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Volume 74, Number 1, October 2009

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Free Content Transcriptional loops meet chromatin: a dual-layer network controls white–opaque switching in Candida albicans
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Authors: Hnisz, Denes; Schwarzmüller, Tobias; Kuchler, Karl

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Free Content A mechanism of transposon-mediated directed mutation
pp. 29-43(15)
Authors: Zhang, Zhongge; Saier, Milton H.

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Free Content Symmetric signalling within asymmetric dimers of the Staphylococcus aureus receptor histidine kinase AgrC
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Authors: George Cisar, Elizabeth A.; Geisinger, Edward; Muir, Tom W.; Novick, Richard P.

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Free Content The outer membrane of a heterocyst-forming cyanobacterium is a permeability barrier for uptake of metabolites that are exchanged between cells
pp. 58-70(13)
Authors: Nicolaisen, Kerstin; Mariscal, Vicente; Bredemeier, Rolf; Pernil, Rafael; Moslavac, Sunčana; López-Igual, Rocío; Maldener, Iris; Herrero, Antonia; Schleiff, Enrico; Flores, Enrique

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Free Content Replacement of the λ boxB RNA–N peptide with heterologous RNA–peptide interactions relaxes the strict spatial requirements for the formation of a transcription anti-termination complex
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Authors: Horiya, Satoru; Inaba, Mitsuru; Koh, Chang-Song; Uehara, Hiroaki; Masui, Naomi; Mizuguchi, Misa; Ishibashi, Masaya; Matsufuji, Senya; Harada, Kazuo

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Free Content An outer membrane protease of the omptin family prevents activation of the Citrobacter rodentium PhoPQ two-component system by antimicrobial peptides
pp. 98-111(14)
Authors: Le Sage, Valerie; Zhu, Lei; Lepage, Christine; Portt, Andrea; Viau, Charles; Daigle, France; Gruenheid, Samantha; Le Moual, Hervé

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Free Content Borrelia burgdorferi small lipoprotein Lp6.6 is a member of multiple protein complexes in the outer membrane and facilitates pathogen transmission from ticks to mice
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Authors: Promnares, Kamoltip; Kumar, Manish; Shroder, Deborah Y.; Zhang, Xinyue; Anderson, John F.; Pal, Utpal

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Free Content Phenotypic heterogeneity in expression of epitopes in the Cryptococcus neoformans capsule
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Authors: Gates-Hollingsworth, Marcellene A.; Kozel, Thomas R.

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Free Content Specific and pleiotropic patterns of mRNA regulation by ArcZ, a conserved, Hfq-dependent small RNA
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Authors: Papenfort, Kai; Said, Nelly; Welsink, Tim; Lucchini, Sacha; Hinton, Jay C. D.; Vogel, Jörg

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Free Content Contribution of AmyA, an extracellular α-glucan degrading enzyme, to group A streptococcal host–pathogen interaction
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Authors: Shelburne III, Samuel A.; Keith, David B.; Davenport, Michael T.; Beres, Stephen B.; Carroll, Ronan K.; Musser, James M.

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Free Content The TviA auxiliary protein renders the Salmonella enterica serotype Typhi RcsB regulon responsive to changes in osmolarity
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Authors: Winter, Sebastian E.; Winter, Maria G.; Thiennimitr, Parameth; Gerriets, Valerie A.; Nuccio, Sean-Paul; Rüssmann, Holger; Bäumler, Andreas J.

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Free Content Mutagenic lesion bypass and two functionally different RecA proteins in Deinococcus deserti
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Authors: Dulermo, Rémi; Fochesato, Sylvain; Blanchard, Laurence; de Groot, Arjan

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Free Content Interconvertibility of lipid- and translocon-bound forms of the bacterial Tat precursor pre-SufI
pp. 209-226(18)
Authors: Bageshwar, Umesh K.; Whitaker, Neal; Liang, Fu-Cheng; Musser, Siegfried M.

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Free Content Regulation of putative methyl-sulphide methyltransferases in Methanosarcina acetivorans C2A
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Authors: Bose, Arpita; Kulkarni, Gargi; Metcalf, William W.

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Free Content Interaction of FliK with the bacterial flagellar hook is required for efficient export specificity switching
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Authors: Minamino, Tohru; Moriya, Nao; Hirano, Takanori; Hughes, Kelly T.; Namba, Keiichi

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