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1. Rojas ER, et al (2018) The Outer Membrane is an Essential Mechanical Element in Gram-negative Bacteria. Nature.
Press: Stanford News, Nature Microbiology Communities, Allen Institute
2. Rojas ER, Huang KC (2018) Regulation of Microbial Growth by Turgor Pressure. Current Opinion in Microbiology. 42:62-70
3. Rojas ER, Huang KC, Theriot JA (2017) Homeostatic Cell Growth Is Accomplished Mechanically through Membrane Tension Inhibition of Cell-Wall Synthesis. Cell Systems. 5:578-590

4. Zhou X*, Halladin DK*, Rojas ER*, et al (2015) Mechanical crack propagation drives millisecond daughter cell separation in Staphylococcus aureus. Science. 348(6234):574-578
Press: Physics Today
5. 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 News

6. 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

7. Campas O*, Rojas ER*, Dumais J, Mahadevan L (2011) Strategies for cell shape control in tip-growing cells. American Journal of Botany. 99(9):1577-1582
8. Rojas ER, Hotton S, Dumais J (2011) Chemically mediated mechanical expansion of the pollen tube cell wall. Biophysical Journal. 101(8):1844-1853

9. Bernal R, Rojas ER, Dumais J (2007) The mechanics of tip growth morphogenesis: what we have learned from rubber balloons. Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures 2: 1157-1168

10. Islam MF, Rojas ER, Bergey DM, Johnson AT, Yodh AG (2003) High weight fraction surfactant solubilization of single-wall carbon nanotubes. Nano Letters. 3: 269-273

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