Bacterial Chemotoxis

  1. Afanzar O., Di Paolo D., Eisenstein M., Levi K., Plochowietz A., Kapanidis A. N., Berry R. M. & Eisenbach M. (2021) The switching mechanism of the bacterial rotary motor combines tight regulation with inherent flexibility. EMBO Journal(6)104683
  2. Starbird C. A., Tomasiak T. M., Singh P. K., Yankovskaya V., Maklashina E., Eisenbach M., Cecchini G. & Iverson T. M. (2018) New crystal forms of the integral membrane Escherichia coli quinol: fumarate reductase suggest that ligands control domain movement. Journal of Structural Biology, 202(1):100-104
  3. Baron S., Afanzar O. & Eisenbach M. (2017) Methylation-independent adaptation in chemotaxis of Escherichia coli involves acetylation-dependent speed adaptation. FEBS Letters, 591(2):331-337
  4. Maklashina E., Rajagukguk S., Starbird C. A., Mcdonald W. H., Koganitsky A., Eisenbach M., Iverson T. M. & Cecchini G. (2016) Binding of the Covalent Flavin Assembly Factor to the Flavoprotein Subunit of Complex II. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 291(6):2904-2916
  5. Fraiberg M., Afanzar O., Cassidy C. K., Gabashvili A., Schulten K., Levin Y. & Eisenbach M. (2015) CheY's acetylation sites responsible for generating clockwise flagellar rotation in Escherichia coli. Molecular Microbiology, 95(2):231-244
  6. Zarbiv G., Li H., Wolf A., Cecchini G., Caplan S. R., Sourjik V. & Eisenbach M. (2012) Energy Complexes Are Apparently Associated with the Switch-Motor Complex of Bacterial Flagella. Journal of Molecular Biology, 416(2):192-207
  7. Liarzi O., Barak R., Bronner V., Dines M., Sagi Y., Shainskaya A. & Eisenbach M. (2010) Acetylation represses the binding of CheY to its target proteins. Molecular Microbiology, 76(4):932-943
  8. Cohen-Ben-Lulu G. N., Francis N. R., Shimoni E., Noy D., Davidov Y., Prasad K., Sagi Y., Cecchini G., Johnstone R. M. & Eisenbach M. (2008) The bacterial flagellar switch complex is getting more complex. EMBO Journal, 27(7):1134-1144
  9. Barak R., Prasad K., Shainskaya A., Wolfe A. & Eisenbach M. (2004) Acetylation of the chemicals response regulator CheY by acetyl-CoA synthetase purified from Escherichia coli. Journal of Molecular Biology, 342(2):383-401
  10. Barak R. & Eisenbach M. (1999) Chemotactic-like response of Escherichia coli cells lacking the known chemotaxis machinery but containing overexpressed CheY. Molecular Microbiology, 31(4):1125-1137
  11. McEvoy M., Bren A., Eisenbach M. & Dahlquist F. (1999) Identification of the binding interfaces on CheY for two of its targets, the phosphatase CheZ and the flagellar switch protein FliM. Journal of Molecular Biology, 289(5):1423-1433
  12. Prasad K., Caplan S. & Eisenbach M. (1998) Fumarate modulates bacterial flagellar rotation by lowering the free energy difference between the clockwise and counterclockwise states of the motor. Journal of Molecular Biology, 280(5):821-828
  13. Montrone M., Eisenbach M., Oesterhelt D. & Marwan W. (1998) Regulation of switching frequency and bias of the bacterial flagellar motor by CheY and fumarate. Journal of Bacteriology, 180(13):3375-3380
  14. Barak R., Abouhamad W. & Eisenbach M. (1998) Both acetate kinase and acetyl coenzyme A synthetase are involved in acetate-stimulated change in the direction of flagellar rotation in Escherichia coli. Journal of Bacteriology, 180(4):985-988
  15. Blat Y. & Eisenbach M. (1996) Conserved C-terminus of the phosphatase CheZ is a binding domain for the chemotactic response regulator CheY. Biochemistry, 35(18):5679-5683
  16. Blat Y. & Eisenbach M. (1996) Mutants with Defective Phosphatase Activity Show No Phosphorylation-dependent Oligomerization of CheZ THE PHOSPHATASE OF BACTERIAL CHEMOTAXIS. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 271(2):1232-1236
  17. Blat Y. & Eisenbach M. (1995) Tar-Dependent and Tar-Independent Pattern-Formation by Salmonella-Typhimurium. Journal of Bacteriology, 177(7):1683-1691
