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Bioelectricity papers

Selected papers from the Warwick BioElectricity group:

  1. 'Scanning ion conductance microscopy reveals differences in the ionic environments of gram positive and negative bacteria' (2020). Kelsey Cremin, Bryn A. Jones, James Teahan, Gabriel N. Meloni, David Perry, Christian Zerfass, Munehiro Asally, Orkun S. Soyer, Patrick R. Unwin. Analytical Chemistry. Link

  2. 'Bioelectrical understanding and engineering of cell biology'. Zoe Schofield, Gabriel N. Meloni, Peter Tran, Christian Zerfass, Giovanni Sena, Yoshikatsu Hayashi, Murray Grant, Sonia A. Contera, Shelley D. Minteer, Minsu Kim, Arthur Prindle, Paulo Rocha, Mustafa B. A. Djamgoz,Teuta Pilizota, Patrick R. Unwin, Munehiro Asally and Orkun S. Soyer (2020). J. R. Soc. Interface.1720200013. Link
  3. 'Rapid detection of proliferative bacteria by electrical stimulation'. Edwards CLA, Malyshev D, Stratford J and Asally M, Bio-protocol (2020), 10(3): e3508. Link
  4. 'The microbiologist’s guide to membrane potential dynamics'. Jonatan Benarroch and Munehiro Asally. Trends in Microbiology (2020). 28(4): 304-314 Link
  5. 'Electrical polarization enables integrative quality control during bacterial differentiation into spores'. Sirec T, Benarroch JM, Buffard P, Garcia-Ojalvo J, Asally M. iScience, 16: 378-389 (2019). Link

  6. 'Electrically induced bacterial membrane-potential dynamics correspond to cellular proliferation capacity', James P. Stratford, Conor L. A. Edwards, Manjari J. Ghanshyam, Dmitry Malyshev, Marco A. Delise, Yoshikatsu Hayashi and Munehiro Asally. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  7. 'Interrogating metabolism as an electron flow system', Zerfass C, Asally M, and Soyer OS. Current Opinion in Systems Biology, 13:59-67 (2019). Link
  8. 'TOG domain MT polymerases accelerate MT plus end growth via electrostatically-steered diffusion-to-capture and electrostatic templating of GTP-tubulin', Venables, N, Bretschneider T, Cross RA. bioRxiv doi: 110.1101/282897 (2018). Link
  9. 'Engineering microbial communities using thermodynamic principles and electrical interfaces', Zerfass C, Chen J, Soyer OS. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 50:121-127 (2017). Link
  10. 'Scanning electrochemical cell microscopy: New perspectives on electrode processes in action', Bentley CL, Kang M, Unwin PR. Current Opinion in Electrochemistry 6:23–30 (2017). Link
  11. 'Ion channels enable electrical communication within bacterial communities', Prindle A, Liu J, Asally M, Ly S, Garcia-Ojalvo J, Suel GM. Nature 527: 59-63 (2015). Link

Selected review and opinion papers on bioelectricity:

  1. 'Rapid, Long-Distance Electrical and Calcium Signaling in Plants', Choi WG, et. al. Annu Rev Plant Biol. 67 (2016). Link
  2. 'Biotechnological Aspects of Microbial Extracellular Electron Transfer', Kato S. Microbes Environ. 30:2 (2015). Link
  3. 'Electrochemical Control of Cell and Tissue Polarity', Chang F, Minc N. Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology, 30:1 (2014). Link
  4. 'An electrochemical interpretation of metabolism', Berry MN. FEBS Letters, 134:2 (1981). Link
  5. 'Large-scale biophysics: ion flows and regeneration', Levin M, Trends Cell Biol. 6 (2007). Link
  6. 'Electro-Fermentation: How To Drive Fermentation Using Electrochemical Systems', Moscoviz R, et. al. Trends Biotechnol. 11 (2016). Link