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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 61, Number 2, July 2006

Free Content A lesson in efficient killing from two-component lantibiotics
pp. 271-273(3)
Author: Breukink, Eefjan

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Free Content Promiscuity in multidrug recognition and transport:

the bacterial MFS Mdr transporters

pp. 277-284(8)
Authors: Lewinson, Oded; Adler, Julia; Sigal, Nadejda; Bibi, Eitan

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Free Content The mode of action of the lantibiotic lacticin 3147 – a complex mechanism involving specific interaction of two peptides and the cell wall precursor lipid II
pp. 285-296(12)
Authors: Wiedemann, Imke; Böttiger, Tim; Bonelli, Raquel R.; Wiese, Andre; Hagge, Sven O.; Gutsmann, Thomas; Seydel, Ulrich; Deegan, Lucy; Hill, Colin; Ross, Paul; Sahl, Hans-Georg

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Free Content Study of an alternate glyoxylate cycle for acetate assimilation by Rhodobacter sphaeroides
pp. 297-309(13)
Authors: Alber, Birgit E.; Spanheimer, Regina; Ebenau-Jehle, Christa; Fuchs, Georg

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Free Content Anthrax oedema toxin induces anthrax toxin receptor expression in monocyte-derived cells
pp. 324-337(14)
Authors: Maldonado-Arocho, Francisco J.; Fulcher, Jennifer A.; Lee, Benhur; Bradley, Kenneth A.

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Free Content EilA, a HilA-like regulator in enteroaggregative Escherichia coli
pp. 338-350(13)
Authors: Sheikh, Jalaluddin; Dudley, Edward G.; Sui, Baoquan; Tamboura, Boubou; Suleman, Altaf; Nataro, James P.

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Free Content Binding of the low-density lipoprotein by streptococcal collagen-like protein Scl1 of Streptococcus pyogenes
pp. 351-367(17)
Authors: Han, Runlin; Caswell, Clayton C.; Lukomska, Ewa; Keene, Douglas R.; Pawlowski, Marcin; Bujnicki, Janusz M.; Kim, Jiyeun K.; Lukomski, Slawomir

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Free Content Secretion signal of the filamentous haemagglutinin, a model two-partner secretion substrate
pp. 368-382(15)
Authors: Hodak, Hélène; Clantin, Bernard; Willery, Eve; Villeret, Vincent; Locht, Camille; Jacob-Dubuisson, Françoise

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Free Content Progressive segregation of the Escherichia coli chromosome
pp. 383-393(11)
Authors: Nielsen, Henrik J.; Li, Yongfang; Youngren, Brenda; Hansen, Flemming G.; Austin, Stuart

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Free Content Differential modulation of E. coli mRNA abundance by inhibitory proteins that alter the composition of the degradosome
pp. 394-406(13)
Authors: Gao, Junjun; Lee, Kangseok; Zhao, Meng; Qiu, Ji; Zhan, Xiaoming; Saxena, Ankur; Moore, Christopher J.; Cohen, Stanley N.; Georgiou, George

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Free Content Determinants of chemoreceptor cluster formation in Escherichia coli
pp. 407-417(11)
Authors: Kentner, David; Thiem, Sebastian; Hildenbeutel, Markus; Sourjik, Victor

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Free Content Ornithine lipid is required for optimal steady-state amounts of c-type cytochromes in Rhodobacter capsulatus
pp. 418-435(18)
Authors: Aygun-Sunar, Semra; Mandaci, Sevnur; Koch, Hans-George; Murray, Ian V. J.; Goldfine, Howard; Daldal, Fevzi

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Free Content Unique conjugation mechanism in mycelial streptomycetes: a DNA-binding ATPase translocates unprocessed plasmid DNA at the hyphal tip
pp. 436-446(11)
Authors: Reuther, Jens; Gekeler, Cordula; Tiffert, Yvonne; Wohlleben, Wolfgang; Muth, Günther

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Free Content Type IV pili function upstream of the Dif chemotaxis pathway in Myxococcus xanthus EPS regulation
pp. 447-456(10)
Authors: Black, Wesley P.; Xu, Qian; Yang, Zhaomin

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Free Content Interaction network in cyanobacterial nitrogen regulation: PipX, a protein that interacts in a 2-oxoglutarate dependent manner with PII and NtcA
pp. 457-469(13)
Authors: Espinosa, Javier; Forchhammer, Karl; Burillo, Sergio; Contreras, Asunción

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Free Content Surface anchoring of a bacterial adhesin secreted by the two-partner secretion pathway
pp. 470-483(14)
Authors: Buscher, Amy Z.; Grass, Susan; Heuser, John; Roth, Robyn; St. Geme, Joseph W.

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Free Content The poor growth of Rhodospirillum rubrum mutants lacking PII proteins is due to an excess of glutamine synthetase activity
pp. 497-510(14)
Authors: Zhang, Yaoping; Pohlmann, Edward L.; Conrad, Mary C.; Roberts, Gary P.

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