Homepage of Remus Th. Dame, PhD

Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam

Last modified: 11/7/07

Key publications

Research articles:

M.C. Noom, W.W. Navarre, T. Oshima, G.J.L. Wuite, and R.T. Dame.
H-NS promotes looped domain formation in the bacterial chromosome.
Current Biology, R913-914,2007.

R.T. Dame, M.C. Noom, and G.J.L. Wuite.
Bacterial chromatin organization by H-NS protein unravelled using dual DNA manipulation.
Nature 444, 387-90, 2006

J. van Noort, S. Verbrugge, N. Goosen, C. Dekker, and R.T. Dame
Dual architectural roles of HU: formation of flexible hinges and rigid filaments.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 101(18), 6969-74, 2004.

R.T. Dame, and G.J.L. Wuite
On the role of H-NS in the organization of bacterial chromatin. From bulk to single molecules and back…
Biophys. J. 85, 4146-48, 2003.

R.T. Dame, C. Wyman, R. Wurm, R. Wagner, and N. Goosen
Structural basis for H-NS mediated trapping of RNA polymerase in the open initiation complex at the rrnB P1.
J. Biol. Chem., 277(3), 2146-2150, 2002.

R.T. Dame, C. Wyman, and N. Goosen
H-NS mediated compaction of DNA visualized by atomic force microscopy.
Nucl. Acids Res. 28(18), 3504-10, 2000.

Review articles:

M.S. Luijsterburg, M.C. Noom, G.J.L. Wuite, and R.T. Dame
The architectural role of nucleoid-associated proteins in the organization of bacterial chromatin: a molecular perspective.
J. Struct Biol. 156 (2), 262-72, 2006

R.T. Dame
The role of nucleoid-associated proteins in the organization and compaction of bacterial chromatin.
Mol. Microbiol. 56(4), 858-70, 2005.