wall localization of PBP5, the major D,D-carboxypeptidase of Escherichia coli, requires substrate recognition and membrane attachment. Mol Microbiol. 2010 Jul; 77(2):300-23. PMID: 20545860; PMCID: PMC2909392.
    31. Young KD. Bacterial shape: two-dimensional questions and possibilities. Annu Rev Microbiol. 2010; 64:223-40. PMID: 20825347; PMCID: PMC3559087.
    32. Young K. (In Press). 2010. Chapter 64. Bacterial shape:two-dimensional questions and possibilities. Bacterial Cell Shape Determination . Ann. Rev. Microbiol. Bacterial shape:two-dimensional questions and possibilities. Bacterial Cell Shape Determination . Ann. Rev. Microbiol. 2010; 64.
    33. Kevin D. Young. Ann. Rev. Microbiol. Bacterial shape: two-dimensional questions and possibilities. 2010; 64.
    34. Young K. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences(ELS). Bacterial Cell Wall. 2010.
    35. Chowdhury C, Nayak TR, Young KD, Ghosh AS. A weak DD-carboxypeptidase activity explains the inability of PBP 6 to substitute for PBP 5 in maintaining normal cell shape in Escherichia coli. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2010 Feb; 303(1):76-83. PMID: 20015336; PMCID: PMC3013634.
    36. Varma A, Young KD. In Escherichia coli, MreB and FtsZ direct the synthesis of lateral cell wall via independent pathways that require PBP 2. J Bacteriol. 2009 Jun; 191(11):3526-33. PMID: 19346310; PMCID: PMC2681889.
    37. Varma A, Huang KC, Young KD. The Min system as a general cell geometry detection mechanism: branch lengths in Y-shaped Escherichia coli cells affect Min oscillation patterns and division dynamics. J Bacteriol. 2008 Mar; 190(6):2106-17. PMID: 18178745; PMCID: PMC2258890.
    38. Young K. J. Bacteriol. Why spherical E coli dies: The inside story. 2008; pp 1497-1498.
    39. Archana Varma, Kerwin Huang, Young K. Min proteins as a general cell geometry detection system: Cell shape determines the patterns of Min protein oscillation in aberrantly shaped Escherichia coli. J. Bacteriol. 2008; 190:2106-2117.
    40. Young KD. Why spherical Escherichia coli dies: the inside story. J Bacteriol. 2008 Mar; 190(5):1497-8. PMID: 18165295; PMCID: PMC2258677.
    41. Young KD. Bacterial morphology: why have different shapes? Curr Opin Microbiol. 2007 Dec; 10(6):596-600. PMID: 17981076; PMCID: PMC2169503.
    42. Young KD. Reforming L forms: they need part of a wall after all? J Bacteriol. 2007 Sep; 189(18):6509-11. PMID: 17644588; PMCID: PMC2045177.
    43. Varma A, de Pedro MA, Young KD. FtsZ directs a second mode of peptidoglycan synthesis in Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2007 Aug; 189(15):5692-704. PMID: 17513471; PMCID: PMC1951832.
    44. Priyadarshini R, de Pedro MA, Young KD. Role of peptidoglycan amidases in the development and morphology of the division septum in Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2007 Jul; 189(14):5334-47. PMID: 17483214; PMCID: PMC1951850.
    45. Young. Curr. Opin. Microbiol. Bacteriol morphology: why have different shapes?. 2007; pp 596-600.
    46. Young. J. Bacteriol. Reforming L-forms: they need part of a wall after all?. 2007; pp 6509-6511.
    47. Ghosh AS, Melquist AL, Young KD. Loss of O-antigen increases cell shape abnormalities in penicillin-binding protein mutants of Escherichia coli. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2006 Oct; 263(2):252-7. PMID: 16978365; PMCID: PMC3646521.
    48. Young KD. The selective value of bacterial shape. Microbiol Mol Biol Rev. 2006 Sep; 70(3):660-703. PMID: 16959965; PMCID: PMC1594593.
    49. Priyadarshini R, Popham DL, Young KD. Daughter cell separation by penicillin-binding proteins and peptidoglycan amidases in Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2006 Aug; 188(15):5345-55. PMID: 16855223; PMCID: PMC1540038.
