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Matthew Jorgenson

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentMicrobiology & Immunology, College of Medicine
Address325 S. Elm St.
Mail Slot # 511
Little Rock AR 72205
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    P00007     (YOUNG, KEVIN)Mar 15, 2010 - Dec 14, 2015
    US Department of the Army
    Composition and characteristics of cell poles as a measure of bacterial growth history
    Role: Co-Investigator

    R01GM061019     (VOTH, DANIEL E)Mar 1, 2000 - Dec 31, 2021
    Bacterial cell wall synthesis, shape and septation
    Role: Co-Investigator

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    1. Kay EJ, Dooda MK, Bryant JC, Reid AJ, Wren BW, Troutman JM, Jorgenson MA. Engineering Escherichia coli for increased Und-P availability leads to material improvements in glycan expression technology. Microb Cell Fact. 2024 Mar 01; 23(1):72. PMID: 38429691.
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    2. Reid AJ, Eade CR, Jones KJ, Jorgenson MA, Troutman JM. Tracking Colanic Acid Repeat Unit Formation from Stepwise Biosynthesis Inactivation in Escherichia coli. Biochemistry. 2021 07 13; 60(27):2221-2230. PMID: 34159784.
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    3. Eade CR, Wallen TW, Gates CE, Oliverio CL, Scarbrough BA, Reid AJ, Jorgenson MA, Young KD, Troutman JM. Making the Enterobacterial Common Antigen Glycan and Measuring Its Substrate Sequestration. ACS Chem Biol. 2021 04 16; 16(4):691-700. PMID: 33740380.
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    4. Jorgenson MA, Bryant JC. A genetic screen to identify factors affected by undecaprenyl phosphate recycling uncovers novel connections to morphogenesis in Escherichia coli. Mol Microbiol. 2021 02; 115(2):191-207. PMID: 32979869.
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    5. Jorgenson MA, MacCain WJ, Meberg BM, Kannan S, Bryant JC, Young KD. Simultaneously inhibiting undecaprenyl phosphate production and peptidoglycan synthases promotes rapid lysis in Escherichia coli. Mol Microbiol. 2019 07; 112(1):233-248. PMID: 31022322.
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    6. Jorgenson MA, Young KD. YtfB, an OapA Domain-Containing Protein, Is a New Cell Division Protein in Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol. 2018 07 01; 200(13). PMID: 29686141.
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    7. Jorgenson MA. Bacterial Size: Tuning In to a Clearer Connection. Curr Biol. 2017 11 20; 27(22):R1216-R1218. PMID: 29161559.
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    8. Yahashiri A, Jorgenson MA, Weiss DS. The SPOR Domain, a Widely Conserved Peptidoglycan Binding Domain That Targets Proteins to the Site of Cell Division. J Bacteriol. 2017 07 15; 199(14). PMID: 28396350.
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    9. 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 04 01; 199(7). PMID: 28096447.
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    10. 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 11 15; 198(22):3070-3079. PMID: 27573014.
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    11. 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.
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    12. Yahashiri A, Jorgenson MA, Weiss DS. Bacterial SPOR domains are recruited to septal peptidoglycan by binding to glycan strands that lack stem peptides. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2015 Sep 08; 112(36):11347-52. PMID: 26305949.
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    13. Jorgenson MA, Chen Y, Yahashiri A, Popham DL, Weiss DS. The bacterial septal ring protein RlpA is a lytic transglycosylase that contributes to rod shape and daughter cell separation in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Mol Microbiol. 2014 Jul; 93(1):113-28. PMID: 24806796.
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