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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 59, Number 5, March 2006

Free Content Chromosome healing by de novo telomere addition in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
pp. 1357-1368(12)
Authors: Pennaneach, Vincent; Putnam, Christopher D.; Kolodner, Richard D.

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Free Content CelTOS, a novel malarial protein that mediates transmission to mosquito and vertebrate hosts
pp. 1369-1379(11)
Authors: Kariu, Tohru; Ishino, Tomoko; Yano, Kazuhiko; Chinzei, Yasuo; Yuda, Masao

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Free Content The role of proton motive force in expression of the Staphylococcus aureus cid and lrg operons
pp. 1395-1404(10)
Authors: Patton, Toni G.; Yang, Soo-Jin; Bayles, Kenneth W.

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Free Content Mycobacterium tuberculosis prcBA genes encode a gated proteasome with broad oligopeptide specificity
pp. 1405-1416(12)
Authors: Lin, Gang; Hu, Guiqing; Tsu, Christopher; Kunes, Yune Z.; Li, Huilin; Dick, Lawrence; Parsons, Thomas; Li, Ping; Chen, Zhiqiang; Zwickl, Peter; Weich, Nadine; Nathan, Carl

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Free Content Structure of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis proteasome and mechanism of inhibition by a peptidyl boronate
pp. 1417-1428(12)
Authors: Hu, Guiqing; Lin, Gang; Wang, Ming; Dick, Lawrence; Xu, Rui-Ming; Nathan, Carl; Li, Huilin

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Free Content CRZ1, a target of the calcineurin pathway in Candida albicans
pp. 1429-1451(23)
Authors: Karababa, Mahir; Valentino, Emilio; Pardini, Giacomo; Coste, Alix T.; Bille, Jacques; Sanglard, Dominique

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Free Content Rad52 depletion in Candida albicans triggers both the DNA-damage checkpoint and filamentation accompanied by but independent of expression of hypha-specific genes
pp. 1452-1472(21)
Authors: Andaluz, Encarnación; Ciudad, Toni; Gómez-Raja, Jonathan; Calderone, Richard; Larriba, Germán

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Free Content Borrelia burgdorferi lipoproteins are secreted to the outer surface by default
pp. 1473-1484(12)
Authors: Schulze, Ryan J.; Zückert, Wolfram R.

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Free Content Ammonium permease-based sensing mechanism for rapid ammonium activation of the protein kinase A pathway in yeast
pp. 1485-1505(21)
Authors: Van Nuland, An; Vandormael, Patrick; Donaton, Monica; Alenquer, Marta; Lourenço, Artur; Quintino, Edgar; Versele, Matthias; Thevelein, Johan M.

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Free Content The ISWI and CHD1 chromatin remodelling activities influence ADH2 expression and chromatin organization
pp. 1531-1541(11)
Authors: Xella, Barbara; Goding, Colin; Agricola, Eleonora; Di Mauro, Ernesto; Caserta, Micaela

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Free Content Hfq-dependent alterations of the transcriptome profile and effects on quorum sensing in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
pp. 1542-1558(17)
Authors: Sonnleitner, Elisabeth; Schuster, Martin; Sorger-Domenigg, Theresa; Greenberg, Everett Peter; Bläsi, Udo

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Free Content Identification of a megaplasmid centromere reveals genetic structural diversity within the repABC family of basic replicons
pp. 1559-1575(17)
Authors: MacLellan, Shawn R.; Zaheer, Rahat; Sartor, Andrea L.; MacLean, Allyson M.; Finan, Turlough M.

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Free Content GTP drives myosin light chain 1 interaction with the class V myosin Myo2 IQ motifs via a Sec2 RabGEF-mediated pathway
pp. 1576-1590(15)
Authors: Bielli, Pamela; Casavola, Elena Caroli; Biroccio, Antonino; Urbani, Andrea; Ragnini-Wilson, Antonella

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Free Content Inactivation of the fibronectin-binding adhesin gene bbk32 significantly attenuates the infectivity potential of Borrelia burgdorferi
pp. 1591-1601(11)
Authors: Seshu, J.; Esteve-Gassent, M. Dolores; Labandeira-Rey, Maria; Kim, Jung Hwa; Trzeciakowski, Jerome P.; Höök, Magnus; Skare, Jonathan T.

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Free Content A new protein superfamily includes two novel 3-methyladenine DNA glycosylases from Bacillus cereus, AlkC and AlkD
pp. 1602-1609(8)
Authors: Alseth, Ingrun; Rognes, Torbjørn; Lindbäck, Toril; Solberg, Inger; Robertsen, Kristin; Kristiansen, Knut Ivan; Mainieri, Davide; Lillehagen, Lucy; Kolstø, Anne-Brit; Bjørås, Magnar

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Free Content A C-terminal translocation signal is necessary, but not sufficient for type IV secretion of the Helicobacter pylori CagA protein
pp. 1624-1637(14)
Authors: Hohlfeld, Sabine; Pattis, Isabelle; Püls, Jürgen; Plano, Gregory V.; Haas, Rainer; Fischer, Wolfgang

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