Peter Zuber spends much of his time researching Bacillus subtilis, Biochemistry, RNA polymerase, Surfactin and Operon. Peter Zuber has researched Bacillus subtilis in several fields, including Plasmid, Regulation of gene expression, Gene, Molecular biology and Gene product. His Gene study is concerned with Genetics in general.
His RNA polymerase research incorporates elements of Transcriptional regulation and Bacteria. His Operon research focuses on lac operon and how it connects with Lipopeptide, Overproduction and Dyad symmetry. His research integrates issues of Regulator gene and Activator in his study of Transcription.
His primary scientific interests are in Bacillus subtilis, Biochemistry, Gene, Transcription and Operon. His study in Bacillus subtilis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Molecular biology, Regulation of gene expression, Mutant and lac operon. His Molecular biology research includes themes of Response regulator, Sigma factor, Plasmid and RNA polymerase II holoenzyme.
His Gene research focuses on Microbiology and how it relates to Nitrate reductase, Escherichia coli and Lipopeptide. The Transcription study combines topics in areas such as Promoter and Transcription factor. His research in Operon tackles topics such as Surfactin which are related to areas like Insertion, Sporulation in Bacillus subtilis and Open reading frame.
His main research concerns Ecology, Gene, Estuary, Microbiology and Transcription. His Gene study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as C-terminus and Bacillus subtilis. His Bacillus subtilis study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Proteolysis.
His research in Microbiology intersects with topics in Mutation, Sporulation in Bacillus subtilis, Surfactin and Virulence. His Transcription research focuses on subjects like Regulation of gene expression, which are linked to Derepression, Protein family and Operon. The subject of his RNA polymerase research is within the realm of Biochemistry.
Ecology, Estuary, Teleaulax amphioxeia, Mesodinium rubrum and Ciliate are his primary areas of study. His Ecology study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Marine bacteriophage. His Estuary research incorporates themes from Ordination, Deep sea, Habitat and Annual cycle.
Peter Zuber integrates many fields, such as Teleaulax amphioxeia, Algae and Predation, in his works.
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A new enzyme superfamily — the phosphopantetheinyl transferases
Ralph H. Lambalot;Amy M. Gehring;Roger S. Flugel;Peter Zuber.
Chemistry & Biology (1996)
CHARACTERIZATION OF SFP, A BACILLUS SUBTILIS PHOSPHOPANTETHEINYL TRANSFERASE FOR PEPTIDYL CARRIER PROTEIN DOMAINS IN PEPTIDE SYNTHETASES
Luis E. N. Quadri;Paul H. Weinreb;Ming Lei;Michiko M. Nakano.
ANAEROBIC GROWTH OF A “STRICT AEROBE” (BACILLUS SUBTILIS)
Michiko M. Nakano;Peter Zuber.
Annual Review of Microbiology (1998)
Identification of a genetic locus required for biosynthesis of the lipopeptide antibiotic surfactin in Bacillus subtilis.
M M Nakano;M A Marahiel;P Zuber.
Journal of Bacteriology (1988)
Role of AbrB in Spo0A- and Spo0B-dependent utilization of a sporulation promoter in Bacillus subtilis.
P Zuber;R Losick.
Journal of Bacteriology (1987)
Isolation and characterization of sfp: a gene that functions in the production of the lipopeptide biosurfactant, surfactin, in Bacillus subtilis.
Michiko M. Nakano;Nathan Corbell;Jerry Besson;Peter Zuber.
Molecular Genetics and Genomics (1992)
Spx-dependent global transcriptional control is induced by thiol-specific oxidative stress in Bacillus subtilis
Shunji Nakano;Elke Küster-Schöck;Alan D. Grossman;Peter Zuber.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2003)
Characterization of anaerobic fermentative growth of Bacillus subtilis: identification of fermentation end products and genes required for growth.
Michiko M. Nakano;Yves P. Dailly;Peter Zuber;David P. Clark.
Journal of Bacteriology (1997)
Structure of Subtilosin A, a Cyclic Antimicrobial Peptide from Bacillus subtilis with Unusual Sulfur to α-Carbon Cross-Links: Formation and Reduction of α-Thio-α-Amino Acid Derivatives†,‡
Karen E. Kawulka;Tara Sprules;Christopher M. Diaper;Randy M. Whittal.
Spatial variability overwhelms seasonal patterns in bacterioplankton communities across a river to ocean gradient.
Caroline S Fortunato;Lydie Herfort;Peter Zuber;Antonio M Baptista.
The ISME Journal (2012)
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