Johan van Heerden
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Lost in Transition: Startup of Glycolysis Yields Subpopulations of Nongrowing Cells
JH van Heerden, MT Wortel, FJ Bruggeman, JJ Heijnen, YJM Bollen, ...
Science, 1245114, 2014
Taking chances and making mistakes: non-genetic phenotypic heterogeneity and its consequences for surviving in dynamic environments
C van Boxtel, JH van Heerden, N Nordholt, P Schmidt, FJ Bruggeman
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 14 (132), 20170141, 2017
Parallel changes in gene expression in peripheral blood mononuclear cells and the brain after maternal separation in the mouse
JH van Heerden, A Conesa, DJ Stein, D Montaner, V Russell, N Illing
BMC research notes 2 (1), 195, 2009
Statistics and simulation of growth of single bacterial cells: illustrations with B. subtilis and E. coli
JH Heerden, H Kempe, A Doerr, T Maarleveld, N Nordholt, FJ Bruggeman
Scientific reports 7 (16094), 2017
Evaluating the behavioural consequences of early maternal separation in adult C57BL/6 mice; the importance of time
JH van Heerden, V Russell, A Korff, DJ Stein, N Illing
Behavioural brain research 207 (2), 332-342, 2010
Effects of growth rate and promoter activity on single-cell protein expression
N Nordholt, J van Heerden, R Kort, FJ Bruggeman
Scientific Reports 7 (6299), 2017
Multi‐tasking of biosynthetic and energetic functions of glycolysis explained by supply and demand logic
JH van Heerden, FJ Bruggeman, B Teusink
BioEssays 37 (1), 34-45, 2015
Structural and biochemical characterization of a nitrilase from the thermophilic bacterium, Geobacillus pallidus RAPc8
DS Williamson, KC Dent, BW Weber, A Varsani, J Frederick, RN Thuku, ...
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 88 (1), 143-153, 2010
Biphasic Cell-Size and Growth-Rate Homeostasis by Single Bacillus subtilis Cells
N Nordholt, JH van Heerden, FJ Bruggeman
Current Biology, 2020
Metabolism at Evolutionary Optimal States
I Rabbers, JH van Heerden, N Nordholt, H Bachmann, B Teusink, ...
Metabolites 5 (2), 311-343, 2015
An improved ATP FRET sensor for yeast shows heterogeneity during nutrient transitions
D Botman, JH van Heerden, B Teusink
ACS sensors 5 (3), 814-822, 2020
Fatal attraction in glycolysis: how Saccharomyces cerevisiae manages sudden transitions to high glucose
JH van Heerden, MT Wortel, FJ Bruggeman, JJ Heijnen, Y JM
Microbial Cell 1 (3), 103-106, 2014
Serial propagation in water-in-oil emulsions selects for Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains with a reduced cell size or an increased biomass yield on glucose
RJ van Tatenhove-Pel, E Zwering, DF Boreel, M Falk, JH van Heerden, ...
Metabolic Engineering 64, 1-14, 2021
A framework for the informed normalization of printed microarrays
J Van Heerden, SA Walford, A Shen, N Illing
South African Journal of Science 103 (9-10), 381-390, 2007
A yeast FRET biosensor enlightens cAMP signaling
D Botman, TG O’Toole, J Goedhart, FJ Bruggeman, JH van Heerden, ...
Molecular Biology of the Cell 32 (13), 1229-1240, 2021
Integrated biphasic growth rate, gene expression, and cell-size homeostasis behaviour of single B. subtilis cells
N Nordholt, JH van Heerden, FJ Bruggeman
bioRxiv, 510925, 2019
Molecular tools to study desiccation tolerance in the resurrection plant Xerophyta humilis
N Illing, S Walford, A Shen, J Van Heerden, N Immelman, N Mulder, ...
South African Journal of Botany 73 (3), 487, 2007
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