    50. Young KD. Too many strictures on structure. Trends Microbiol. 2006 Apr; 14(4):155-6. PMID: 16517166.
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    51. Young. Trends Microbiol. Too many strictures on structure. 2006; pp 155-156.
    52. Young. Microbiol. Molec. Biol. Rev. The selective value of bacterial shape. 2006; pp 660-703.
    53. Gallant CV, Daniels C, Leung JM, Ghosh AS, Young KD, Kotra LP, Burrows LL. Common beta-lactamases inhibit bacterial biofilm formation. Mol Microbiol. 2005 Nov; 58(4):1012-24. PMID: 16262787; PMCID: PMC3097517.
    54. Ghosh AS, Young KD. Helical disposition of proteins and lipopolysaccharide in the outer membrane of Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2005 Mar; 187(6):1913-22. PMID: 15743937; PMCID: PMC1064060.
    55. Gallant C V, C Daniels, J M Leung, A S Ghosh, Young, L P Kotra, Lori L Burrows. Common B-lactamases inhibit bacterial biofilm formation. Mol. Microbiol. 2005; 58:1012-1024.
    56. Meberg BM, Paulson AL, Priyadarshini R, Young KD. Endopeptidase penicillin-binding proteins 4 and 7 play auxiliary roles in determining uniform morphology of Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2004 Dec; 186(24):8326-36. PMID: 15576782; PMCID: PMC532442.
    57. Varma A, Young KD. FtsZ collaborates with penicillin binding proteins to generate bacterial cell shape in Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2004 Oct; 186(20):6768-74. PMID: 15466028; PMCID: PMC522200.
    58. Nilsen T, Ghosh AS, Goldberg MB, Young KD. Branching sites and morphological abnormalities behave as ectopic poles in shape-defective Escherichia coli. Mol Microbiol. 2004 May; 52(4):1045-54. PMID: 15130123; PMCID: PMC3097518.
    59. Li SY, Höltje JV, Young KD. Comparison of high-performance liquid chromatography and fluorophore-assisted carbohydrate electrophoresis methods for analyzing peptidoglycan composition of Escherichia coli. Anal Biochem. 2004 Mar 01; 326(1):1-12. PMID: 14769329; PMCID: PMC3086757.
    60. Shi-Yan Li, Jochem-Volker Holtje, Young. Comparison of HPLC and flurophore-assisted carbohydrate electrophoresis (FACE) methods for analyzing peptidoglycan composition of Escherichia coli. Anal. Biochem. 2004; 326:1-12.
    61. Archana Varma, Young. FtsZ and low molecular weight penicillin binding proteins collaborate to create the uniform cell shape of Escherichia coli. J. Bacteriol. 2004; 186:6768-6774.
    62. Popham DL, Young KD. Role of penicillin-binding proteins in bacterial cell morphogenesis. Curr Opin Microbiol. 2003 Dec; 6(6):594-9. PMID: 14662355.
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    63. Sailer FC, Meberg BM, Young KD. beta-Lactam induction of colanic acid gene expression in Escherichia coli. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2003 Sep 26; 226(2):245-9. PMID: 14553918.
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    64. Young KD. Bacterial shape. Mol Microbiol. 2003 Aug; 49(3):571-80. PMID: 12914007.
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    65. Ghosh AS, Young KD. Sequences near the active site in chimeric penicillin binding proteins 5 and 6 affect uniform morphology of Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2003 Apr; 185(7):2178-86. PMID: 12644487; PMCID: PMC151496.
    66. de Pedro MA, Young KD, Höltje JV, Schwarz H. Branching of Escherichia coli cells arises from multiple sites of inert peptidoglycan. J Bacteriol. 2003 Feb; 185(4):1147-52. PMID: 12562782; PMCID: PMC142844.
    67. Young. Mol. Microbiol. Bacterial shape. 2003; pp 571-580.
    68. Francis C. Sailer, Bernadette M Meberg, Young. B-lactum induction of colanic acid gene expression in Escherichia coli. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 2003; 226:245-249.
    69. David L. Popham, Young. Curr. Opin. Microbiol. Role od penicillin-binding proteins in bacterial cell morphogenesis. 2003; pp 594-599.
