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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 35, Number 3, February 2000

Free Content β-1,6-Glucan synthesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
pp. 477-489(13)
Authors: Shahinian, Serge; Bussey, Howard

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Free Content A bacterial genome in flux: the twelve linear and nine circular extrachromosomal DNAs in an infectious isolate of the Lyme disease spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi
pp. 490-516(27)
Authors: Casjens, Sherwood; Palmer, Nanette; van Vugt, René; Mun Huang, Wai; Stevenson, Brian; Rosa, Patricia; Lathigra, Raju; Sutton, Granger; Peterson, Jeremy; Dodson, Robert J.; Haft, Daniel; Hickey, Erin; Gwinn, Michelle; White, Owen; M. Fraser, Claire

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Free Content Acid- and multistress-resistant mutants of Lactococcus lactis : identification of intracellular stress signals
pp. 517-528(12)
Authors: Rallu, Fabien; Gruss, Alexandra; Ehrlich, S. Dusko; Maguin, Emmanuelle

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Free Content Genetic and biochemical evidence of a Campylobacter jejuni capsular polysaccharide that accounts for Penner serotype specificity
pp. 529-541(13)
Authors: Karlyshev, Andrey V.; Linton, Dennis; Gregson, Norman A.; Lastovica, Albert J.; Wren, Brendan W.

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Free Content Trypanosomes lacking trypanothione reductase are avirulent and show increased sensitivity to oxidative stress
pp. 542-552(11)
Authors: Krieger, S.; Schwarz, W.; Ariyanayagam, M. R.; Fairlamb, A. H.; Krauth-Siegel, R. L.; Clayton, C.

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Free Content Differential post-transcriptional regulation of yeast mRNAs in response to high and low glucose concentrations
pp. 553-565(13)
Authors: Yin, Zhikang; Hatton, Lee; Brown, Alistair J. P.

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Free Content A genomic analysis of two-component signal transduction in Streptococcus pneumoniae
pp. 566-576(11)
Authors: Throup, John P.; Koretke, Kristin K.; Bryant, Alexander P.; Ingraham, Karen A.; Chalker, Alison F.; Ge, Yigong; Marra, Andrea; Wallis, Nicola G.; Brown, James R.; Holmes, David J.; Rosenberg, Martin; Burnham, Martin K. R.

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Free Content The Brucella abortus Lon functions as a generalized stress response protease and is required for wild-type virulence in BALB/c mice
pp. 577-588(12)
Authors: Robertson, Gregory T.; Kovach, Michael E.; Allen, Chris A.; Ficht, Thomas A.; Roop, R. Martin

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Free Content A folding variant of α-lactalbumin with bactericidal activity against Streptococcus pneumoniae
pp. 589-600(12)
Authors: Håkansson, Anders; Svensson, Malin; Mossberg, Ann-Kristin; Sabharwal, Hemant; Linse, Sara; Lazou, Irene; Lönnerdal, Bo; Svanborg, Catharina

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Free Content The cell wall architecture of Candida albicans wild-type cells and cell wall-defective mutants
pp. 601-611(11)
Authors: Kapteyn, J. C.; Hoyer, L. L.; Hecht, J. E.; Müller, W. H.; Andel, A.; Verkleij, A. J.; Makarow, M.; Van Den Ende, H.; Klis, F. M.

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Free Content The putative DNA translocase SpoIIIE is required for sporulation of the symmetrically dividing coccal species Sporosarcina ureae
pp. 612-622(11)
Authors: Chary, Vasant K.; Hilbert, David W.; Higgins, Michael L.; Piggot, Patrick J.

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Free Content Characterization of two novel regulatory genes affecting Salmonella invasion gene expression
pp. 635-646(12)
Authors: Altier, Craig; Suyemoto, Mitsu; Ruiz, Angela I.; Burnham, Kara D.; Maurer, Russell

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Free Content BasT, a membrane-bound transducer protein for amino acid detection in Halobacterium salinarum
pp. 647-656(10)
Authors: Kokoeva, Maia V.; Oesterhelt, Dieter

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Free Content The response regulator RssB, a recognition factor for σS proteolysis in Escherichia coli, can act like an anti-σS factor
pp. 657-666(10)
Authors: Becker, Gisela; Klauck, Eberhard; Hengge-Aronis, Regine

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Free Content Homologous gene knockout in the archaeon Halobacterium salinarum with ura3 as a counterselectable marker
pp. 667-676(10)
Authors: Peck, Ronald F.; DasSarma, Shiladitya; Krebs, Mark P.

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Free Content A NapC/NirT-type cytochrome c (NrfH) is the mediator between the quinone pool and the cytochrome c nitrite reductase of Wolinella succinogenes
pp. 686-696(11)
Authors: Simon, Jörg; Gross, Roland; Einsle, Oliver; Kroneck, Peter M. H.; Kröger, Achim; Klimmek, Oliver

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Free Content Reply to Kyrpides and Ouzounis
pp. 697-698(2)
Author: Mushegian, Arcady R.

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