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Poolman, Prof. Bert

Bert Poolman
Bert Poolman
Bert Poolman was trained in bioenergetics and microbiology and moved to biochemistry and biophysics in later years. Central questions in his research are: How do molecules permeate biological membranes and how can one control solute fluxes? Throughout his career, he has made seminal contributions to the understanding of the dynamics and permeability of biological membranes and to the field of vectorial biochemistry, i.e. the role of electrochemical gradients in the fuelling and regulation of membrane transport. Poolman has a leading record in the energetics of membrane transport and cellular osmoregulation as well as the development of innovative technologies in membrane reconstitution. He has advanced the field of ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporters, one of the largest known protein families, by combining functional and structural studies.

Bert Poolman is scientific director of the Groningen Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnology Institute, and he is program director of the Centre for Synthetic Biology. He has published over 270 articles in international peer-refereed scientific journals and supervised about 50 PhD students. He is ISI highly-cited researcher and member of the Faculty 1000 board. Poolman has been a member of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) since 2009.

In April 2015 Poolman was awarded a European ERC Advanced Grant of 2,5 million euros for his project 'ABCVolume: The ABC of Cell Volume Regulation'.

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Foster, A. J., van den Noort, M., & Poolman, B. (2024). Bacterial cell volume regulation and the importance of cyclic di-AMP. Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews, Article e0018123. Advance online publication.
Coenradij, J., Bailoni, E., & Poolman, B. (2024). Construction of Out-of-Equilibrium Metabolic Networks in Nano- and Micrometer-Sized Vesicles. Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE, (206), Article 66627.
Linnik, D., Maslov, I., Punter, C. M., & Poolman, B. (2024). Dynamic structure of E. coli cytoplasm: supramolecular complexes and cell aging impact spatial distribution and mobility of proteins. Communications biology, 7(1), Article 508.
Szomek, M., Akkerman, V., Lauritsen, L., Walther, H.-L., Juhl, A. D., Thaysen, K., Egebjerg, J. M., Covey, D. F., Lehmann, M., Wessig, P., Foster, A. J., Poolman, B., Werner, S., Schneider, G., Müller, P., & Wüstner, D. (2024). Ergosterol promotes aggregation of natamycin in the yeast plasma membrane. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Biomembranes, 1866(7), Article 184350. Advance online publication.
Monterroso, B., Margolin, W., Boersma, A. J., Rivas, G., Poolman, B., & Zorrilla, S. (2024). Macromolecular Crowding, Phase Separation, and Homeostasis in the Orchestration of Bacterial Cellular Functions. Chemical reviews, 124(4), 1899–1949. Article 3c00622.
van der Sleen, L., Stevens, J. A., Marrink, S. J., Poolman, B., & Tych, K. (2024). Probing the stability and interdomain interactions in the ABC transporter OpuA using single-molecule optical tweezers. Cell reports, 43(4), Article 114110.
Bailoni, E., Patiño-Ruiz, M. F., Stan, A. R., Schuurman-Wolters, G. K., Exterkate, M., Driessen, A. J. M., & Poolman, B. (2024). Synthetic Vesicles for Sustainable Energy Recycling and Delivery of Building Blocks for Lipid Biosynthesis. ACS Synthetic Biology, 13(5), 1549–1561.
van den Noort, M., Drougkas, P., Paulino, C., & Poolman, B. (2024). The substrate-binding domains of the osmoregulatory ABC importer OpuA transiently interact. eLife, 12, Article 90996.


