Ivan Surovtsev
Ivan Surovtsev
Department of Cell Biology, Yale University
Verified email at yale.edu
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The bacterial cytoplasm has glass-like properties and is fluidized by metabolic activity
BR Parry, IV Surovtsev, MT Cabeen, CS O’Hern, ER Dufresne, ...
Cell 156 (1-2), 183-194, 2014
4482014
Spatial organization of the flow of genetic information in bacteria
PM Llopis, AF Jackson, O Sliusarenko, I Surovtsev, J Heinritz, T Emonet, ...
Nature 466 (7302), 77-81, 2010
3382010
A constant size extension drives bacterial cell size homeostasis
M Campos, IV Surovtsev, S Kato, A Paintdakhi, B Beltran, SE Ebmeier, ...
Cell 159 (6), 1433-1446, 2014
3292014
Oufti: An integrated software package for high‐accuracy, high‐throughput quantitative microscopy analysis
A Paintdakhi, B Parry, M Campos, I Irnov, J Elf, I Surovtsev, ...
Molecular microbiology, 2015
1852015
Evidence for a DNA-relay mechanism in ParABS-mediated chromosome segregation
HC Lim, IV Surovtsev, BG Beltran, F Huang, J Bewersdorf, ...
Elife 3, e02758, 2014
1402014
mTORC1 controls phase separation and the biophysical properties of the cytoplasm by tuning crowding
M Delarue, GP Brittingham, S Pfeffer, IV Surovtsev, S Pinglay, ...
Cell 174 (2), 338-349. e20, 2018
1122018
Subcellular Organization: A Critical Feature of Bacterial Cell Replication
IV Surovtsev, C Jacobs-Wagner
Cell 172 (6), 1271-1293, 2018
692018
Individual Escherichia coli cells studied from light scattering with the scanning flow cytometer
AN Shvalov, JT Soini, IV Surovtsev, GV Kochneva, GF Sivolobova, ...
Cytometry Part A 41 (1), 41-45, 2000
652000
Particle classification from light scattering with the scanning flow cytometer
AN Shvalov, IV Surovtsev, AV Chernyshev, JT Soini, VP Maltsev
Cytometry Part A 37 (3), 215-220, 1999
531999
Kinetic modeling of the assembly, dynamic steady state, and contraction of the FtsZ ring in prokaryotic cytokinesis
IV Surovtsev, JJ Morgan, PA Lindahl
PLoS Comput Biol 4 (7), e1000102, 2008
492008
Kinetics of CO insertion and acetyl group transfer steps, and a model of the acetyl-CoA synthase catalytic mechanism
X Tan, IV Surovtsev, PA Lindahl
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (37), 12331-12338, 2006
402006
DNA-relay mechanism is sufficient to explain ParA-dependent intracellular transport and patterning of single and multiple cargos
IV Surovtsev, M Campos, C Jacobs-Wagner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (46), E7268-E7276, 2016
372016
Mössbauer and EPR study of recombinant acetyl-CoA synthase from Moorella thermoacetica
MR Bramlett, A Stubna, X Tan, IV Surovtsev, E Münck, PA Lindahl
Biochemistry 45 (28), 8674-8685, 2006
362006
A framework for whole-cell mathematical modeling
JJ Morgan, IV Surovtsev, PA Lindahl
Journal of theoretical biology 231 (4), 581-596, 2004
322004
A mathematical model of dispersion radical polymerization kinetics
AV Chernyshev, AE Soini, IV Surovtsev, VP Maltsev, E Soini
Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 35 (9), 1799-1807, 1997
241997
Replication fork passage drives asymmetric dynamics of a critical nucleoid‐associated protein in Caulobacter
R Arias‐Cartin, GS Dobihal, M Campos, IV Surovtsev, B Parry, ...
The EMBO Journal 36 (3), 301-318, 2017
222017
Whole-cell modeling framework in which biochemical dynamics impact aspects of cellular geometry
IV Surovtsev, JJ Morgan, PA Lindahl
Journal of Theoretical Biology 244 (1), 154-166, 2007
182007
Kinetics of the initial stage of immunoagglutionation studied with the scanning flow cytometer
IV Surovtsev, MA Yurkin, AN Shvalov, VM Nekrasov, GF Sivolobova, ...
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 32 (3), 245-255, 2003
182003
Mathematical modeling the kinetics of cell distribution in the process of ligand–receptor binding
IV Surovtsev, IA Razumov, VM Nekrasov, AN Shvalov, J T SOINI, ...
Journal of theoretical biology 206 (3), 407-417, 2000
162000
The Slow Mobility of the ParA Partitioning Protein Underlies Its Steady-State Patterning in Caulobacter
IV Surovtsev, HC Lim, C Jacobs-Wagner
Biophysical Journal 110 (12), 2790-2799, 2016
152016
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