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Shapland EB, Reisinger SJ, Bajwa AK, Ryan KR.  2011.  An essential tyrosine phosphatase homolog regulates cell separation, outer membrane integrity, and morphology in Caulobacter crescentus. Journal of bacteriology. 193(17):4361-70.
Taylor JA, Wilbur JD, Smith SC, Ryan KR.  2009.  Mutations that alter RcdA surface residues decouple protein localization and CtrA proteolysis in Caulobacter crescentus. Journal of molecular biology. 394(1):46-60.
Bowers LM, Shapland EB, Ryan KR.  2008.  Who's in charge here? Regulating cell cycle regulators Current opinion in microbiology. 11(6):547-52.
Reisinger SJ, Huntwork S, Viollier PH, Ryan KR.  2007.  DivL performs critical cell cycle functions in Caulobacter crescentus independent of kinase activity. Journal of bacteriology. 189(22):8308-20.
McGrath PT, Iniesta AA, Ryan KR, Shapiro L, McAdams HH.  2006.  A dynamically localized protease complex and a polar specificity factor control a cell cycle master regulator. Cell. 124(3):535-47.
Ryan KR.  2006.  Partners in crime: phosphotransfer profiling identifies a multicomponent phosphorelay. Molecular microbiology. 59(2):361-3.
Biondi EG, Reisinger SJ, Skerker JM, Arif M, Perchuk BS, Ryan KR, Laub MT.  2006.  Regulation of the bacterial cell cycle by an integrated genetic circuit. Nature. 444(7121):899-904.
Ryan KR, Huntwork S, Shapiro L.  2004.  Recruitment of a cytoplasmic response regulator to the cell pole is linked to its cell cycle-regulated proteolysis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 101(19):7415-20.
Judd EM, Ryan KR, Moerner WE, Shapiro L, McAdams HH.  2003.  Fluorescence bleaching reveals asymmetric compartment formation prior to cell division in Caulobacter. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 100(14):8235-40.
Ryan KR, Shapiro L.  2003.  Temporal and spatial regulation in prokaryotic cell cycle progression and development. Annual review of biochemistry. 72:367-94.
Ryan KR, Menold MM, Garrett S, Jensen RE.  1994.  SMS1, a high-copy suppressor of the yeast mas6 mutant, encodes an essential inner membrane protein required for mitochondrial protein import. Molecular biology of the cell. 5(5):529-38.
Ryan KR, Jensen RE.  1993.  Mas6p can be cross-linked to an arrested precursor and interacts with other proteins during mitochondrial protein import. The Journal of biological chemistry. 268(32):23743-6.