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Volume 57, Number 3, August 2005

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Free Content Fighting an enemy within: cytoplasmic inhibitors of bacterial cysteine proteases
pp. 605-610(6)
Authors: Potempa, Jan; Golonka, Ewa; Filipek, Renata; Shaw, Lindsey N.

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Free Content Where asymmetry in gene expression originates
pp. 611-620(10)
Authors: Barák, Imrich; Wilkinson, Anthony J.

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Free Content The phage-shock-protein response
pp. 621-628(8)
Author: Darwin, Andrew J.

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Free Content C-di-GMP: the dawning of a novel bacterial signalling system
pp. 629-639(11)
Authors: Römling, Ute; Gomelsky, Mark; Galperin, Michael Y.

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Free Content SpeB–Spi: a novel protease–inhibitor pair from Streptococcus pyogenes
pp. 650-666(17)
Authors: Kagawa, Todd F.; O'Toole, Paul W.; Cooney, Jakki C.

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Free Content Interaction of Rv1625c, a mycobacterial class IIIa adenylyl cyclase, with a mammalian congener
pp. 667-677(11)
Authors: Guo, Ying Lan; Kurz, Ursula; Schultz, Anita; Linder, Jürgen U.; Dittrich, Dorothea; Keller, Christine; Ehlers, Stefan; Sander, Peter; Schultz, Joachim E.

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Free Content DNA polymerase I acts in translesion synthesis mediated by the Y-polymerases in Bacillus subtilis
pp. 678-690(13)
Authors: Duigou, Stéphane; Ehrlich, S. Dusko; Noirot, Philippe; Noirot-Gros, Marie-Françoise

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Free Content Horizontal transfer of Yersinia high-pathogenicity island by the conjugative RP4 attB target-presenting shuttle plasmid
pp. 727-734(8)
Authors: Antonenka, Uladzimir; Nölting, Christina; Heesemann, Jürgen; Rakin, Alexander

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Free Content NssR, a member of the Crp-Fnr superfamily from Campylobacter jejuni, regulates a nitrosative stress-responsive regulon that includes both a single-domain and a truncated haemoglobin
pp. 735-750(16)
Authors: Elvers, Karen T.; Turner, Sue M.; Wainwright, Laura M.; Marsden, Gemma; Hinds, Jason; Cole, Jeffrey A.; Poole, Robert K.; Penn, Charles W.; Park, Simon F.

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Free Content Polyphosphate kinase regulates error-prone replication by DNA polymerase IV in Escherichia coli
pp. 751-761(11)
Authors: Stumpf, Jeffrey D.; Foster, Patricia L.

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Free Content BrgE is a regulator of Myxococcus xanthus development
pp. 762-773(12)
Authors: Pham, Vinh D.; Shebelut, Conrad W.; Zumstein, Erin J.; Singer, Mitchell

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Free Content Large increases in attractant concentration disrupt the polar localization of bacterial chemoreceptors
pp. 774-785(12)
Authors: Lamanna, Allison C.; Ordal, George W.; Kiessling, Laura L.

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Free Content Roles for fibrinogen, immunoglobulin and complement in platelet activation promoted by Staphylococcus aureus clumping factor A
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Authors: Loughman, Anthony; Fitzgerald, J. Ross; Brennan, Marian P.; Higgins, Judy; Downer, Robert; Cox, Dermot; Foster, Timothy J.

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Free Content Ability of IncP-9 plasmid pM3 to replicate in Escherichia coli is dependent on both rep and par functions
pp. 819-833(15)
Authors: Sevastsyanovich, Yanina R.; Titok, Marina A.; Krasowiak, Renata; Bingle, Lewis E. H.; Thomas, Christopher M.

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Free Content Zap1 activation domain 1 and its role in controlling gene expression in response to cellular zinc status
pp. 834-846(13)
Authors: Herbig, Andrew; Bird, Amanda J.; Swierczek, Sabina; McCall, Keith; Mooney, Michelle; Wu, Chang-Yi; Winge, Dennis R.; Eide, David J.

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Free Content Mycobacterium tuberculosis appears to lack α-ketoglutarate dehydrogenase and encodes pyruvate dehydrogenase in widely separated genes
pp. 859-868(10)
Authors: Tian, Jing; Bryk, Ruslana; Shi, Shuangping; Erdjument-Bromage, Hediye; Tempst, Paul; Nathan, Carl

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Free Content A member of the cAMP receptor protein family of transcription regulators in Mycobacterium tuberculosis is required for virulence in mice and controls transcription of the rpfA gene coding for a resuscitation promoting factor
pp. 869-869(1)
Authors: Rickman, Lisa; Scott, Colin; Hunt, Debbie M.; Hutchinson, Thomas; Menéndez, M. Carmen; Whalan, Rachael; Hinds, Jason; Colston, M. Joseph; Green, Jeffrey; Buxton, Roger S.

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