Minh Tran, B., Michiel Punter, C., Linnik, D., Iyer, A., & Poolman, B. (2024). Single-protein diffusion in the periplasm of Escherichia coli. Journal of Molecular Biology, 436(4), Article 168420.
Bailoni, E., Partipilo, M., Coenradij, J., Grundel, D. A. J., Slotboom, D. J., & Poolman, B. (2023). Minimal Out-of-Equilibrium Metabolism for Synthetic Cells: A Membrane Perspective. ACS Synthetic Biology, 12.
Poolman, B. (2023). Physicochemical homeostasis in bacteria. FEMS Microbiology Reviews, 47(4), Article fuad033.
Mantovanelli, L., Linnik, D. S., Punter, M., Kojakhmetov, H. J., Śmigiel, W. M., & Poolman, B. (2023). Simulation-based Reconstructed Diffusion unveils the effect of aging on protein diffusion in Escherichia coli. PLoS Computational Biology, 19(9), Article e1011093.
Tran, B. M., Linnik, D. S., Punter, C. M., Śmigiel, W. M., Mantovanelli, L., Iyer, A., O’Byrne, C., Abee, T., Johansson, J., & Poolman, B. (2023). Super-resolving microscopy reveals the localizations and movement dynamics of stressosome proteins in Listeria monocytogenes. Communications biology, 6(1), Article 51.


Bailoni, E., & Poolman, B. (2022). ATP Recycling Fuels Sustainable Glycerol 3-Phosphate Formation in Synthetic Cells Fed by Dynamic Dialysis. ACS Synthetic Biology, 11(7), 2348–2360. Article 2c00075.
Frallicciardi, J., Gabba, M., & Poolman, B. (2022). Determining small-molecule permeation through lipid membranes. Nature protocols, 17, 2620-2646.
Frallicciardi, J., Melcr, J., Siginou, P., Marrink, S. J., & Poolman, B. (2022). Membrane thickness, lipid phase and sterol type are determining factors in the permeability of membranes to small solutes. Nature Communications, 13(1), Article 1605.
Szomek, M., Reinholdt, P., Walther, H. L., Scheidt, H. A., Müller, P., Obermaier, S., Poolman, B., Kongsted, J., & Wüstner, D. (2022). Natamycin sequesters ergosterol and interferes with substrate transport by the lysine transporter Lyp1 from yeast. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Biomembranes, 1864(11), Article 184012.
Smigiel, W. M., Mantovanelli, L., Linnik, D. S., Punter, M., Silberberg, J., Xiang, L., Xu, K., & Poolman, B. (2022). Protein diffusion in Escherichia coli cytoplasm scales with the mass ofthe complexes and is location dependent. Science Advances, 8(32), Article eabo5387.
Aarts, N., Bovenberg, R., Dogterom, M., van Est, R., Gerritsen, J., Macnaghten, P., Poolman, B., Robaey, Z., Rasmussen, S., Ruivenkamp, G., Thole, E., Tremmel, G., van der Vlugt, C., & Zwart, H. (2022). Society and synthetic cells: A position paper by the Future Panel on Synthetic Life. Rathenau Instituut.


Iyer, A., Baranov, M., Foster, A. J., Chordia, S., Roelfes, G., Vlijm, R., van den Bogaart, G., & Poolman, B. (2021). Chemogenetic Tags with Probe Exchange for Live-Cell Fluorescence Microscopy. ACS chemical biology, 16(5), 891-904. Article acschembio.1c00100.
Mantovanelli, L., Gaastra, B. F., & Poolman, B. (2021). Fluorescence-based sensing of the bioenergetic and physicochemical status of the cell. In M. A. Model, & I. Levitan (Eds.), Current Topics in Membranes: New Methods and Sensors for Membrane and Cell Volume Research (Vol. 88, pp. 1-54). (Current Topics in Membranes). ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE.
Åberg, C., & Poolman, B. (2021). Glass-Like Characteristics of Intracellular Motion in Human Cells. Biophysical Journal, 120(11), 2355-2366.
Alvarez-Sieiro, P., Sikkema, H. R., & Poolman, B. (2021). Heterodimer Formation of the Homodimeric ABC Transporter OpuA. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 22(11), Article 5912.
Sikkema, H. R., & Poolman, B. (2021). In silico method for selecting residue pairs for single-molecule microscopy and spectroscopy. Scientific Reports, 11(1), Article 5756.
Tran, B. M., Prabha, H., Iyer, A., O'Byrne, C., Abee, T., & Poolman, B. (2021). Measurement of Protein Mobility in Listeria monocytogenes Reveals a Unique Tolerance to Osmotic Stress and Temperature Dependence of Diffusion. Frontiers in Microbiology, 12, Article 640149.
Partipilo, M., Ewins, E. J., Frallicciardi, J., Robinson, T., Poolman, B., & Slotboom, D. J. (2021). Minimal Pathway for the Regeneration of Redox Cofactors. JACS Au, 1(12), 2280-2293.
van den Noort, M., de Boer, M., & Poolman, B. (2021). Stability of Ligand-induced Protein Conformation Influences Affinity in Maltose-binding Protein. Journal of Molecular Biology, 433(15), Article 167036.
Plötz, E., Schuurman-Wolters, G., Zijlstra, N., Jager, A., Griffith, D., Guskov, A., Gouridis, G., Poolman, B., & Cordes, T. (2021). Structural and biophysical characterization of the tandem substrate-binding domains of the ABC importer GlnPQ. Open Biology, 11(4), Article 200406.


