1. Rojas ER (2019) The mechanical properties of bacteria and why they matter. In: Physical Microbiology, Springer. In press.
2. Knapp BD, Odermatt P, Rojas ER, Cheng W, He X, Huang KC, Chang F (2019) Decoupling of rates of protein synthesis from cell expansion leads to supergrowth. Cell Systems. In press.
3. Oudah Y, Rojas ER, Riordan DP, Capostagno S, Kuo CS, Krasnow MA (2019) A subpopulation of pulmonary neuroendocrine cells are reserve stem cells regulated by the tumor suppressors Rb, p53, and Notch. Cell. 179(2): 403–416.
4. Masuda I, Matsubara R, Christian T, Rojas ER, Yadavalli SS, Zhang L, Goulian M, Foster LF, Huang KC, Hou Y-M (2019) TrmD-Mediated tRNA Methylation Controls Bacterial Multi-Drug Resistance. Cell Systems. 8(4):302:314.
5. Rojas ER, et al (2018) The Outer Membrane is an Essential Mechanical Element in Gram-negative Bacteria. Nature. 559:617–621
Press: Current Biology, Stanford Gazette, Nature Microbiology Community, Allen Institute
9. Rojas ER, Theriot JA, Huang KC (2014) Response of Escherichia coli growth rate to osmotic shock. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA. 111(21): 7807-7812
Press: Stanford Gazette
10. Misra G, Rojas ER, Gopinathan A, Huang KC (2013) Mechanical consequences of cell-wall turnover in the elongation of Gram-positive bacterium. Biophysical Journal. 104(11): 2342-2352
Press: Biophysical Journal