Member of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)
Kirsten Skarstad mainly investigates DnaA, DNA replication, DNA, Molecular biology and SeqA protein domain. The subject of her DnaA research is within the realm of Genetics. Her work in DNA replication addresses issues such as dnaB helicase, which are connected to fields such as Base pair and HU Protein.
Kirsten Skarstad studies DNA, namely Replication Initiation. Her Molecular biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cell cycle, DNA-binding protein and Escherichia coli. Her SeqA protein domain research also works with subjects such as
Her primary areas of study are DNA replication, SeqA protein domain, DNA, DnaA and Genetics. Her work carried out in the field of DNA replication brings together such families of science as Cell cycle, Mutant, Molecular biology and Cell biology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Replication factor C and Binding site in addition to SeqA protein domain.
Her research integrates issues of Cell and Gene, Escherichia coli in her study of DNA. Kirsten Skarstad has researched DnaA in several fields, including Pre-replication complex, Replication Initiation and dnaB helicase. In general Genetics, her work in Chromosome, Chromosome replication and SOS response is often linked to ChIP-on-chip linking many areas of study.
Kirsten Skarstad mainly investigates DNA replication, Cell biology, DNA, Cell cycle and SeqA protein domain. Origin recognition complex, DnaA and Pre-replication complex are the core of her DNA replication study. Her Origin recognition complex research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Plasmid and Cell division.
Her research brings together the fields of Molecular biology and DnaA. The Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Nucleoid, Mutant, Gene, Escherichia coli and Replisome. Genetics covers Kirsten Skarstad research in DNA.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in DNA replication, Cell cycle, DNA, Genetics and Nucleoid. Her work in Pre-replication complex, DnaA and Origin recognition complex is related to DNA replication. She combines subjects such as Chromosome, Flow cytometry and DNA-binding protein with her study of Cell cycle.
When carried out as part of a general DNA research project, her work on SOS response is frequently linked to work in Dna compaction, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Her study in the field of Escherichia coli also crosses realms of Simulation software. Her Nucleoid course of study focuses on Cell membrane and Cell biology.
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Timing of initiation of chromosome replication in individual Escherichia coli cells.
Kirsten Skarstad;Erik Boye;H. B. Steen.
The EMBO Journal (1986)
The DnaA protein determines the initiation mass of Escherichia coli K-12.
Anders Løbner-Olesen;Kirsten Skarstad;Flemming G. Hansen;Kaspar von Meyenburg.
E. coli SeqA protein binds oriC in two different methyl-modulated reactions appropriate to its roles in DNA replication initiation and origin sequestration
Steven Slater;Sture Wold;Min Lu;Erik Boye.
Regulating DNA Replication in Bacteria
Kirsten Skarstad;Tsutomu Katayama.
Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology (2013)
Coordinating DNA replication initiation with cell growth: differential roles for DnaA and SeqA proteins
Erik Boye;Trond Stokke;Nancy Kleckner;Kirsten Skarstad.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1996)
The initiator protein DnaA: evolution, properties and function
Kirsten Skarstad;Erik Boye.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (1994)
Limiting DNA replication to once and only once
Erik Boye;Anders Løbner-Olesen;Kirsten Skarstad.
EMBO Reports (2000)
Strand separation required for initiation of replication at the chromosomal origin of E.coli is facilitated by a distant RNA-DNA hybrid
Kirsten Skarstad;Tania A. Baker;Arthur Kornberg.
The EMBO Journal (1990)
Transcriptional activation of promoters of the superoxide and multiple antibiotic resistance regulons by Rob, a binding protein of the Escherichia coli origin of chromosomal replication
Kam Wing Jair;Xin Yu;Kirsten Skarstad;Beat Thöny.
Journal of Bacteriology (1996)
Cell cycle parameters of slowly growing Escherichia coli B/r studied by flow cytometry.
K Skarstad;H B Steen;E Boye.
Journal of Bacteriology (1983)
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