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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 49, Number 5, September 2003

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Free Content Mycobacterial porins – new channel proteins in unique outer membranes
pp. 1167-1177(11)
Author: Niederweis, Michael

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Free Content Analysis of the biosynthetic gene cluster for the polyether antibiotic monensin in Streptomyces cinnamonensis and evidence for the role of monB and monC genes in oxidative cyclization
pp. 1179-1190(12)
Authors: Oliynyk, Markiyan; Stark, Christian B. W.; Bhatt, Apoorva; Jones, Michelle A.; Hughes-Thomas, Zoë A.; Wilkinson, Christopher; Oliynyk, Zoryana; Demydchuk, Yuliya; Staunton, James; Leadlay, Peter F.

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Free Content Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy reveals the functional state of the signalling protein CheY in vivo in Escherichia coli
pp. 1191-1200(10)
Authors: Hubbard, Julia A.; MacLachlan, Lesley K.; King, Gavin W.; Jones, Joanna J.; Fosberry, Andrew P.

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Free Content Specific targeting of a DNA-binding protein to the SPP1 procapsid by interaction with the portal oligomer
pp. 1201-1212(12)
Authors: Stiege, Asita C.; Isidro, Anabela; Dröge, Anja; Tavares, Paulo

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Free Content The CtsR regulator of Listeria monocytogenes contains a variant glycine repeat region that affects piezotolerance, stress resistance, motility and virulence
pp. 1227-1238(12)
Authors: Karatzas, Kimon A. G.; Wouters, Jeroen A.; Gahan, Cormac G. M.; Hill, Colin; Abee, Tjakko; Bennik, Marjon H. J.

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Free Content A bacterial conjugation machinery recruited for pathogenesis
pp. 1253-1266(14)
Authors: Seubert, Anja; Hiestand, Rosemarie; de la Cruz, Fernando; Dehio, Christoph

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Free Content Overexpression of a human and a fungal ABC transporter similarly suppresses the differentiation defects of a fungal peroxisomal mutant but introduces pleiotropic cellular effects
pp. 1287-1296(10)
Authors: Boisnard, Stéphanie; Zickler, Denise; Picard, Marguerite; Berteaux-Lecellier, Véronique

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Free Content Elongator's toxin-target (TOT) function is nuclear localization sequence dependent and suppressed by post-translational modification
pp. 1297-1307(11)
Authors: Fichtner, Lars; Jablonowski, Daniel; Schierhorn, Angelika; Kitamoto, Hiroko K.; Stark, Michael J. R.; Schaffrath, Raffael

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Free Content GadE (YhiE) activates glutamate decarboxylase-dependent acid resistance in Escherichia coli K-12
pp. 1309-1320(12)
Authors: Ma, Zhuo; Gong, Shimei; Richard, Hope; Tucker, Don L.; Conway, Tyrrell; Foster, John W.

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Free Content The link between 20S proteasome activity and post-replication DNA repair in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
pp. 1321-1332(12)
Authors: Podlaska, Agnieszka; McIntyre, Justyna; Skoneczna, Adrianna; Sledziewska-Gojska, Ewa

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Free Content Regulation of tryptophan synthase gene expression in Chlamydia trachomatis
pp. 1347-1359(13)
Authors: Wood, Heidi; Fehlner-Gardner, Christine; Berry, Jody; Fischer, Elizabeth; Graham, Bonnie; Hackstadt, Ted; Roshick, Christine; McClarty, Grant

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Free Content Ena/VASP proteins contribute to Listeriamonocytogenes pathogenesis by controlling temporal and spatial persistence of bacterial actin-based motility
pp. 1361-1375(15)
Authors: Auerbuch, Victoria; Loureiro, Joseph J.; Gertler, Frank B.; Theriot, Julie A.; Portnoy, Daniel A.

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Free Content A subset of bacterial inner membrane proteins integrated by the twin-arginine translocase
pp. 1377-1390(14)
Authors: Hatzixanthis, Kostas; Palmer, Tracy; Sargent, Frank

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Free Content CaSPA2 is important for polarity establishment and maintenance in Candida albicans
pp. 1391-1405(15)
Authors: Zheng, Xin-De; Wang, Yan-Ming; Wang, Yue

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Free Content A group II intron has invaded the genus Azotobacter and is inserted within the termination codon of the essential groEL gene
pp. 1407-1423(17)
Authors: Ferat, Jean-Luc; Le Gouar, Martine; Michel, François

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Free Content In Bacillus subtilis W23, the duet σXσM, two sigma factors of the extracytoplasmic function subfamily, are required for septum and wall synthesis under batch culture conditions
pp. 1435-1447(13)
Authors: Minnig, Kathrin; Barblan, Jean-Luc; Kehl, Sandrine; Möller, Siham Beggah; Mauël, Catherine

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