Bageshwar, Umesh individual record
Research Assistant Professor

Our current work focuses on identifying the interaction site(s) between the Tat precursor pre-SufI and the TatBC receptor complex based on chemical crosslinking and the complementation of the Escherichia coli Tat pathway by the Mycobacterium tuberculosis Tat pathway.

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Academic Articles18
  • Hamsanathan, S., Anthonymuthu, T. S., Bageshwar, U. K., & Musser, S. M. (2017). A Hinged Signal Peptide Hairpin Enables Tat-Dependent Protein Translocation.. Biophys J. 113(12), 2650-2668.
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  • Bageshwar, U. K., Srivastava, M., Pardha-Saradhi, P., Paul, S., Gothandapani, S., Jaat, R. S., ... Das, H. K. (2017). An Environmentally Friendly Engineered Azotobacter Strain That Replaces a Substantial Amount of Urea Fertilizer while Sustaining the Same Wheat Yield.. Appl Environ Microbiol. 83(15), e00590-e00517.
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  • Bageshwar, U. K., VerPlank, L., Baker, D., Dong, W., Hamsanathan, S., Whitaker, N., Sacchettini, J. C., & Musser, S. M. (2016). High Throughput Screen for Escherichia coli Twin Arginine Translocation (Tat) Inhibitors.. PLoS One. 11(2), e0149659-e0149659.
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  • Whitaker, N., Bageshwar, U., & Musser, S. M. (2013). Effect of cargo size and shape on the transport efficiency of the bacterial Tat translocase.. FEBS Lett. 587(7), 912-916.
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  • Liang, F., Bageshwar, U. K., & Musser, S. M. (2012). Position-dependent effects of polylysine on Sec protein transport.. J Biol Chem. 287(16), 12703-12714.
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  • Zamir, A., Azachi, M., Bageshwar, U., Fisher, M., Gokhman, I., Premkumar, L., Sadka, A., & Savchenko, T. (2004). Molecular and Functional Adaptations Underlying the Exceptional Salt Tolerance of the Alga Dunaliella salina. Ventosa, A. (Eds.), Halophilic Microorganisms. 165-176. Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
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Conference Papers1
  • Liang, F., Bageshwar, U. K., & Musser, S. M. (2012). Position-Dependent Effects of Poly-Lysine on Sec Protein Transport. Biophysical Journal. 102(3), 106a-106a.
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Texas A&M Health Science Center; Molecular And Cellular Medicine; 1114 TAMUS
College Station, TX 77843-1114