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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 26, Number 5, December 1997

Free Content RfaH and the ops element, components of a novel system controlling bacterial transcription elongation
pp. 845-851(7)
Authors: Bailey, Marc J. A.; Hughes, Colin; Koronakis, Vassilis

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Free Content Specific phosphatidylethanolamine dependence of Serratia marcescens cytotoxin activity
pp. 853-865(13)
Authors: Hertle, Ralf; Brutsche, Sandra; Groeger, Wolfram; Hobbie, Silke; Koch, Walter; Könninger, Ulrich; Braun, Volkmar

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Free Content The carboxy-terminal C2-like domain of the α-toxin from Clostridium perfringens mediates calcium-dependent membrane recognition
pp. 867-876(10)
Authors: Guillouard, Isabelle; Alzari, Pedro M.; Saliou, Bernard; Cole, Stewart T.

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Free Content The XcpR protein of Pseudomonas aeruginosa dimerizes via its N-terminus
pp. 877-887(11)
Authors: Turner, Leah R.; Olson, John W.; Lory, Stephen

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Free Content DNA sequestration and transcription in the oriC region of Escherichia coli
pp. 889-896(8)
Authors: Bogan, Joseph A.; Helmstetter, Charles E.

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Free Content The Rhodobacter capsulatus hupSLC promoter: identification of cis-regulatory elements and of trans-activating factors involved in H2 activation of hupSLC transcription
pp. 927-937(11)
Authors: Toussaint, Bertrand; de Sury d'Aspremont, Régis; Delic-Attree, Ina; Berchet, Véronique; Elsen, Sylvie; Colbeau, Annette; Dischert, Wanda; Lazzaroni, Yannick; Vignais, Paulette M.

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Free Content Mechanism of bacteriophage SfII-mediated serotype conversion in Shigella flexneri
pp. 939-950(12)
Authors: Mavris, Maria; Manning, Paul A.; Morona, Renato

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Free Content The poison–antidote stability system of the broad-host-range Thiobacillus ferrooxidans plasmid pTF-FC2
pp. 961-970(10)
Authors: Smith, Anthony S. G.; Rawlings, Douglas E.

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Free Content Differential Opa specificities for CD66 receptors influence tissue interactions and cellular response to Neisseria gonorrhoeae
pp. 971-980(10)
Authors: Gray-Owen, Scott D.; Lorenzen, Dirk R.; Haude, Anja; Meyer, Thomas F.; Dehio, Christoph

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Free Content Elevated expression of stress response genes resulting from deletion of the PHO85 gene
pp. 981-990(10)
Authors: Timblin, Barbara K.; Bergman, Lawrence W.

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Free Content Identification of novel intergenic repetitive units in a mycobacterial two-component system operon
pp. 991-1003(13)
Authors: Supply, Philip; Magdalena, Juana; Himpens, Sabine; Locht, Camille

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Free Content rpoB sequence analysis as a novel basis for bacterial identification
pp. 1005-1011(7)
Authors: Mollet, Christophe; Drancourt, Michel; Raoult, Didier

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Free Content Antagonistic effect of CRP and KdgR in the transcription control of the Erwinia chrysanthemi pectinolysis genes
pp. 1071-1082(12)
Authors: Nasser, William; Robert-Baudouy, Janine; Reverchon, Sylvie

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Free Content Evidence for two chemosensory pathways in Rhodobacter sphaeroides
pp. 1083-1096(14)
Authors: Hamblin, Paul A.; Maguire, Bruce A.; Grishanin, Ruslan N.; Armitage, Judith P.

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Free Content KapB is a lipoprotein required for KinB signal transduction and activation of the phosphorelay to sporulation in Bacillus subtilis
pp. 1097-1108(12)
Authors: Dartois, Véronique; Djavakhishvili, Tsotne; Hoch, James A.

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Free Content Escherichia coli RNase III (rnc) autoregulation occurs independently of rnc gene translation
pp. 1125-1135(11)
Authors: Matsunaga, James; Simons, Elizabeth L.; Simons, Robert W.

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Free Content MicroCorrespondence
pp. 1137-1143(7)

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