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Effects of Mutations in Arabidopsis FtsZ1 on Plastid Division, FtsZ Ring Formation and Positioning, and FtsZ Filament Morphology in Vivo

2-Alkoxycarbonylaminopyridines: inhibitors of Mycobacterium tuberculosis FtsZ

The keepers of the ring: regulators of FtsZ assembly

Coexistence of Tubulins and ftsZ in Different Prosthecobacter Species

Differential Assembly Properties of Escherichia coli FtsZ and Mycobacterium tuberculosis FtsZ: An Analysis Using Divalent Calcium

Arabidopsis FtsZ2-1 and FtsZ2-2 Are Functionally Redundant, But FtsZ-Based Plastid Division Is Not Essential for Chloroplast Partitioning or Plant Growth and Development

Genetic evidence that mycobacterial FtsZ and FtsW proteins interact, and colocalize to the division site in Mycobacterium smegmatis

Analysis of the length distribution of murein glycan strands in ftsZ and ftsI mutants of E. coli

Visualization of Plastids in Pollen Grains: Involvement of FtsZ1 in Pollen Plastid Division

Visualization of an FtsZ Ring in Chloroplasts of Lilium longiflorum Leaves

Two Types of ftsZ Genes Isolated from the Unicellular Primitive Red Alga Galdieria sulphuraria

Gene cloning of ftsZ1 homolog from extremely halophilic archaeon Haloarcula japonica

Isolation of two plastid division ftsZ genes from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii and its evolutionary implication for the role of FtsZ in plastid division

Expression of mycobacterial cell division protein, FtsZ, and dormancy proteins, DevR and Acr, within lung granulomas throughout guinea pig infection

Mycobacterium tuberculosis FtsZ requires at least one arginine residue at the C-terminal end for polymerization in vitro

FtsZ Characterization and Immunolocalization in the Two Phases of Plastid Reorganization in Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Roots of Medicago truncatula

ARC3, a Chloroplast Division Factor, is a Chimera of Prokaryotic FtsZ and Part of Eukaryotic Phosphatidylinositol-4-phosphate 5-kinase

Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetic Utility of Wolbachia ftsZ and wsp Gene Sequences with Special Reference to the Origin of Male-Killing


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A bacterial GTPase that is crucial for assembly of the Z ring in the mid‐region of the plasma membrane inner surface. It is the first protein to localize to the ...

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