Emily Weinert

Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Emily Weinert

Research Summary

The mechanisms by which bacteria sense and respond to the environment, as well as how these signaling proteins/pathways affect competition, host colonization, and pathogenesis.

Graduate Advisor

Nicholas Marotta

Huck Affiliations

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Publication Tags

Oxygen Proteins Globins Cyclic Nucleotides Ligands Heme Protein Biofilms Sensors Diguanylate Cyclase Bacteria Signal Transduction Escherichia Coli Nucleotide Pancreatic Ribonuclease Globin Nucleotides Cyclic Gmp Gases Hemeproteins Second Messenger Systems Enzymes Dioxygen Virulence Ribonucleases

Most Recent Publications

Shikha S. Chauhan, Nick J. Marotta, Anna C. Karls, Emily E. Weinert, 2022, ACS Central Science on p. 1518-1526

Yashasvika Duggal, Jennifer Kurasz, Benjamin Fontaine, Nick J. Marotta, Shikha Marotta, Shikha Chauhan, Anna Karls, Emily E. Weinert, 2022, Journal of Bacteriology on p. 1-25

Colette St. Mary, Thomas H.Q. Powell, John S. Kominoski, Emily Weinert, 2021, Integrative and Comparative Biology on p. 2031-2037

Dayna Patterson, Yilin Liu, Sayan Das, Neela H. Yennawar, Jean-Paul Armache, James Kincaid, Emily E. Weinert, 2021, Biochemistry on p. 3801-3812

Dayna Patterson, Myrrh Perez Ruiz, Myrrh Perez Ruiz, Hyerin Yoon, Johnnie Walker, Jean-Paul Armache, Neela Yennawar, Emily Weinert, 2021, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 9

Yashasvika Duggal, Benjamin M. Fontaine, Deanna M. Dailey, Gang Ning, Emily E. Weinert, 2020, ACS Chemical Biology on p. 1996-2004

2',3'-Cyclic Mononucleotide metabolism and possible roles in bacterial physiology

Benjamin M. Fontaine, Yashasvika Duggal, Emily E. Weinert, 2020, on p. 627-637

Johnnie A. Walker, Yuqi Wu, Jacob R. Potter, Emily E. Weinert, 2020, Bioscience Reports

Structural Insights into Oxygen-Dependent Signal Transduction within Globin Coupled Sensors

Shannon Rivera, Paul G. Young, Eric D. Hoffer, Gregory E. Vansuch, Carmen L. Metzler, Christine M. Dunham, Emily E. Weinert, 2018, Inorganic Chemistry on p. 14386-14395

Benjamin M. Fontaine, Yashasvika Duggal, Emily E. Weinert, 2018, ACS Infectious Diseases on p. 1645-1655

Most-Cited Papers

Oligomeric state affects oxygen dissociation and diguanylate cyclase activity of globin coupled sensors

Justin L. Burns, D. Douglas Deer, Emily E. Weinert, 2014, Molecular BioSystems on p. 2823-2826

Benjamin M. Fontaine, Kate Nelson, James T. Lyles, Parth B. Jariwala, Jennifer M. García-Rodriguez, Cassandra L. Quave, Emily E. Weinert, 2017, Frontiers in Microbiology

Xin Jia, Jian Bo Wang, Shannon Rivera, Duc Duong, Emily E. Weinert, 2016, Nature Communications

Benjamin M. Fontaine, Kevin S. Martin, Jennifer M. Garcia-Rodriguez, Claire Jung, Laura Briggs, Jessica E. Southwell, Xin Jia, Emily E. Weinert, 2018, Biochemical Journal on p. 1491-1506

Johnnie A. Walker, Shannon Rivera, Emily E. Weinert, 2017, on p. 133-169

Oxygen and Bis(3',5')-cyclic Dimeric Guanosine Monophosphate Binding Control Oligomerization State Equilibria of Diguanylate Cyclase-Containing Globin Coupled Sensors

Justin L. Burns, Shannon Rivera, D. Douglas Deer, Shawnna C. Joynt, David Dvorak, Emily E. Weinert, 2016, Biochemistry on p. 6642-6651

Benjamin M. Fontaine, Yashasvika Duggal, Emily E. Weinert, 2018, ACS Infectious Diseases on p. 1645-1655

Emily E. Weinert, Christine M. Phillips-Piro, Michael A. Marletta, 2013, Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry on p. 7-12

Structural Insights into Oxygen-Dependent Signal Transduction within Globin Coupled Sensors

Shannon Rivera, Paul G. Young, Eric D. Hoffer, Gregory E. Vansuch, Carmen L. Metzler, Christine M. Dunham, Emily E. Weinert, 2018, Inorganic Chemistry on p. 14386-14395