    70. Anindya S. Gosh, Young. Sequences near the active sites of chimeric penicillin binding proteins 5 and 6 affect the ability to maintain uniform morphology of Escherichia coli. J. Bacteriol. 2003; 185:2178-2186.
    71. Nelson DE, Ghosh AS, Paulson AL, Young KD. Contribution of membrane-binding and enzymatic domains of penicillin binding protein 5 to maintenance of uniform cellular morphology of Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2002 Jul; 184(13):3630-9. PMID: 12057958; PMCID: PMC135147.
    72. David E. Nelson, Anindya S. Gosh, Avery L. Paulson, Young. Contribution of membrane-binding and ezymatic domains of penicillin binding protein 5 to maintenance of uniform cellular morphology of Escherichia coli. J. Bacteriol. 2002; 184:3630-3639.
    73. Meberg BM, Sailer FC, Nelson DE, Young KD. Reconstruction of Escherichia coli mrcA (PBP 1a) mutants lacking multiple combinations of penicillin binding proteins. J Bacteriol. 2001 Oct; 183(20):6148-9. PMID: 11567017; PMCID: PMC99696.
    74. Nelson DE, Young KD. Contributions of PBP 5 and DD-carboxypeptidase penicillin binding proteins to maintenance of cell shape in Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2001 May; 183(10):3055-64. PMID: 11325933; PMCID: PMC95205.
    75. Young KD. Approaching the physiological functions of penicillin-binding proteins in Escherichia coli. Biochimie. 2001 Jan; 83(1):99-102. PMID: 11254981.
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    76. Young. 2001. Chapter 83:99-102. Approaching the physiological functions of penicillin binding proteins in Escherichia coli . Approaching the physiological functions of penicillin binding proteins in Escherichia coli. 2001; 83:99-102.
    77. Bernadette M. Meberg, Frances C. Sailer, David E. Nelson, Young. Reconstruction of Escherichia coli mrcA (PBP la) mutants lacking multiple combinations of penicillin binding proteins. J. Bacteriol. 2001; 183:6148-6149.
    78. Young. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Peptidoglycan. 2001.
    79. Nelson DE, Young KD. Penicillin binding protein 5 affects cell diameter, contour, and morphology of Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2000 Mar; 182(6):1714-21. PMID: 10692378; PMCID: PMC94470.
    80. Denome SA, Elf PK, Henderson TA, Nelson DE, Young KD. Escherichia coli mutants lacking all possible combinations of eight penicillin binding proteins: viability, characteristics, and implications for peptidoglycan synthesis. J Bacteriol. 1999 Jul; 181(13):3981-93. PMID: 10383966; PMCID: PMC93888.
    81. Young KD, Menegazzi JJ, Lewis RJ. Statistical methodology: IX. survival analysis. Acad Emerg Med. 1999 Mar; 6(3):244-9. PMID: 10192678.
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    82. Song J, Xie G, Elf PK, Young KD, Jensen RA. Comparative analysis of Pseudomonas aeruginosa penicillin-binding protein 7 in the context of its membership in the family of low-molecular-mass PBPs. Microbiology. 1998 Apr; 144 ( Pt 4):975-83. PMID: 9579071.
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    83. Young. Methods in Microbiology. Techniques for analysis of peptidoglycan. 1998; pp 277-286.
    84. J Song, G Xie, P K Elf, Young, R A Jensen. Comparative analysis of Pseudomonas aeruginosa penicillin-binding protein 7 in the context of its membership in the family of low-molecular weight PBPs. Microbiol. 1998; 144:975-983.
    85. Henderson TA, Young KD, Denome SA, Elf PK. AmpC and AmpH, proteins related to the class C beta-lactamases, bind penicillin and contribute to the normal morphology of Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 1997 Oct; 179(19):6112-21. PMID: 9324260; PMCID: PMC179516.
    86. Roof WD, Fang HQ, Young KD, Sun J, Young R. Mutational analysis of slyD, an Escherichia coli gene encoding a protein of the FKBP immunophilin family. Mol Microbiol. 1997 Sep; 25(6):1031-46. PMID: 9350861.