Henderson, R. K., de Valk, S. C., Poolman, B., & Mans, R. (2021). Energy coupling of membrane transport and efficiency of sucrose dissimilation in yeast. Metabolic Engineering, 65, 243-254.
Pols, T., Singh, S., Deelman-Driessen, C., Gaastra, B. F., & Poolman, B. (2021). Enzymology of the pathway for ATP production by arginine breakdown. The FEBS Journal, 288(1), 293-309. Article febs.15337.
Liu, B., Mavrova, S. N., van den Berg, J., Kristensen, S. K., Mantovanelli, L., Veenhoff, L. M., Poolman, B., & Boersma, A. J. (2020). Erratum. ACS Sensors, 5(5), 1500-1500.
Van't Klooster, J. S., Bianchi, F., Doorn, R. B., Lorenzon, M., Lusseveld, J. H., Punter, C. M., & Poolman, B. (2020). Extracellular loops matter: Subcellular location and function of the lysine transporter Lyp1 from Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The FEBS Journal, 287(20), 4401-4414. Article febs.15262.
Sikkema, H. R., van den Noort, M., Rheinberger, J., de Boer, M., Krepel, S. T., Schuurman-Wolters, G. K., Paulino, C., & Poolman, B. (2020). Gating by ionic strength and safety check by cyclic-di-AMP in the ABC transporter OpuA. Science Advances, 6(47), Article eabd7697.
Ruiz, S. J., van 't Klooster, J. S., Bianchi, F., & Poolman, B. (2020). Growth Inhibition by Amino Acids in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Microorganisms, 9(1), 1-17. Article 9010007.
de Boer, M., Cordes, T., & Poolman, B. (2020). Kinetic Modelling of Transport Inhibition by Substrates in ABC Importers. Journal of Molecular Biology, 432(20), 5565-5576.
van 't Klooster, J. S., Cheng, T.-Y., Sikkema, H. R., Jeucken, A., Moody, D. B., & Poolman, B. (2020). Membrane Lipid Requirements of the Lysine Transporter Lyp1 from Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Journal of Molecular Biology, 432(14), 4023-4031.
van 't Klooster, J. S., Cheng, T.-Y., Sikkema, H. R., Jeucken, A., Moody, B., & Poolman, B. (2020). Periprotein lipidomes of Saccharomyces cerevisiae provide a flexible environment for conformational changes of membrane proteins. eLife, 9, Article e57003.
Marinus, N., Tahiri, N., Duca, M., Mouthaan, L. M. C. M., Bianca, S., van den Noort, M., Poolman, B., Witte, M. D., & Minnaard, A. J. (2020). Stereoselective Protection-Free Modification of 3-Keto-saccharides. Organic letters, 22(14), 5622-5626.
Thomas, C., Aller, S. G., Beis, K., Carpenter, E. P., Chang, G., Chen, L., Dassa, E., Dean, M., Duong Van Hoa, F., Ekiert, D., Ford, R., Gaudet, R., Gong, X., Holland, I. B., Huang, Y., Kahne, D. K., Kato, H., Koronakis, V., Koth, C. M., ... Tampé, R. (2020). Structural and functional diversity calls for a new classification of ABC transporters. FEBS Letters, 594(23), 3767-3775. Article 1873-3468.13935.


