Kathleen Postle

Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Research Summary

Signal transduction and iron transport in bacteria

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Publication Tags

Membranes Cell Membrane Escherichia Coli Iron Proteins Ligands Protons Membrane Proteins Gram Negative Bacteria Proton Motive Force Colicins Ferrichrome Membrane Transport Proteins Disulfides Ferricrocin Bacteria In Vitro Techniques Formaldehyde Active Biological Transport Escherichia Mutation Cell Membranes Proline Energy Monoclonal Antibodies

Most Recent Papers

Going outside the TonB box

Michael G. Gresock, Kathleen Postle, 2017, Journal of bacteriology

Death of the tonb shuttle hypothesis

Michael G. Gresock, Marina I. Savenkova, Ray A. Larsen, Anne A. Ollis, Kathleen Postle, 2011, Frontiers in Microbiology

TonB-dependent energy transduction between outer and cytoplasmic membranes

Kathleen Postle, Ray A. Larsen, 2007, BioMetals on p. 453-465

His<sub>20</sub> provides the sole functionally significant side chain in the essential TonB transmembrane domain

Ray A. Larsen, Gail E. Deckert, Kyle A. Kastead, Surendranathan Devanathan, Kimberly L. Keller, Kathleen Postle, 2007, Journal of bacteriology on p. 2825-2833

Disulphide trapping of an in vivo energy-dependent conformation of Escheriohia coli TonB protein

Joydeep Ghosh, Kathleen Postle, 2005, Molecular Microbiology on p. 276-288

Crystal structure of the cytotoxic bacterial protein colicin B at 2.5 Å resolution

Jacqueline L. Hilsenbeck, Hajeung Park, Gregory Chen, Buhyun Youn, Kathleen Postle, Chul Hee Kang, 2004, Molecular Microbiology on p. 711-720

Conserved Residues Ser<sup>16</sup> and His<sup>20</sup> and Their Relative Positioning Are Essential for TonB Activity, Cross-linking of TonB with ExbB, and the Ability of TonB to Respond to Proton Motive Force

Ray A. Larsen, Kathleen Postle, 2001, Journal of Biological Chemistry on p. 8111-8117

Cell envelope signaling in Escherichia coli

Gregory S. Moeck, James W. Coulton, Kathleen Postle, 1997, Journal of Biological Chemistry on p. 28391-28397

Partial suppression of an Escherichia coli TonB transmembrane domain mutation (ΔV17) by a missense mutation in ExbB

Ray A. Larsen, Michael G. Thomas, Gwendolyn E. Wood, Kathleen Postle, 1994, Molecular Microbiology on p. 627-640

The conserved proline‐rich Motif is not essential for energy transduction by Escherichia coliTonB protein

Ray A. Larsen, Gwendolyn E. Wood, Kathleen Postle, 1993, Molecular Microbiology on p. 943-953

Most-Cited Papers

Death of the tonb shuttle hypothesis

Michael G. Gresock, Marina I. Savenkova, Ray A. Larsen, Anne A. Ollis, Kathleen Postle, 2011, Frontiers in Microbiology

Going outside the TonB box

Michael G. Gresock, Kathleen Postle, 2017, Journal of bacteriology