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    87. Sanders CC, Bradford PA, Ehrhardt AF, Bush K, Young KD, Henderson TA, Sanders WE. Penicillin-binding proteins and induction of AmpC beta-lactamase. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 1997 Sep; 41(9):2013-5. PMID: 9303404; PMCID: PMC164055.
    88. Young KD, Lewis RJ. What is confidence? Part 1: The use and interpretation of confidence intervals. Ann Emerg Med. 1997 Sep; 30(3):307-10. PMID: 9287892.
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    89. Young KD, Lewis RJ. What is confidence? Part 2: Detailed definition and determination of confidence intervals. Ann Emerg Med. 1997 Sep; 30(3):311-8. PMID: 9287893.
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    90. Horne SM, Kottom TJ, Nolan LK, Young KD. Decreased intracellular survival of an fkpA mutant of Salmonella typhimurium Copenhagen. Infect Immun. 1997 Feb; 65(2):806-10. PMID: 9009347; PMCID: PMC176130.
    91. Henderson T A, Young, S A Denome, P K Elf. AmpC and AmpH, proteins related to the class C B-lactamases, bind penicillin and contribute to the normal morphology of Escherichia coli. J. Bacteriol. 1997; 179:6112-6121.
    92. Sanders C C, P A Bradford, A F Ehrhardt, K Bush, K D Young, T A Henderson, W E Sanders Jr. Penicillin-binding proteins and induction of AmpC B-lactamase. Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 1997; 41:2013-2015.
    93. Rahfeld JU, Rücknagel KP, Stoller G, Horne SM, Schierhorn A, Young KD, Fischer G. Isolation and amino acid sequence of a new 22-kDa FKBP-like peptidyl-prolyl cis/trans-isomerase of Escherichia coli. Similarity to Mip-like proteins of pathogenic bacteria. J Biol Chem. 1996 Sep 06; 271(36):22130-8. PMID: 8703024.
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    94. Young KD. A simple gel electrophoretic method for analyzing the muropeptide composition of bacterial peptidoglycan. J Bacteriol. 1996 Jul; 178(13):3962-6. PMID: 8682805; PMCID: PMC232661.
    95. Rahfeld J-U, K P Rucknagel, G Stoller, S M Horne, A Schierhorn, Young, G Fischer. Isolation and amino acid sequence of a new 22 kDa FKBP-like pepitydlprolyl cis/trans isomerase of Escherichia coli: similarity to Mip-like proteins of pathogenic bacteria. J. Biol. Chem. 1996; 271:22130-22138.
    96. Denome SA, Young KD. Identification and activity of two insertion sequence elements in Rhodococcus sp. strain IGTS8. Gene. 1995 Aug 08; 161(1):33-8. PMID: 7642133.
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    97. Horne SM, Young KD. Escherichia coli and other species of the Enterobacteriaceae encode a protein similar to the family of Mip-like FK506-binding proteins. Arch Microbiol. 1995 May; 163(5):357-65. PMID: 7540828.
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    98. Henderson TA, Templin M, Young KD. Identification and cloning of the gene encoding penicillin-binding protein 7 of Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 1995 Apr; 177(8):2074-9. PMID: 7721700; PMCID: PMC176851.
    99. Horne S H, Young. Escherichia coli and other species of the Enterobacteriaceae encode a protein related to the family of Mip-like FK506 binding proteins. Arch. Microbiol. 1995; 163:357-365.
    100. Young. Proceedings of the Ninth Symposium on the Actinomycetes, All- Russian Scientific Research Institute for Genetics and Selection of Industrial Microorganisms. Biochemistry and genetics of a plasmid-borne desulfurization pathway in Rhodococcus. 1995; pp 145-149.
    101. Denome SA, Oldfield C, Nash LJ, Young KD. Characterization of the desulfurization genes from Rhodococcus sp. strain IGTS8. J Bacteriol. 1994 Nov; 176(21):6707-16. PMID: 7961424; PMCID: PMC197028.
    102. Roof WD, Horne SM, Young KD, Young R. slyD, a host gene required for phi X174 lysis, is related to the FK506-binding protein family of peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans-isomerases. J Biol Chem. 1994 Jan 28; 269(4):2902-10. PMID: 8300625.
