Viral Capsid Trafficking along Treadmilling Tubulin Filaments in Bacteria
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The Phage Nucleus and Tubulin Spindle Are Conserved among Large Pseudomonas Phages
V. Chaikeeratisak, K. Nguyen, M. E. Egan, M.L. Erb, A. Vavilina, J. Pogliano. Cell Reports,  20:1563-1571, 2017.

Assembly of a Nucleus-like Structure during Viral Replication in Bacteria.
V. Chaikeeratisak, K. Nguyen, K. Khanna, A.F. Brilot, M.L. Erb, J.K. C. Coker,  A. Vavilina, G.L. Newton, R.Buschauer, K.Pogliano, E.Villa, D.A. Agard,  J. Pogliano. Science. 355:194-197, 2017.

The structure and assembly mechanism of a novel three-stranded tubulin filament that centers phage DNA.
E.A. Zehr, J.A. Kraemer, M.L. Erb, J.K. Coker, E.A. Montabana, J. Pogliano, D.A. Agard. Structure. 22:539-48, 2014.

A bacteriophage tubulin harnesses dynamic instability to center DNA in infected cells.
M.L. Erb, J.A. Kraemer, J.K. Coker, V. Chaikeeratisak, P. Nonejuie, D.A. Agard, J. Pogliano J. Elife  2014;3:e03197, 2014.

A phage tubulin assembles dynamic filaments by an atypical mechanism to center viral DNA within the host cell.
J.A. Kraemer, M.L. Erb, C. A. Waddling, E. A. Montabana, E.A. Zehr, H. Wang, K. Nguyen, D.S. Pham, D.A. Agard, J. Pogliano.  Cell, 149:1488-99, 2012.

Dynamic instability-driven centering/segregating mechanism in bacteria.
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