Noah Ribeck
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Long-term dynamics of adaptation in asexual populations
MJ Wiser, N Ribeck, RE Lenski
Science 342 (6164), 1364-1367, 2013
Tempo and mode of genome evolution in a 50,000-generation experiment
O Tenaillon, JE Barrick, N Ribeck, DE Deatherage, JL Blanchard, ...
Nature 536 (7615), 165-170, 2016
Multiplexed single-molecule measurements with magnetic tweezers
N Ribeck, OA Saleh
Review of Scientific Instruments 79 (9), 094301, 2008
Nonlinear low-force elasticity of single-stranded DNA molecules
OA Saleh, DB McIntosh, P Pincus, N Ribeck
Physical review letters 102 (6), 068301, 2009
Sustained fitness gains and variability in fitness trajectories in the long-term evolution experiment with Escherichia coli
RE Lenski, MJ Wiser, N Ribeck, ZD Blount, JR Nahum, JJ Morris, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1821), 20152292, 2015
DnaB helicase activity is modulated by DNA geometry and force
N Ribeck, DL Kaplan, I Bruck, OA Saleh
Biophysical journal 99 (7), 2170-2179, 2010
Detailed scaling analysis of low-force polyelectrolyte elasticity
DB McIntosh, N Ribeck, OA Saleh
Physical Review E 80 (4), 041803, 2009
Modeling and quantifying frequency‐dependent fitness in microbial populations with cross‐feeding interactions
N Ribeck, RE Lenski
Evolution 69 (5), 1313-1320, 2015
DNA unwinding by ring-shaped T4 helicase gp41 is hindered by tension on the occluded strand
N Ribeck, OA Saleh
PLOS ONE 8 (11), e79237, 2013
Single-molecule and bulk approaches to the DnaB replication fork helicase
DL Kaplan, OA Saleh, N Ribeck
Frontiers in Bioscience 18, 224-240, 2013
Single-molecule Measurements of the Helicase DnaB with Magnetic Tweezers
N Ribeck
University of California, Santa Barbara, 2011
Competition between continuously evolving lineages in asexual populations
N Ribeck, JS Mulka, L Zaman, BD Connelly, RE Lenski
bioRxiv, 062976, 2016
Unwinding of double-stranded DNA and branch migration of Holliday junctions by hexameric motor proteins
N Ribeck, OA Saleh
APS March Meeting Abstracts, X35. 010, 2007
2136-Pos Board B106 Kinetic Mechanism for Single stranded DNA binding and Translocation by S. cerevisiae Isw2 Christopher J. Fischer. University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, USA.
SMO DnaB, N Ribeck, OA Saleh
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