Syga, L., De Vries, R. H., van Oosterhout, H., Bartelds, R., Boersma, A. J., Roelfes, G., & Poolman, B. (2020). A trifunctional linker for palmitoylation and peptide and protein localization in biological membranes. ChemBioChem, 21(9), 1320-1328.
Rempel, I. L., Popken, P., Ghavami, A., Mishra, A., Hapsari, R. A., Wolters, A. H. G., Veldsink, A. C., Klaassens, M., Meinema, A. C., Poolman, B., Giepmans, B. N. G., Onck, P. R., Steen, A., & Veenhoff, L. M. (2020). Flexible and Extended Linker Domains Support Efficient Targeting of Heh2 to the Inner Nuclear Membrane. Structure, 28(2), 185-195.e5.
Gabba, M., & Poolman, B. (2020). Physiochemical Modeling of Vesicle Dynamics upon Osmotic Upshift. Biophysical Journal, 118(2), 435-447. Article bpj.2019.11.3383.
Gabba, M., Frallicciardi, J., van 't Klooster, J., Henderson, R., Syga, Ł., Mans, R., van Maris, A. J. A., & Poolman, B. (2020). Weak Acid Permeation in Synthetic Lipid Vesicles and Across the Yeast Plasma Membrane. Biophysical Journal, 118(2), 422-434.
Price, C. E., Branco Dos Santos, F., Hesseling, A., Uusitalo, J. J., Bachmann, H., Benavente, V., Goel, A., Berkhout, J., Bruggeman, F. J., Marrink, S.-J., Montalban-Lopez, M., de Jong, A., Kok, J., Molenaar, D., Poolman, B., Teusink, B., & Kuipers, O. P. (2019). Adaption to glucose limitation is modulated by the pleotropic regulator CcpA, independent of selection pressure strength. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 19(1), Article 15.
Pols, T., Sikkema, H. R., Gaastra, B. F., Frallicciardi, J., Śmigiel, W. M., Singh, S., & Poolman, B. (2019). A synthetic metabolic network for physicochemical homeostasis. Nature Communications, 10(1), Article 4239.
Sikkema, H. R., Gaastra, B. F., Pols, T., & Poolman, B. (2019). Cell fueling and metabolic energy conservation in synthetic cells. ChemBioChem, 20(20 SI), 2581–2592.
de Boer, M., Gkouridis, G., Vietrov, R., Begg, S. L., Schuurman-Wolters, G. K., Husada, F., Eleftheriadis, N., Poolman, B., McDevitt, C. A., & Cordes, T. (2019). Conformational and dynamical plasticity in substrate-binding proteins underlies selective transport in ABC importers. eLife, 8, Article e44652.
Liu, B., Hasrat, Z., Poolman, B., & Boersma, A. J. (2019). Decreased Effective Macromolecular Crowding in Escherichia coli Adapted to Hyperosmotic Stress. Journal of Bacteriology, 201(10), Article e00708-18.
Smigiel, W. M., Lefrancois, P., & Poolman, B. (2019). Physicochemical considerations for bottom-up synthetic biology. Emerging topics in life sciences, 3(5), 445-458. Article ETLS20190017.
Bianchi, F., Van't Klooster, J. S., Ruiz, S. J., & Poolman, B. (2019). Regulation of Amino Acid Transport in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews, 83(4), Article e00024-19.


