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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 26, Number 3, October 1997

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Free Content The non-standard genetic code of Candida spp.: an evolving genetic code or a novel mechanism for adaptation?
pp. 423-431(9)
Authors: Santos, Manuel A. S.; Ueda, Takuya; Watanabe, Kimitsuna; Tuite, Mick F.

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Free Content Molecular mechanisms of Campylobacter fetus surface layer protein expression
pp. 433-440(8)
Authors: Dworkin, Joel; Blaser, Martin J.

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Free Content The role of ribosomal RNAs in macrolide resistance
pp. 469-480(12)
Authors: Sander, Peter; Prammananan, Therdsak; Meier, Albrecht; Frischkorn, Klaus; Böttger, Erik C.

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Free Content Cardiolipin is not essential for the growth of Saccharomyces cerevisiae on fermentable or non-fermentable carbon sources
pp. 481-491(11)
Authors: Jiang, Feng; Rizavi, Hooriyah S.; Greenberg, Miriam L.

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Free Content Regulation of plasmid R1 replication: PcnB and RNase E expedite the decay of the antisense RNA, CopA
pp. 493-504(12)
Authors: Söderbom, Fredrik; Binnie, Uta; Masters, Millicent; Wagner, E. Gerhart H.

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Free Content Structural determinants of processing and secretion of the Haemophilus influenzae Hap protein
pp. 505-518(14)
Authors: Hendrixson, David R.; de la Morena, Maria L.; Stathopoulos, Christos; St Geme III, Joseph W.

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Free Content FIS modulates growth phase-dependent topological transitions of DNA in Escherichia coli
pp. 519-530(12)
Authors: Schneider, Robert; Travers, Andrew; Muskhelishvili, Georgi

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Free Content The Rap and Hor proteins of Erwinia, Serratia and Yersinia: a novel subgroup in a growing superfamily of proteins regulating diverse physiological processes in bacterial pathogens
pp. 531-544(14)
Authors: Thomson, N. R.; Cox, A.; Bycroft, B. W.; Stewart, G. S. A. B.; Williams, P.; Salmond, G. P. C.

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Free Content Analysis of the carbapenem gene cluster of Erwinia carotovora: definition of the antibiotic biosynthetic genes and evidence for a novel β-lactam resistance mechanism
pp. 545-556(12)
Authors: McGowan, S. J.; Sebaihia, M.; O'Leary, S.; Hardie, K. R.; Williams, P.; Stewart, G. S. A. B.; Bycroft, B. W.; Salmond, G. P. C.

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Free Content uvrD mutations enhance tandem repeat deletion in the Escherichia coli chromosome via SOS induction of the RecF recombination pathway
pp. 557-567(11)
Authors: Bierne, Hélène; Seigneur, Marie; Ehrlich, S. Dusko; Michel, Bénédicte

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Free Content Blocking rolling circle replication with a UV lesion creates a deletion hotspot
pp. 569-580(12)
Authors: Seigneur, Marie; Ehrlich, S. Dusko; Michel, Bénédicte

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Free Content Telomeres of the linear chromosomes of Lyme disease spirochaetes: nucleotide sequence and possible exchange with linear plasmid telomeres
pp. 581-596(16)
Authors: Casjens, Sherwood; Murphy, Maria; DeLange, Michael; Sampson, Laura; van Vugt, René; Mun Huang, Wai

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Free Content Repair by recombination of DNA containing a palindromic sequence
pp. 597-606(10)
Authors: Leach, David R. F.; Okely, Ewa A.; Pinder, David J.

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