2021.
12. Ratheesh N.K., Calderon C.A., Zdimal A. M., and Shrivastava A. Swarm-mediated phage transport disrupts a biofilm inherently protected from phage penetration. bioRxiv 2021.  Link
 
2020.
11. Shrivastava A.** and Berg H.C.** A molecular rack and pinion actuates a cell-surface adhesin and enables gliding motility.  Science Advances, 2020. 6(10), eaay6616. ** Corresponding authors. Link
 
2018-2019.
10. Shrivastava A.**, Patel V., Tang Y., Yost S.C., Dewhirst F.E., and Berg H.C**. Cargo transport shapes the spatial organization of a microbial community.  PNAS, 2018. August 115(34) 8633-8638. Featured by MCB News. ** Corresponding Authors. Link
 
9. Johnston J.J.*, Shrivastava A.*, and McBride M.J.  Untangling Flavobacterium johnsoniae gliding motility and protein secretion. Journal of Bacteriology, 2018 doi:10.1128/JB.00362-17. * Equal Contribution. Link
 
2016-2017.
8. Shrivastava A.**, Roland T and Berg H. C**. The screw-like motion of a gliding bacterium is powered by spiral motion of cell- surface adhesins. 
 Biophysical Journal, 2016; 111, 1008-1003. **Corresponding authors. Featured on the cover of 9/6/16 issue. Link
 
7. Lele P. P., Roland T., Shrivastava A., Chen Y and Berg H. C. The flagellar motor of Caulobacter crescentus generates more torque when a cell swims backward. Nature Physics. 2016; 12, 175-178. 
Link
 
2014-2015.
6. Shrivastava A. and Berg H. C. Towards a model for Flavobacterium gliding. Current Opinion in Microbiology. 2015 October, 28: 93-97.Link
 
5. Lele P. P., Shrivastava A., Roland T and Berg H.C. Response thresholds in bacterial chemotaxis.
 Science Advances. 2015; 1(9) e1500299. 
Link
 
4. Shrivastava A., Lele P. P. and Berg H. C. A rotary motor drives Flavobacterium gliding, Current Biology, 2015; 25(3): 338- 341. Featured by Harvard Gazette, MCB News, Phys.org. Link
 
2010-2013.
3. Shrivastava A., Johnston J. J., van Baaren J. M. and McBride M. J. Flavobacterium johnsoniae GldK, GldL, GldM, and SprA are required for secretion of the cell-surface gliding motility adhesins SprB and RemA. Journal of Bacteriology, 2013; 195(14): 3201-3212. Link
 
2. Shrivastava A., Rhodes R. G., Nakane D, Pochiraju S and McBride M. J. Flavobacterium johnsoniae RemA is a mobile cell surface lectin involved in gliding. Journal of Bacteriology, 2012; 194(14):3678-88. Link
 
1. Rhodes R.G., Samarasan M.N., Shrivastava A., van Barren J. M., Pochiraju S, Bolampalli S and McBride M. J. Flavobacterium johnsoniae gldN and gldO are partially redundant genes required for gliding motility and surface localization of SprB.
 Journal of Bacteriology, 2010; 192(5):1201- 11. Link