Henderson, R. K., Fendler, K., & Poolman, B. (2019). Coupling efficiency of secondary active transporters. Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 58, 62-71.
Marques, W. L., Mans, R., Henderson, R. K., Marella, E. R., Horst, J. T., Hulster, E. D., Poolman, B., Daran, J.-M., Pronk, J. T., Gombert, A. K., & van Maris, A. J. A. (2018). Combined engineering of disaccharide transport and phosphorolysis for enhanced ATP yield from sucrose fermentation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Metabolic Engineering, 45, 121-133.
Lycklama A Nijeholt, J. A., Vietrov, R., Schuurman-Wolters, G. K., & Poolman, B. (2018). Energy coupling efficiency in the Type I ABC transporter GlnPQ. Journal of Molecular Biology, 430(6), 853-866.
Schavemaker, P. E., Boersma, A. J., & Poolman, B. (2018). How Important Is Protein Diffusion in Prokaryotes? Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences, 5, Article fmolb.2018.00093.
Schavemaker, P. E., & Poolman, B. (2018). (Membrane) Protein Production in Context. Trends in Biochemical Sciences, 43(11), 858-868.
Syga, Ł., Spakman, D., Punter, C. M., & Poolman, B. (2018). Method for immobilization of living and synthetic cells for high-resolution imaging and single-particle tracking. Scientific Reports, 8(1), Article 13789.
Bartelds, R., Nematollahi, M. H., Pols, T., Stuart, M. C. A., Pardakhty, A., Asadikaram, G., & Poolman, B. (2018). Niosomes, an alternative for liposomal delivery. PLoS ONE, 13(4), Article e0194179.
Schuurman-Wolters, G. K., de Boer, M., Pietrzyk, M. K., & Poolman, B. (2018). Protein linkers provide limits on the domain interactions in the ABC importer GlnPQ and determine the rate of transport. Journal of Molecular Biology, 430(8), 1249-1262. Article j.jmb.2018.02.014.
Bianchi, F., Syga, Ł., Moiset, G., Spakman, D., Schavemaker, P. E., Punter, C. M., Seinen, A.-B., van Oijen, A. M., Robinson, A., & Poolman, B. (2018). Steric exclusion and protein conformation determine the localization of plasma membrane transporters. Nature Communications, 9(1), Article 501.
Liu, B., Mavrova, S. N., van den Berg, J., Kristensen, S. K., Mantovanelli, L., Veenhoff, L. M., Poolman, B., & Boersma, A. J. (2018). The influence of fluorescent protein maturation on FRET measurements in living cells. ACS Sensors, 3(9), 1735-1742.


Cozzoli, L., Gjonaj, L., Stuart, M. C. A., Poolman, B., & Roelfes, G. (2018). Responsive DNA G-quadruplex micelles. Chemical communications (Cambridge, England), 54, 260-263.
Franken, L., Oostergetel, G., Pijning, T., Puri, P., Arkhipova, V. I., Boekema, E., Poolman, B., & Guskov, A. (2017). A general mechanism of ribosome dimerization revealed by single-particle cryo-electron microscopy. Nature Communications, 8, Article 722.
Liu, B., Åberg, C., van Eerden, F. J., Marrink, S., Poolman, B., & Boersma, A. J. (2017). Design and Properties of Genetically Encoded Probes for Sensing Macromolecular Crowding. Biophysical Journal, 112(9), 1929-1939.
Liu, B., Poolman, B., & Boersma, A. J. (2017). Ionic strength sensing in living cells. ACS chemical biology, 12(10), 2510-2514. Article acschembio.7b00348.
Bartelds, R., Barnoud, J., J. Boersma, A., J. Marrink, S., & Poolman, B. (2017). Lipid phase separation in the presence of hydrocarbons in giant unilamellar vesicles. AIMS Biophysics, 4(4), 528-542.
van den Berg, J., Boersma, A. J., & Poolman, B. (2017). Microorganisms maintain crowding homeostasis. Nature Reviews Microbiology, 15, 309-318. Article nrmicro.2017.17.
Henderson, R., & Poolman, B. (2017). Proton-solute coupling mechanism of the maltose transporter from Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Scientific Reports, 7(1), 1-12. Article 14375.
Van Meervelt, V., Soskine, M., Singh, S., Schuurman-Wolters, G., Wijma, H. J., Poolman, B., & Maglia, G. (2017). Real-time conformational changes and controlled orientation of native proteins inside a protein nanoreactor. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 139(51), 18640-18646. Article jacs.7b10106.
Schavemaker, P. E., Śmigiel, W. M., & Poolman, B. (2017). Ribosome surface properties may impose limits on the nature of the cytoplasmic proteome. eLife, 6, Article eLife.30084.
Poolman, B., & Noireaux, V. (2017). Synthetic Biology: From engineering living systems to the bottom=up construction of synthetic cells. In J. van Doorn, J. Luirink, J. van der Oost, B. Oudega, L. Robertson, H. Smit, P. Willemsen, & C. Biemans (Eds.), Mighty Microbes: the amazing world of microorganisms (1 ed., Vol. 1, pp. 215-217). Microcanon Foundation.