  18. Kumari S., Tishel R., Eisenbach M. & Wolfe A. (1995) Cloning, Characterization, and Functional Expression of Acs, the Gene Which Encodes Acetyl-Coenzyme-a Synthetase in Escherichia-Coli. Journal of Bacteriology, 177(10):2878-2886
  19. Karaivanov M., Eisenbach M. & Caplan S. (1995) Fluctuations in Rotation Rate of the Flagellar Motor of Escherichia-Coli. Biophysical Journal, 69(1):250-263
  20. Blat Y. & Eisenbach M. (1994) Phosphorylation-Dependent Binding of the Chemotaxis Signal Molecule CheY to Its Phosphatase, Chez. Biochemistry, 33(4):902-906
  21. Margolin Y., Barak R. & Eisenbach M. (1994) Arsenate Arrests Flagellar Rotation in Cytoplasm-Free Envelopes of Bacteria. Journal of Bacteriology, 176(17):5547-5549
  22. Welch M., Oosawa K., Aizawa S. & Eisenbach M. (1994) Effects of Phosphorylation, Mg2+, and Conformation of the Chemotaxis Protein CheY on Its Binding to the Flagellar Switch Protein Flim. Biochemistry, 33(34):10470-10476
  23. Barak R., Welch M., Yanovsky A., Oosawa K. & Eisenbach M. (1992) Acetyladenylate or Its Derivative Acetylates the Chemotaxis Protein CheY Invitro and Increases Its Activity at the Flagellar Switch. Biochemistry, 31(41):10099-10107
  24. Barak R. & Eisenbach M. (1992) Correlation Between Phosphorylation of the Chemotaxis Protein-CheY and Its Activity at the Flagellar Motor. Biochemistry, 31(6):1821-1826
  25. Barak R. & Eisenbach M. (1992) Fumarate or a Fumarate Metabolite Restores Switching Ability to Rotating Flagella of Bacterial Envelopes. Journal of Bacteriology, 174(2):643-645
  26. Rosenbluh A. & Eisenbach M. (1992) Effect of Mechanical Removal of Pili on Gliding Motility of Myxococcus-Xanthus. Journal of Bacteriology, 174(16):5406-5413
  27. Eisenbach M., Constantinou C., Aloni H. & Shinitzky M. (1990) Repellents For Escherichia-Coli Operate Neither by Changing Membrane Fluidity Nor by Being Sensed by Periplasmic Receptors During Chemotaxis. Journal of Bacteriology, 172(9):5218-5224
  28. Eisenbach M., Wolf A., Welch M., Caplan S., Lapidus I., Macnab R., Aloni H. & Asher O. (1990) Pausing, Switching and Speed Fluctuation of the Bacterial Flagellar Motor and Their Relation to Motility and Chemotaxis. Journal of Molecular Biology, 211(3):551-563
  29. Lapidus I., Welch M. & Eisenbach M. (1988) Pausing of Flagellar Rotation is a Component of Bacterial Motility and Chemotaxis. Journal of Bacteriology, 170(8):3627-3632
  30. Eisenbach M., Margolin Y., Ciobotariu A. & Rottenberg H. (1984) Distinction Between Changes in Membrane-Potential and Surface-Charge Upon Chemotactic Stimulation of Escherichia-Coli. Biophysical Journal, 45(2):463-467
  31. Ravid S. & Eisenbach M. (1984) Direction of Flagellar Rotation in Bacterial-Cell Envelopes. Journal of Bacteriology, 158(1):222-230
  32. Ravid S. & Eisenbach M. (1984) Minimal Requirements For Rotation of Bacterial Flagella. Journal of Bacteriology, 158(3):1208-1210
  33. Margolin Y. & Eisenbach M. (1984) Voltage Clamp Effects on Bacterial Chemotaxis. Journal of Bacteriology, 159(2):605-610
  34. Lelkes P., Klein L., Marikovsky Y. & Eisenbach M. (1984) Liposome-Mediated Transfer of Macromolecules Into Flagellated Cell Envelopes from Bacteria. Biochemistry, 23(3):563-568
  35. Eisenbach M. (1983) Changes in membrane potential of Escherichia coli stimulated by galactose. 349-352
  36. Eisenbach M., Raz T. & Ciobotariu A. (1983) A Process Related to Membrane-Potential Involved in Bacterial Chemotaxis to Galactose. Biochemistry, 22(13):3293-3298
  37. Ravid S. & Eisenbach M. (1983) Correlation Between Bacteriophage-Chi Adsorption and Mode of Flagellar Rotation of Escherichia-Coli Chemotaxis Mutants. Journal of Bacteriology, 154(2):604-611
  38. Eisenbach M. (1982) Changes in membrane potential of Escherichia coli in response to temporal gradients of chemicals. Biochemistry, 21(26):6818-6825