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Chib S, Das S, Venkatesan S, Seshasayee ASai Narain, Thattai M.  2018.  Using stochastic cell division and death to probe minimal units of cellular replication.. New J Phys. 20(3):035004.
Krishnamurthi R, Ghosh S, Khedkar S, Seshasayee ASai Narain.  2017.  Repression of YdaS Toxin Is Mediated by Transcriptional Repressor RacR in the Cryptic rac Prophage of Escherichia coli K-12.. mSphere. 2(6)
Seshasayee ASai Narain.  2018.  Reply to Jobling, "Ectopic Expression of the and Genes of the Cryptic Prophage Rac of K-12 May Be Toxic but Do They Really Encode Toxins?: a Case for Using Genetic Context To Understand Function". mSphere. 3(2)
Lal A, Krishna S, Seshasayee ASai Narain.  2018.  Regulation of Global Transcription in by Rsd and 6S RNA.. G3 (Bethesda).
Singh P, Seshasayee ASai Narain.  2017.  Nucleoid-Associated Proteins: Genome Level Occupancy and Expression Analysis.. Methods Mol Biol. 1624:85-97.
Mogre A, Veetil RT, Seshasayee ASai Narain.  2017.  Modulation of Global Transcriptional Regulatory Networks as a Strategy for Increasing Kanamycin Resistance of the Translational Elongation Factor-G Mutants in Escherichia coli.. G3 (Bethesda). 7(12):3955-3966.
Chib S, Ali F, Seshasayee ASai Narain.  2017.  Genomewide Mutational Diversity in Escherichia coli Population Evolving in Prolonged Stationary Phase.. mSphere. 2(3)
Srinivasan R, Scolari VFerdinando, Lagomarsino MCosentino, Seshasayee ASai Narain.  2015.  The genome-scale interplay amongst xenogene silencing, stress response and chromosome architecture in Escherichia coli.. Nucleic Acids Res. 43(1):295-308.
Bindal G, Krishnamurthi R, Seshasayee ASai Narain, Rath D.  2017.  CRISPR-Cas-Mediated Gene Silencing Reveals RacR To Be a Negative Regulator of YdaS and YdaT Toxins in Escherichia coli K-12.. mSphere. 2(6)
Khedkar S, Seshasayee ASai Narain.  2016.  Comparative Genomics of Interreplichore Translocations in Bacteria: A Measure of Chromosome Topology? G3 (Bethesda). 6(6):1597-606.