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    103. Dombrosky PM, Schmid MB, Young KD. Sequence divergence of the murB and rrfB genes from Escherichia coli and Salmonella typhimurium. Arch Microbiol. 1994; 161(6):501-7. PMID: 8048842.
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    104. Henderson TA, Dombrosky PM, Young KD. Artifactual processing of penicillin-binding proteins 7 and 1b by the OmpT protease of Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 1994 Jan; 176(1):256-9. PMID: 8282705; PMCID: PMC205039.
    105. Roof W D, S M Horne, Young, R Young. slyD, a host gene required for oX174 lysis, is related to the FKBP family of peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerases. J. Biol. Chem. 1994; 269:2902-2910.
    106. Denome SA, Stanley DC, Olson ES, Young KD. Metabolism of dibenzothiophene and naphthalene in Pseudomonas strains: complete DNA sequence of an upper naphthalene catabolic pathway. J Bacteriol. 1993 Nov; 175(21):6890-901. PMID: 8226631; PMCID: PMC206814.
    107. Denome SA, Olson ES, Young KD. Identification and Cloning of Genes Involved in Specific Desulfurization of Dibenzothiophene by Rhodococcus sp. Strain IGTS8. Appl Environ Microbiol. 1993 Sep; 59(9):2837-43. PMID: 16349035.
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    108. Denome S A, D C Stanley, E S Olson, Young. Metabolism of dibenzothiophene and naphthalene in Psedomonas: complete DNA sequence of an upper naphthalene catabolic pathway. J. Bacteriol. 1993; 175:6890-6901.
    109. Young. Microbial transformations of low rank coals. Genetic manipulation of coal-biotransforming microorganisms. 1993; pp 171-211.
    110. Licht J, D Gally, T Henderson, Young, S Cooper. Effect of mecillinam on peptidoglycan synthesis during the division cycle of Salmonella typhimurium 2616. Res. Microbiol. 1993; 144:423-433.
    111. Denome S A, E S Olson, Young. Identification and cloning of genes involved in specific desulfurization of dibenzothiophene by Rhodococcus rhodochrous IGTS8. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 1993; 59:2837-2843.
    112. Powell JK, Young KD. Lysis of Escherichia coli by beta-lactams which bind penicillin-binding proteins 1a and 1b: inhibition by heat shock proteins. J Bacteriol. 1991 Jul; 173(13):4021-6. PMID: 2061284; PMCID: PMC208049.
    113. Jacoby GH, Young KD. Cell cycle-independent lysis of Escherichia coli by cefsulodin, an inhibitor of penicillin-binding proteins 1a and 1b. J Bacteriol. 1991 Jan; 173(1):1-5. PMID: 1987110; PMCID: PMC207148.
    114. Powell J K, Young. Lysis of Escherichia coli by B-lactams which bind penicillin binding proteins 1a and 1b: inhibition of lysis by heat shock proteins. J. Bacteriol. 1991; 173:4021-4026.
    115. Jacoby GH, Young KD. Heterogeneity among membrane vesicles of Escherichia coli: effects of production and fractionation techniques. Anal Biochem. 1990 Jan; 184(1):48-54. PMID: 2108588.
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    116. Leidenix MJ, Jacoby GH, Henderson TA, Young KD. Separation of Escherichia coli penicillin-binding proteins into different membrane vesicles by agarose electrophoresis and sizing chromatography. J Bacteriol. 1989 Oct; 171(10):5680-6. PMID: 2676988; PMCID: PMC210414.
    117. Young KD, Anderson RJ, Hafner RJ. Lysis of Escherichia coli by the bacteriophage phi X174 E protein: inhibition of lysis by heat shock proteins. J Bacteriol. 1989 Aug; 171(8):4334-41. PMID: 2568986; PMCID: PMC210209.
    118. Young, R J Anderson, R J Hafner. Lysis of Escherichia coli by the bacteriophage oX174 protein:inhibition of lysis by heat shock proteins. J. Bacteriol. 1989; 171:4334-4341.
    119. Jacoby GH, Young KD. Unequal distribution of penicillin-binding proteins among inner membrane vesicles of Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 1988 Aug; 170(8):3660-7. PMID: 3042758; PMCID: PMC211342.
