Imperial College London

Professor Martin Buck FRS

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Life Sciences




+44 (0)20 7594 5442m.buck




448Sir Alexander Fleming BuildingSouth Kensington Campus





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My research group’s activities focus on establishing the mechanistic basis of signal perception and propagation that operates to allow the appropriate adaptive patterns of gene expression to be mounted. We study bacterial systems, of agronomic, medical and industrial relevance. We employ a range of genetic and biochemical l methodologies, often working closely with collaborators to establish the structural biology, systems biology and biophysical behaviour of the processes being investigated.

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Gosztolai A, Schumacher J, Behrends V, et al., 2017, GlnK facilitates the dynamic regulation of bacterial nitrogen assimilation

McDonald C, Jovanovic G, Wallace BA, et al., 2017, Structure and function of PspA and Vipp1 N-terminal peptides: Insights into the membrane stress sensing and mitigation, Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta-biomembranes, Vol:1859, ISSN:0005-2736, Pages:28-39

Waite C, Schumacher J, Jovanovic M, et al., 2017, Negative Autogenous Control of the Master Type III Secretion System Regulator HrpL in Pseudomonas syringae, Mbio, Vol:8, ISSN:2150-7511

Bonato P, Alves LR, Osaki JH, et al., 2016, The NtrY-NtrX two-component system is involved in controlling nitrate assimilation in Herbaspirillum seropedicae strain SmR1, Febs Journal, Vol:283, ISSN:1742-464X, Pages:3919-3930

Bradley RW, Buck M, Wang B, 2016, Tools and Principles for Microbial Gene Circuit Engineering, Journal of Molecular Biology, Vol:428, ISSN:0022-2836, Pages:862-888

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