Size Laws and Division Ring Dynamics in Filamentous Escherichia coli cells
Current Biol. , Volume 28 - Issue 6 p. 972- 979
Wehrens, Ershov, et al. report a new size-control mechanism in E. coli cells that have elongated due to stress. Multiple division rings are continuously rearranged in response to growth and division to control daughter cell size when divisions resume. Divisions are spatially controlled by the Min system and temporally by the adder principle.
|Elsevier/ Cell Press|
|The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) , European Research Council (ERC)|
Wehrens, M, Ershov, D, Rozendaal, R, Walker, N, Schultz, D, Kishony, R, … Tans, S.J. (2018). Size Laws and Division Ring Dynamics in Filamentous Escherichia coli cells. Current Biol., 28(6), 972–979. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2018.02.006