    120. Altman E, Young, J Garrett, R Altman, R Young. Subcellular localization of lethal lysis proteins of bacteriophages y and oX174. J Virol. 1985; 53:1008-1011.
    121. Maratea D, Young, R Young. Deletion and fusion analysis of the phage oX174 lysis gene E. Gene. 1985; 40:39-46.
    122. Young, H W Larsh. Antigens and chemical composition of Blastomyces dermatitidis. Mycopathologia. 1982; 78:47-63.
    123. Young, R Young. Lytic action of cloned oX174 gene E. J Virol. 1982; 44:993-1002.
    124. Young, H W Larsh. Production and characterization of a hybridomaderived antibody to Blastomyces dermatitidis. J. Clin. Microbiol. 1982; 15:204-207.
    125. Young, H W Larsh. Identification of the active precipitin component in a purified preparation of the A antigen of Blastomyces dermatitidis. Infect. Immun. 1981; 33:171-177.
    126. Young, H W Larsh. In vitro interactions of mixed and unmixed syngeneic and allogeneic mouse macrophages. Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 1979; 59:89-93.
    127. Richa Priyadarshini (Poster), Young. Role of penicillin binding proteins in bacterial cell separation. 104th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    128. Miguel A. de Pedro, Archana Varma, Young. Topographical mapping of peptidoglycan insertion domains in sacculi of Escherichia coli by vancomycin affinity labeling and immunoflourescence microscopy.
    129. Anindya S. Ghosh (Poster), Marcia Goldberg, Young. 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology ; May 18-22, 2003 ; Washington, DC . 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    130. Archana Varma (Poster), Young. FtsZ penicillin binding proteins and murein hydrolases work together to maintain cell shape and integrity in Escherichia coli. 104th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    131. Berbadette Meberg (Poster), Young. The role of PBP 1B cell growth and survival of E. coli in stationary phase. 106th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    132. Archana Varma, Richa Priyadarshini, Young K. Effects of penicillin binding proteins on oscillation of Min proteins and cell separation in in aberrantly shaped and branched cells of Escherichia coli. Second ASM Conference on Prokaryotic Development.
    133. Kevin D. Young, Daniel Vega. Conditional subcellular localization of the AcrAB-TolC complex in Escherichia coli.
    134. Avery L. Paulson (Poster), David E. Nelson, Anindya S. Ghosh, Young. Contributions of multiple low molecular weight penicillin binding proteins to uniform cellular morphology of E coli. 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    135. Kevin D. Young, Li, Gang. In Escherichia coli, indole production by the tryptophanase TnaA is determined by the amount of exogenous tryptophan. J. Submitted.
    136. Richa Priyadarshini (Poster), Miguel de Pedro, Young. Division site associated ringlike structures in sacculi purified from Echerichia coli amidase mutants. 106th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    137. Young K. A balanced activity of MreB, FtsZ and penicillin binding protein 5 creates a rod shaped E coli cell. 106th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    138. Claude V. Gallant (Poster), Anindya S. Ghosh, Lakshmi Kotra, Young, Jacqueline Leung, Lori L. Burrows. Mutation of individual peptidoglycan biosynthetic proteins affects virulence-related phenotypes (including biofilm formation) in a cumulative manner. Bacterial Cell Surfaces, Gordon Research Conference.
    139. Avery L. Paulson, Bernadette M. Meberg, Young. Effect of yrfE, the yrfF operon, and penicillin binding proteins ina refractory phenotype to the B-lactam antibiotics mecillinam and aztreonam. Molecular Genetics of Bacteria and Phages.
    140. Archana Varma (Poster), Young. FtsZ directs side wall murein synthesis and tethers the murein biosynthetic machinery in E coli. Molecular Genetics of Bacteria and Phages.
    141. Gang Li (Poster), Sarah E Vestal,, Kevin D. Young. The presence of certain carbohydrates regulates TnaA tryptophanase activity and polar localization in Escherichia coli.