Scheepers, G. H., Lycklama A Nijeholt, J. A., & Poolman, B. (2016). An updated structural classification of substrate-binding proteins. FEBS Letters, 590(23), 4393-4401.
Popov-Čeleketić, D., Bianchi, F., Ruiz, S. J., Meutiawati, F., & Poolman, B. (2016). A Plasma Membrane Association Module in Yeast Amino Acid Transporters. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 291(31), 16024-16037.
Bianchi, F., Klooster, J. S. V. ., Ruiz, S. J., Luck, K., Pols, T., Urbatsch, I. L., & Poolman, B. (2016). Asymmetry in inward- and outward-affinity constant of transport explain unidirectional lysine flux in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Scientific Reports, 6, 1-13. Article 31443.
van den Berg, J., & Poolman, B. (2016). Compartmental Volume Regulation of E. Coli under Various Growth Conditions. Biophysical Journal, 110(3), 35A-35A.
Ruiz, S. J., Schuurman-Wolters, G. K., & Poolman, B. (2016). Crystal Structure of the Substrate-Binding Domain from Listeria monocytogenes Bile-Resistance Determinant BilE. Liquid Crystals, 6(12), 1-16. Article cryst6120162.
Maglia, G., Soskine, M., Biesemans, A., Meervelt, V., & Poolman, B. (2016). Nanopores with internal protein adaptors. (Patent No. WO2016166232).
van den Berg, J., Galbiati, H., Rasmussen, A., Miller, S., & Poolman, B. (2016). On the mobility, membrane location and functionality of mechanosensitive channels in Escherichia coli. Scientific Reports, 6, Article 32709 .
van Gijtenbeek, L. A., Robinson, A., van Oijen , A., Poolman, B., & Kok, J. (2016). On the Spatial Organization of mRNA, Plasmids, and Ribosomes in a Bacterial Host Overexpressing Membrane Proteins. PLoS genetics, 12(12), 1-28. Article e1006523.
Boersma, A., Liu, B., Åberg, C., & Poolman, B. (2016). Quantification of Macromolecular Crowding in Living Cells. Biophysical Journal, 110(3), 368A-368A.


