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Cayley S, Record MT. Large changes in cytoplasmic biopolymer concentration with osmolality indicate that macromolecular crowding may regulate protein-DNA interactions and growth rate in osmotically stressed Escherichia coli K-12. Journal of Molecular Recognition. 2004 ;17:488-496.
Cayley S, Record MT. Roles of cytoplasmic osmolytes, water, and crowding in the response of Escherichia coli to osmotic stress: Biophysical basis of osmoprotection by glycine betaine [Review]. Biochemistry. 2003 ;42:12596-12609.
Cayley S, Lewis BA, Record MT. Origins of the Osmoprotective Properties of Betaine in Escherichia-Coli. Biophysical Journal. 1993 ;64:A182-A182.
Cayley S, Lewis BA, Record MT. ORIGINS OF THE OSMOPROTECTIVE PROPERTIES OF BETAINE AND PROLINE IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI K-12. Journal of Bacteriology. 1992 ;174:1586-1595.
Cayley S, Lewis BA, Guttman HJ, Record MT. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CYTOPLASM OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI-K-12 AS A FUNCTION OF EXTERNAL OSMOLARITY - IMPLICATIONS FOR PROTEIN DNA INTERACTIONS INVIVO. Journal of Molecular Biology. 1991 ;222:281-300.
Cayley S, Record MT, Lewis BA. ACCUMULATION OF 3-(N-MORPHOLINO)PROPANESULFONATE BY OSMOTICALLY STRESSED ESCHERICHIA-COLI K-12. Journal of Bacteriology. 1989 ;171:3597-3602.
Cayley S, Richey B, Mossing M, Kolka C, Record MT. COMPARISON OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI PROTEIN-DNA INTERACTIONS INVITRO AND INVIVO. Biophysical Journal. 1987 ;51:A148-A148.
Cayley S, Record MT. ANIONS AFFECT THE INVITRO FUNCTION OF ENDONUCLEASE ECO RI. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 1987 :204-204.