Publications



2013

Povelones ML, Tiengwe C, Gluenz E, Gull K, Englund PT and Jensen RE. (2013) Mitochondrial shape and function in trypanosomes requires the outer membrane protein, TbLOK1. Mol Microbiol 87, 713-729.

2012


Povelones ML, Gluenz E, Dembek M, Gull K, Rudenko G. (2012) Histone H1 Plays a Role in Heterochromatin Formation and VSG Expression Site Silencing in Trypanosoma brucei. PLoS Pathog, 8:e1003010.

Wheeler R., Gull, K and Gluenz, E. (2012). Detailed interrogation of trypanosome cell biology via differential organelle staining and image analysis. BMC Biology, 10:1.


2011


Gluenz, E., Barker, A. R. and Gull, K. (2011). An expanded family of proteins with BPI/LBP/Plunc-like domains in trypanosome parasites: an association with pathogenicity? Biochem Soc Trans 39, 966-70.

Clayton, A. M., Guler, J. L., Povelones, M. L., Gluenz, E., Gull, K. Smith, T. K., Jensen, R. E., and P. T. Englund. (2011). Depletion of mitochondrial acyl carrier protein in bloodstream form Trypanosoma brucei causes a kinetoplast segregation defect. Eukaryotic Cell 10, 286-92.

Gluenz, E.*, Povelones, M. L.*, Englund, P. T. and Gull, K. (2011). The kinetoplast duplication cycle in Trypanosoma brucei is orchestrated by cytoskeleton-mediated cell morphogenesis. Mol Cell Biol 31, 1012-21.

Wheeler R., Gluenz, E. and Gull, K. (2011). The cell cycle of Leishmania: morphogenetic events and their implications for parasite biology. Mol Microbiol 79, 647-62.

2010

Wickstead, B., J. T. Carrington, E. Gluenz, and K. Gull. (2010). The expanded Kinesin-13 repertoire of trypanosomes contains only one mitotic Kinesin indicating multiple extra-nuclear roles. PLoS One 5:e15020.

Gluenz, E., Hg, J. L., Smith, A. E., Dawe, H. R., Shaw, M. K. and Gull, K. (2010). Beyond 9+0: noncanonical axoneme structures characterize sensory cilia from protists to humans. FASEB J 24, 3117-21.

Hg, J. L., Gluenz, E., Vaughan, S. and Gull, K. (2010). Ultrastructural investigation methods for Trypanosoma brucei. In Electron Microscopy of Model Systems, vol. 96 (ed. T. Mueller-Reichert), pp. 175-194: Academic Press.
 
Gluenz, E., Ginger, M. L. and McKean, P. G. (2010). Flagellum assembly and function during the Leishmania life cycle. Curr Opin Microbiol 13, 473-9.
 
Smith, T. K., Vasileva, N., Gluenz, E., Terry, S., Portman, N., Kramer, S., Carrington, M., Michaeli, S., Gull, K. and Rudenko, G. (2009). Blocking variant surface glycoprotein synthesis in Trypanosoma brucei triggers a general arrest in translation initiation. PLoS One 4, e7532.

2009
 
Sharma, R., Gluenz, E., Peacock, L., Gibson, W., Gull, K. and Carrington, M. (2009). The heart of darkness: growth and form of Trypanosoma brucei in the tsetse fly. Trends Parasitol 25, 517-24.
 
Signorell, A.**, Gluenz, E.**, Rettig, J., Schneider, A., Shaw, M. K., Gull, K. and Butikofer, P. (2009). Perturbation of phosphatidylethanolamine synthesis affects mitochondrial morphology and cell-cycle progression in procyclic-form Trypanosoma brucei. Mol Microbiol 72, 1068-79.

2008
 
Lindsay, M. E.*, Gluenz, E.*, Gull, K. and Englund, P. T. (2008). A new function of Trypanosoma brucei mitochondrial topoisomerase II is to maintain kinetoplast DNA network topology. Mol Microbiol 70, 1465-76.
 
Barker, A. R., Wickstead, B., Gluenz, E. and Gull, K. (2008). Bioinformatic insights to the ESAG5 and GRESAG5 gene families in kinetoplastid parasites. Mol Biochem Parasitol 162, 112-22.
 
Gluenz, E., Sharma, R., Carrington, M. and Gull, K. (2008). Functional characterization of cohesin subunit SCC1 in Trypanosoma brucei and dissection of mutant phenotypes in two life cycle stages. Mol Microbiol 69,
666-80.
 
Sharma, R., Peacock, L., Gluenz, E., Gull, K., Gibson, W. and Carrington, M. (2008). Asymmetric cell division as a route to reduction in cell length and change in cell morphology in trypanosomes. Protist 159, 137-51.

2007
 
Gluenz, E., Shaw, M. K. and Gull, K. (2007). Structural asymmetry and discrete nucleic acid subdomains in the Trypanosoma brucei kinetoplast. Mol Microbiol 64, 1529-39.
 
Gluenz, E., Taylor, M. C. and Kelly, J. M. (2007). The Trypanosoma cruzi metacyclic-specific protein Met-III associates with the nucleolus and contains independent amino and carboxyl terminal targeting elements. Int J Parasitol 37, 617-25.

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