Bibliography (reverse chronological order):

Boldt Jeffrey L., Kepple Kevin V., Cassell Geoffrey D. and Segall Anca M., 2006. Spermidine biases the resolution of Holliday junctions by phage lambda integrase. NAR 

Fujimoto David F., Pinilla Clemencia, and Segall Anca M., 2006. New peptide inhibitors of type IB topoisomerases: similarities and differences vis-a-vis inhibitors of tyrosine recombinases. J. Mol. Biol. 363: 891-907.

Gunderson Carl and Segall Anca, 2006.  DNA repair, a novel antibacterial target: Holliday junction-trapping peptides induce DNA damage and chromosome segregation defects. Mol. Micro. 59 (4), 1129�1148.  

Kepple Kevin V., Boldt Jeffrey L., and Segall Anca M., 2005.  Holliday junction-binding peptides inhibit distinct junction-processing enzymes.  PNAS 102 (19): 6867-6872. 

Ghosh Kaushik, Lau Chi Kong, Guo Feng, Segall Anca M., Van Duyne Gregory D., 2004.  Peptide trapping of the Holliday junction intermediate in Cre-Lox site-specific recombination.  J. Biol. Chem. Papers in Press, December 8, 2004.  

Lovett Susan T., Segall Anca M., 2004.  New views of the bacterial chromosome – Symposium on Bacterial Chromosomes.  EMBO reports 5: 860-864.  

Garcia-Russell, Harmon Timothy G., Le Tien Q., Amaladas Nelusha H., Mathewson Richard D., Segall Anca M., 2004.  Unequal access of chromosomal regions to each other in Salmonella: probing chromosome structure with phageλ integrase-mediated long range rearrangements.  Mol. Micro. 52: 329-344.  


Boldt Jeffrey L., Pinilla Clemencia, Segall Anca M., 2004.  Reversible Inhibitors of λ Integrase-mediated Recombination Efficiently Trap Holliday Junction Intermediates and Form the Basis of a Novel Assay for Junction Resolution.  J. Biol. Chem. 279: 3472-83.  

Seguritan V, Feng I, Rohwer F, Swift M, Segall AM, 2003.  Genome Sequences of Two Closely Related Vibrio parahaemolyticus Phages, VP16 and VP16C.  J.  Bacteriol.  185: 6434-6447.  

Bankhead TM, Etzel BJ, Wolven F, Bordenave S, Boldt JL, Larsen TA, Segall AM, 2003.  Mutations at residues 282, 286, and 293 of phage lambda integrase exert pathway-specific effects on synapsis and catalysis in recombination.  J Bacteriol. 185 (8):2653-66.  

Cassell GD, Segall AM, 2003.  Mechanism of inhibition of site-specific recombination by the Holliday junction-trapping peptide WKHYNY: insights into phage lambda integrase-mediated strand exchange.  J. Mol. Biol. 327(2):413-29.  

Bolla ML, Azevedo EV, Smith JM, Taylor RE, Ranjit DK, Segall AM, 2003.  Novel antibiotics: macrocyclic peptides designed to trap holliday junctions.  Org Lett.  5(2):109-12.  

Paul JH, Sullivan MB, Segall AM, Rohwer F, 2002.  Marine phage genomics.  Comp Biochem Physiol B Biochem Mol Biol.  133(4):463-76.  

Rohwer, F., Seguritan, V., Choi, D.H., Segall A.M. and Azam, F., 2001.  Production of randomly amplified shotgun libraries for sequencing. BioTechniques31: 109-118.

Troy Bankhead and Anca M. Segall, 2000.  Characterization of a Mutation of Bacteriophage small lambda, Greek Integrase: Putative Role for a Conserved Residue in the Tyrosine Recombinase Family.  J. Biol. Chem. 275: 36949-36956.  

Martha Klemm, Chonghui Cheng, Geoffrey Cassell, Stewart Shuman and Anca M. Segall, 2000.  Peptide Inhibitors of DNA Cleavage by Tyrosine Recombinases and Topoisomerases.  J. Mol. Biol. 299: 1203-1216.  

Geoffrey Cassell, Martha Klemm, Clemencia Pinilla and Anca Segall, 2000.  Dissection of Bacteriophage small lambda, Greek Site-specific Recombination using Synthetic Peptide Combinatorial Libraries.  J. Mol. Biol. 299: 1193-1202.  

Forest Rohwer, Anca Segall, Grieg Steward, Victor Seguritan, Felise Wolven, Mya Breitbart and Farooq Azam, 2000.  The complete genome sequence of the marine Roseophage SIO1 shares homology with nonmarine phages. Limnol.Oceanogr45: 408-418.  

Jessop L, Bankhead T, Wong D, Segall AM., 2000. The Amino Terminus of Bacteriophage lambda  Integrase Is Involved in Protein-Protein Interactions during Recombination. J. Bacteriol. 182: 1024-1034.  

Steven D. Goodman, Nerissa J. Velten, Qian Gao, Scott Robinson, and Anca M. Segall, 1999.  In Vitro Selection of Integration Host Factor Binding Sites. J. Bacteriol.181: 3246-3255.  

Geoffrey Cassell, Robert Moision, Ely Rabani and Anca Segall, 1999.  The geometry of a synaptic intermediate in a pathway of bacteriphage lambda  site-specific recombination. Nucl. Acids Res. 27: 1145-1151.  

Anca Mara Segall, 1998.  Analysis of Higher Order Intermediates and Synapsis in the Bent-L Pathway of Bacteriophage lambda  Site-specific Recombination.  J.Biol. Chem. 273, 24258-24265.

Anca Segall and Howard Nash, 1996. Architectural flexibility in lambda site-specific recombination: Three alternate conformations channel the attL site into three alternate pathways. Genes to Cells, 1: 453-463.  

Anca Segall, Steve Goodman and Howard Nash, 1994. Architectural elements in nucleoprotein complexes: Interchangeability of specific and nonspecific DNA binding proteins. EMBO J. 13: 4536-4548.  

Lynn Miesel, Anca Segall and John Roth, 1994. Construction of chromosomal rearrangements in Salmonella by P22 transduction: Inversions of nonpermissive intervals are not lethal. Genetics 137: 919-932.  

Anca Segall and John Roth, 1994. Approaches to half-tetrad analysis in bacteria: Recombination between repeated, inverse-order chromosomal sequences. Genetics 136: 27-39.  

Anca Segall and Howard Nash, 1993. Synaptic intermediates in bacteriophage lambda site-specific recombination: Integrase can align pairs of attachment sites. EMBO J. 12: 4567-4576.

Anca Segall and John Roth, 1989. Recombination between homologies indirect and inverse orientation in the chromosome of Salmonella. Genetics122:737-747.

Anca Segall, Michael J. Mahan, and John Roth, 1988. Rearrangement of the bacterial chromosome: Forbidden inversions. Science 241: 1314-1318.