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Department of Molecular Biology|College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Contact Mark Gomelsky

Department of Molecular Biology
University of Wyoming
Ag C Bldg., Room 6007
Laramie, WY 82071
E-mail: gomelsky@uwyo.edu

Office: (307) 766-3522
Lab: (307) 766-3517
Fax: (307) 766-3875

Gomelsky Lab - Publications (since 2009)

Hirsch index, h = 30; total citations ~3,500 (Google Scholar).

65 Gomelsky M, Galperin MY. 2013. Bacterial second messengers, cGMP and c-di-GMP, in a quest for regulatory dominance. (Have you seen?). EMBO J 32: 2421-3.
64 Gomelsky M. 2013. A zinc lock on GGDEF domain dimerization inhibits E. coli biofilms. (Perspective) Structure 21:1067-8.
63 Hu J, Wang B, Fang X, Means WJ, McCormick RJ, Du M, Gomelsky M, Zhu MJ. 2013. Role of c-di-GMP signaling regulates E. coli O157:H7 adhesion to colonic epithelium. Vet Microbiol S0378-1135:00137-5.
62 Russell MH, Bible AN, Fang X, Gooding J, Campagna S, Gomelsky M, Alexandre G. 2013. Integration of the second messenger c-di-GMP into the chemotactic signaling pathway promotes sensory adaptation. mBio 4:e00001-13.
61 Gomelsky M, Zeilstra-Ryalls JH. 2013. The living genome of a purple nonsulfur photosynthetic bacterium: Overview of the Rhodobacter sphaeroides transcriptome landscapes. Adv Botanical Res (Special issue: Genome evolution of photosynthetic bacteria. J.T. Beatty, ed.) 66:179-203.
60 Römling U, Galperin MY, Gomelsky M. 2013. Cyclic di-GMP: The first 25 years of a universal bacterial second messenger. Microbiol Mol Biol Rev 77:1-52.
59 Branchu P, Hindré T, Fang X, Thomas R, Gomelsky M, Claret L, Hareld J, Gobert AP, Martin C. 2013. The c-di-GMP phosphodiesterase VmpA absent in Escherichia coli K12 strains affects motility and biofilm formation in the enterohemorrhagic O157:H7 serotype. Vet Immunol Immunopathol 152:132-140.
58 Hull TD, Ryu MH, Sullivan MJ, Klena NT, Johnson RC, Geiger RM, Gomelsky M, Bennett JA. 2012. C-di-GMP phosphodiesterases RmdA and RmdB are involved in regulating colony morphology and development in Streptomyces coelicolor. J Bacteriol 194:4642-4651.
57 Gomelsky, M. 2012. C-di-GMP-mediated decisions in the surface-grown Vibrio parahaemolyticus: A different kind of motile-to-sessile transition. (Commentary) J Bacteriol 194:911-913.
56 Hobley, L., R.K.Y. Fung, M.A.T.S. Harris, J.M. Dabhi, S.S. King, C. Lambert, K. Uchida, S. Basford, R. Ahmad, S.I. Aizawa, M. Gomelsky, and R.E. Sockett. 2012. Discrete cyclic di-GMP-dependent control of bacterial predation versus axenic growth in Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus. PLoS Pathogens 8:e1002493.
55 Monteiro, C., X. Fang, I. Ahmad, M. Gomelsky, and U. Römling. 2011. Regulation of biofilm components in Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium by lytic transglycosylases involved in cell wall turnover. J Bacteriol 193:6443-6451.
54 Tsuzuki, M., O.V. Moskvin, M. Kuribayashi, K. Sato, S. Retamal, M. Abo, J. Zeilstra-Ryalls, and M. Gomelsky. 2011. Salt-stress induced changes in the transcriptome, compatible solutes and membrane lipids in the facultatively phototrophic bacterium Rhodobacter sphaeroides. Appl Environ Microbiol 77:7551-7559.
53 Gomelsky, M. and W.H. Hoff. 2011. Light helps bacteria make important lifestyle decisions. Trends Microbiol 19:441-448.
52 He, M., Z. Ouyang, B. Troxell, H. Xu, A. Moh, J. Piesman, M.V. Norgard, M. Gomelsky, and X.F. Yang. 2011. Cyclic di-GMP is essential for the survival of the Lyme disease spirochete in ticks. PLoS Pathogens 7:e1002133.
51 Smith, A., M. Balazinska, C. Baru, M. Gomelsky, M. McLennan, L. Rose, B. Smith, E. Stewart, and E. Kolker. 2011. Biology and data-intensive science in the beginning of the 21st century. OMICS 15:209-212.
50 Gomelsky, M. 2011. cAMP, c-di-GMP, c-di-AMP and now cGMP: Bacteria use them all! MicroCommentary. Mol Microbiol 79:562-565.
49 Bobrov, A.G., O. Kirillina, D.A. Ryjenkov, C.M. Waters, P.A. Price, J.D. Fetherson, D. Mack, W.E. Goldman, M. Gomelsky and R.D. Perry. 2011. Systematic analysis of cyclic di-GMP signaling enzymes and their role in biofilm formation and virulence in Yersinia pestis. Mol Microbiol 79:533-551. (Faculty of 1000 Medicine: "Recommended")
48 Moskvin, O.V., D. Bolotin, A. Wang, P.S. Ivanov and M. Gomelsky. 2011. Rhodobase, a meta-analytical tool for reconstructing gene regulatory networks in a model photosynthetic bacterium. BioSystems 103:125-131.
47 Ryu, M.H., O.V. Moskvin, J. Siltberg-Liberles and M. Gomelsky. 2010. Natural and engineered photoactivated nucleotidyl cyclases for optogenetic applications. J Biol Chem 285: 41501-41508. (Faculty of 1000 Biology: "Recommended")
46 Golomysova, A.N., M. Gomelsky and P.S. Ivanov. 2010. Flux balance analysis of the photoheterotrophic growth of Rhodobacter sphaeroides relevant to biohydrogen production. Intl J Hydrogen Energy 35:12751-12760.
45 Moskvin, O.V., M.A. Gilles-Gonzalez and M. Gomelsky. 2010. The PpaA/AerR regulators of photosynthesis gene expression from anoxygenic phototrophic proteobacteria contain heme-binding SCHIC domains. J Bacteriol 192:5253-5256.
44 Fang, X. and M. Gomelsky. 2010. A post-translational, c-di-GMP-dependent mechanism regulating bacterial flagellar motility. Mol Microbiol 76:1295-1305. (Faculty of 1000 Biology: "Recommended")
43 Golomysova, A.N., M. Gomelsky and P.S. Ivanov. 2010. Mathematical modeling of bacterial metabolism. Moscow University Physics Bulletin 65:230-233.
42 Gomelsky, M. 2009. The core pathway: diguanylate cyclases, phosphodiesterases, and c-di-GMP-binding proteins. Chapter 4, pp. 37-56. In The second messenger cyclic di-GMP. (A. Wolfe and K. Visick, eds.) ASM Press, Washington, DC.
41 Gomelsky, M. 2009. C-di-GMP-binding CRP-like protein: a spectacular new role for a veteran signal transduction actor. Commentary. J Bacteriol 191:6785-6787.
40 Barends, T.R.M., E. Hartmann, J. Griese, T. Beitlich, N.V. Kirienko, D.A. Ryjenkov, J. Reinstein, R.L. Shoeman, M. Gomelsky# and I. Schlichting#. 2009. Structure and mechanism of a bacterial light-regulated cyclic nucleotide phosphodiesterase. Nature 459:1015-1018 (#, corresponding authors). (Faculty of 1000 Biology: "Must read")

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