Fulyani, F., Schuurman-Wolters, G., Slotboom, D.-J., & Poolman, B. (2016). Relative rates of amino acid import via the ABC transporter GlnPQ determine the growth performance of Lactococcus lactis. Journal of Bacteriology, 198(3), 477-485. Article JB.00685-15.
Swier, L. J. Y. M., Slotboom, D., & Poolman, B. (2015). ABC Importers. In A. M. George (Ed.), ABC Transporters - 40 Years on (1 ed., Vol. 1, pp. 3-36). Springer Verlag.
Laba, J. K., Steen, A., Popken, P., Chernova, A., Poolman, B., & Veenhoff, L. M. (2015). Active Nuclear Import of Membrane Proteins Revisited. Cells, 4(4), 653-673.
Boersma, A. J., Zuhorn, I. S., & Poolman, B. (2015). A sensor for quantification of macromolecular crowding in living cells. Nature Methods, 12(3), 227-229.
Gouridis, G., Schuurman-Wolters, G., Ploetz, E., Husada, F., Vietrov, R., de Boer, M., Cordes, T., & Poolman, B. (2015). Conformational dynamics in substrate-binding domains influences transport in the ABC importer GlnPQ. Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, 22(1), 57-64.
Spitzer, J., Pielak, G. J., & Poolman, B. (2015). Emergence of life: Physical chemistry changes the paradigm. Biology Direct, 10(33).
Ho, F. Y., & Poolman, B. (2015). Engineering Escherichia coli for Functional Expression of Membrane Proteins. Methods in Enzymology, 556, 3-21.
Driessen, A. J. M., & Poolman, B. (2015). In memoriam: Wilhelmus Nicolaas Konings (1937-2014). Extremophiles, 19, 233-234.
Kralt, A., Carretta, M., Mari, M., Reggiori, F., Steen, A., Poolman, B., & Veenhoff, L. M. (2015). Intrinsically disordered linker and plasma membrane-binding motif sort ist2 and ssy1 to junctions. Traffic, 16(2), 135-147.
Goel, A., Eckhardt, T. H., Puri, P., de Jong, A., Branco dos Santos, F., Giera, M., Fusetti, F., de Vos, W. M., Kok, J., Poolman, B., Molenaar, D., Kuipers, O. P., & Teusink, B. (2015). Protein costs do not explain evolution of metabolic strategies and regulation of ribosomal content: does protein investment explain an anaerobic bacterial Crabtree effect? Molecular Microbiology, 97(1), 77-92.
Zollmann, T., Moiset Coll, G., Tumulka, F., Tampé, R., Poolman, B., & Abele, R. (2015). Single liposome analysis of peptide translocation by the ABC transporter TAPL. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 112(7), 2046-2051.
Popken, P., Ghavami, A., Onck, P. R., Poolman, B., & Veenhoff, L. M. (2015). Size-dependent leak of soluble and membrane proteins through the yeast nuclear pore complex. Molecular Biology of the Cell, 26(7), 1386-1394.
Husada, F., Gouridis, G., Vietrov, R., Schuurman-Wolters, G. K., Ploetz, E., de Boer, M., Poolman, B., & Cordes, T. (2015). Watching conformational dynamics of ABC transporters with single-molecule tools. Biochemical Society Transactions, 43(5), 1041-1047.


Velasquez Guzman, J., Schuurman-Wolters, G., Birkner, J. P., Abee, T., & Poolman, B. (2014). Bacillus subtilis spore protein SpoVAC functions as a mechanosensitive channel. Molecular Microbiology.
Moiset, G., López, C. A., Bartelds, R., Syga, L., Rijpkema, E., Cukkemane, A., Baldus, M., Poolman, B., & Marrink, S. J. (2014). Disaccharides Impact the Lateral Organization of Lipid Membranes. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 136(46), 16167-16175.
Gul, N., Linares, D. M., Ho, F. Y., & Poolman, B. (2014). Evolved Escherichia coli Strains for Amplified, Functional Expression of Membrane Proteins. Journal of Molecular Biology, 426(1), 136-149.
Mika, J., Schavemaker, P., Krasnikov, V., & Poolman, B. (2014). Impact of osmotic stress on protein diffusion in Lactococcus lactis. Molecular Microbiology, 94(4), 857-870.
Poolman, B., Martinez Linares, D., & Gul, N. (2014). Improved means and methods for expressing recombinant proteins. (Patent No. EP2796556).
Puri, P., Eckhardt, T. H., Franken, L. E., Fusetti, F., Stuart, M. C. A., Boekema, E. J., Kuipers, O. P., Kok, J., & Poolman, B. (2014). Lactococcus lactis YfiA is necessary and sufficient for ribosome dimerization. Molecular Microbiology, 91(2), 394-407.
Driessen, A., Kaback, H. R., Poolman, B., & Walker, J. E. (2014). Obituary: Wilhelmus Nicolaas Konings (1937-2014). Biochemist e-volution, 36(6), 42-43.
Puri, P., Goel, A., Bochynska, A., & Poolman, B. (2014). Regulation of acetate kinase isozymes and its importance for mixed-acid fermentation in Lactococcus lactis. Journal of Bacteriology, 196(7), 1386-1393.
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