The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Bacillus subtilis, Biochemistry, Secretory protein, Signal peptide and Genetics. Sierd Bron has researched Bacillus subtilis in several fields, including Secretion, Microbiology, Gene, Escherichia coli and Molecular biology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cytoplasm, Cell biology and Translocase.
His work in the fields of Signal peptide, such as Signal peptidase, intersects with other areas such as Maltose-binding protein. His Gene family, Gene expression and Transcriptional regulation study in the realm of Genetics interacts with subjects such as Positive feedback and Phase variation. His Gene family research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Prophage and Horizontal gene transfer.
Bacillus subtilis, Biochemistry, Molecular biology, Plasmid and Genetics are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Sierd Bron examines in his Bacillus subtilis study include Secretion, Mutant, Gene, Escherichia coli and DNA. His work in Secretory protein, Signal peptide, Signal peptidase, Transport protein and Proteases are all subfields of Biochemistry research.
His work in Molecular biology addresses issues such as Bacillaceae, which are connected to fields such as Bacillales. His Plasmid course of study focuses on Molecular cloning and Complementation. His primary area of study in Genome is in the field of Minimal genome.
His primary scientific interests are in Bacillus subtilis, Biochemistry, Secretory protein, Transport protein and Secretion. His research on Bacillus subtilis concerns the broader Genetics. His Secretory protein study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Biogenesis, Mitochondrion, Signal peptidase II and Protein family.
His Transport protein research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cytoplasm, Proteomics, Cell wall and Twin-arginine translocation pathway. The Secretion study combines topics in areas such as Heat shock protein, Microorganism and Protein folding. His Operon research includes elements of DNA and Regulon.
Sierd Bron mostly deals with Biochemistry, Bacillus subtilis, Transport protein, Secretory protein and Proteome. His study on Bacillus subtilis is covered under Genetics. In the subject of general Genetics, his work in Gene and Signal transduction is often linked to Bistability and Stimulation, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His study looks at the intersection of Transport protein and topics like Twin-arginine translocation pathway with Inner membrane and Escherichia coli. His research investigates the link between Secretory protein and topics such as Cytoplasm that cross with problems in Membrane transport protein, MreB, SEC Translocation Channels and Biophysics. His work in Proteome addresses subjects such as Extracellular, which are connected to disciplines such as Proteomics, Proteases, Protease and Proteolysis.
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The complete genome sequence of the Gram-positive bacterium Bacillus subtilis
F. Kunst;N. Ogasawara;I. Moszer;A. M. Albertini.
Essential Bacillus subtilis genes
K. Kobayashi;S.D. Ehrlich;A. Albertini;G. Amati.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2003)
Signal peptide-dependent protein transport in Bacillus subtilis: a genome-based survey of the secretome.
H Tjalsma;Albert Bolhuis;J D H Jongbloed;S Bron.
Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews (2000)
Proteomics of Protein Secretion by Bacillus subtilis: Separating the “Secrets” of the Secretome
Harold Tjalsma;Haike Antelmann;Jan D.H. Jongbloed;Peter G. Braun.
Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews (2004)
A Proteomic View on Genome-Based Signal Peptide Predictions
Haike Antelmann;Harold Tjalsma;Birgit Voigt;Steffen Ohlmeier.
Genome Research (2001)
The chemistry and enzymology of the type I signal peptidases
RE Dalbey;MO Lively;S Bron;JM VanDijl.
Protein Science (1997)
The effect of restriction on shotgun cloning and plasmid stability in Bacillus subtilis Marburg.
Peter Haima;Sierd Bron;Gerard Venema.
Molecular Genetics and Genomics (1987)
Ultraviolet inactivation and excision-repair in Bacillus subtilis. I. Construction and characterization of a transformable eightfold auxotrophic strain and two ultraviolet-sensitive derivatives.
Sierd Bron;Gerard Venema.
Mutation Research (1972)
Two minimal Tat translocases in Bacillus
Jan D. H. Jongbloed;Ulrike Grieger;Haike Antelmann;Michael Hecker.
Molecular Microbiology (2004)
Stripping Bacillus: ComK auto-stimulation is responsible for the bistable response in competence development
Wiep Klaas Smits;Caroline C. Eschevins;Kim A. Susanna;Sierd Bron.
Molecular Microbiology (2005)
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