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Lawrence, A. G. et al. Transcriptional analysis of Ralstonia eutropha genes related to poly-(R)-3-hydroxybutyrate homeostasis during batch fermentation. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 68, 663-72 (2005).
York, G. M., Stubbe, J. & Sinskey, A. J. The Ralstonia eutropha PhaR protein couples synthesis of the PhaP phasin to the presence of polyhydroxybutyrate in cells and promotes polyhydroxybutyrate production. J Bacteriol 184, 59-66 (2002).
York, G. M. et al. Ralstonia eutropha H16 encodes two and possibly three intracellular Poly[D-(-)-3-hydroxybutyrate] depolymerase genes. J Bacteriol 185, 3788-94 (2003).
Cho, M., Brigham, C. J., Sinskey, A. J. & Stubbe, J. Purification of polyhydroxybutyrate synthase from its native organism, Ralstonia eutropha: implications for the initiation and elongation of polymer formation in vivo. Biochemistry 51, 2276-88 (2012).
Stubbe, J. et al. Nontemplate-dependent polymerization processes: polyhydroxyalkanoate synthases as a paradigm. Annu Rev Biochem 74, 433-80 (2005).
Tian, J., Sinskey, A. J. & Stubbe, J. Kinetic studies of polyhydroxybutyrate granule formation in Wautersia eutropha H16 by transmission electron microscopy. J Bacteriol 187, 3814-24 (2005).
Lawrence, A. G., Choi, J., Rha, C. K., Stubbe, J. & Sinskey, A. J. In vitro analysis of the chain termination reaction in the synthesis of poly-(R)-beta-hydroxybutyrate by the class III synthase from Allochromatium vinosum. Biomacromolecules 6, 2113-9 (2005).
Tian, J., Sinskey, A. J. & Stubbe, J. Detection of intermediates from the polymerization reaction catalyzed by a D302A mutant of class III polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) synthase. Biochemistry 44, 1495-503 (2005).
Tian, J., Sinskey, A. J. & Stubbe, J. Class III polyhydroxybutyrate synthase: involvement in chain termination and reinitiation. Biochemistry 44, 8369-77 (2005).
Tian, J. et al. Analysis of transient polyhydroxybutyrate production in Wautersia eutropha H16 by quantitative Western analysis and transmission electron microscopy. J Bacteriol 187, 3825-32 (2005).