    142. Anindya S. Ghosh (Poster), Young. Intact O-antigen reduces cell shape abnormalities in penicillin-binding protein mutants of Escherichia coli. 104th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    143. Anindya S. Ghosh (Poster), David E. Nelson, Young. The domain of PBP 5 responsible for maintenance of normal cell shape in E coli. 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    144. Young. Shaping cells with penicillin binding proteins and FtsZ. 105th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    145. Daniel Vega (Poster), Kevin D. Young. Conditional subcellular localization of the AcrAB-TolC complex in Escherichia coli.
    146. Miguel A. de Pedro, Archana Varma, Kevin D. Young. Topographical mapping of peptidoglycan insertion domains in sacculi of Escherichia coli by vancomycin affinity labeling and immunofluorescence microscopy.
    147. William Margolin (Covener), Young. Getting in Shape and Staying in Shape: The Molecular Basis for Bacterial Cell Morphology. 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    148. Bernadette Meberg (Poster), Young. PBP 1b is essential for survival of E coli in the absence of suppressors. Molecular Genetics of Bacteria and Phages.
    149. Young, David Nelson, Fran Sailer, Jessica Haug. Physiological functions of different penicillin binding proteins of E coli. Gordon Research Conference.
    150. Archana Varma (Poster and Speaker), Young. E coli does the Twist; New relationships between FtsZ and the low molecular weight penicillin binding proteins. Bacterial Cell Surfaces, Gordon Research Conference.
    151. Laksmiprasad Potluri (Poster), Young. The role of penicillin binding proteins in cell shape maintenance and pre-septal peptidoglycan synthesis in Escherichia coli. 108th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    152. Claude V. Gallant (Poster), Anindya Ghosh, Young. Penicillin-binding and penicillin-breaking proteins:their effects on Escherichia coli biofilm formation. ASM Conference on Biofilms 2003.
    153. Kevin D. Young, Gang Li, Sarah E Vestal. The presence of certain carbohydrates regulates TnaA tryptophanase activity and polar localization in Escherichia coli.
    154. Laubacher, Mary E., Amy Melquist, Lakshmi Chandramohan. Cell sorting enriches E. coli mutants that rely on peptidoglycan endopeptidases to suppress highly aberrant morphologies. Submitted.
    155. Laksmiprasad Potluri (Poster), Young. The role of penicillin binding proteins in cell shape maintenance and pre-septal peptidoglycan synthesis in Escherichia coli. Gordon Conference, Bacterial Cell Surfaces.
    156. Richa Priyadarshini (oral presentation), Young. Role of penicillin binding proteins and amidases in cell separation and chaining in Escherichia coli. Molecular Genetics of Bacteria and Phages.
    157. Archana Varma (Poster), Young. FtsZ participates with penicillin binding proteins to determine ,orphology of Escherichia coli. Molecular Genetics of Bacteria and Phages.
    158. Lakshmiprasad Potluri (Poster), Young. Overexpression of FtsZ in PBP mutants of Escherichia coli enhances cell branching. Molecular Genetics of Bacteria and Phages.
    159. Dev Ranjit. The transition of lysozyme induced spheroplasts of E. coli into normal rod shape requires Rcs-phosphorelay and PBP1B.
    160. David E. Nelson, Young. Differentiating the roles of the low molecular weight DD-carboxypeptidase PBPs of Escherichia coli. American Society for Microbiologists.
    161. Young, David Popham (Co-Covener). Symposium Peptidoglycan Metabolism and Cell Shape. 105th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    162. Dev Ranjit (Poster), Kevin D. Young. The transition of lysozyme induced spheroplasts of E. coli into normal rod shape requires Rcs-phosphorelay and PBP1B.
    163. Archana Varma (Poster), Miguel de Pedro, Young. FtsZ and penicillin binding protein 5 moderate MreB-directed formation of spiral cells. Gordon Conference, Bacterial Cell Surfaces.
    164. Amy Melquist (Poster), Young. Isolation of Shape Subpopulations of Escherichia coli by Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting. 106th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    165. Archana Varma (Poster), Young. Localization of FtsZ rings and oscillation of Min proteins in aberrantly shaped and branched cells of E. coli. 105th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
    166. Richa Priyadarshini (Poster), Young. Role of penicillin binding proteins and amidases in cell separation and chaining in Escherichia coli. 105th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
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