Karthik Sekar
Karthik Sekar
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Frontiers of high-throughput metabolomics
M Zampieri, K Sekar, N Zamboni, U Sauer
Current Opinion in Chemical Biology 36, 15–23, 2017
Virus-like particles: the future of microbial factories and cell-free systems as platforms for vaccine development
WA Rodríguez-Limas, K Sekar, KEJ Tyo
Current opinion in biotechnology 24 (6), 1089-1093, 2013
Probing in Real Time the Soft Crystallization of DNA‐Capped Nanoparticles
W Cheng, MR Hartman, DM Smilgies, R Long, MJ Campolongo, R Li, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 49 (2), 380-384, 2010
Synthesis and degradation of FtsZ quantitatively predict the first cell division in starved bacteria
K Sekar, R Rusconi, JT Sauls, T Fuhrer, E Noor, J Nguyen, VI Fernandez, ...
Molecular Systems Biology 14 (11), e8623, 2018
Bacterial glycogen provides short-term benefits in changing environments
K Sekar, SM Linker, J Nguyen, A Grünhagen, R Stocker, U Sauer
Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2020
N-Terminal-Based Targeted, Inducible Protein Degradation in Escherichia coli
K Sekar, AM Gentile, JW Bostick, KEJ Tyo
PLoS One 11 (2), e0149746, 2016
β-Oxidation and autophagy are critical energy providers during acute glucose depletion in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
C Weber, K Sekar, J Tang, P Warmer, U Sauer, K Weis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2020
Regulatory effects on central carbon metabolism from poly-3-hydroxybutryate synthesis
K Sekar, KEJ Tyo
Metabolic engineering 28, 180-189, 2015
Experimental and computational tools for decoupling growth for metabolic engineering applications
K Sekar
Northwestern University, 2015
Adaptive Evolution for Increased Biomass and Magnetic Nanoparticle Productivity of Magnetotactic Bacteria
K Sekar, JP Oza
bioRxiv, 2015
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