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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 81, Number 6, 1 September 2011

Free Content Stage‐specific requirement for Isa1 and Isa2 proteins in the mitochondrion of
pp. 1403-1418(16)
Authors: Long, Shaojun; Changmai, Piya; Tsaousis, Anastasios D.; Skalický, Tomáš; Verner, Zdeněk; Wen, Yan‐Zi; Roger, Andrew J.; Lukeš, Julius

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Free Content The cell wall binding domain of
pp. 1419-1432(14)
Authors: Eugster, Marcel R.; Haug, Martina C.; Huwiler, Simona G.; Loessner, Martin J.

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Free Content Transcription factor genes of
pp. 1433-1445(13)
Authors: Ohm, Robin A.; de Jong, Jan F.; de Bekker, Charissa; Wösten, Han A. B.; Lugones, Luis G.

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pp. 1446-1458(13)
Authors: Wyckoff, Elizabeth E.; Payne, Shelley M.

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Free Content RNA processing in
pp. 1459-1473(15)
Authors: Lehnik‐Habrink, Martin; Schaffer, Marc; Mäder, Ulrike; Diethmaier, Christine; Herzberg, Christina; Stülke, Jörg

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Free Content Regulation of chaperone/effector complex synthesis in a bacterial type III secretion system
pp. 1474-1483(10)
Authors: Button, Julie E.; Galán, Jorge E.

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Free Content A seven‐WD40 protein related to human RACK1 regulates mating and virulence in
pp. 1484-1498(15)
Authors: Wang, Lei; Berndt, Patrick; Xia, Xiaojuan; Kahnt, Jörg; Kahmann, Regine

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Free Content Biofilm growth alters regulation of conjugation by a bacterial pheromone
pp. 1499-1510(12)
Authors: Cook, Laura; Chatterjee, Anushree; Barnes, Aaron; Yarwood, Jeremy; Hu, Wei‐Shou; Dunny, Gary

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Free Content Inactivation of a
pp. 1511-1525(15)
Authors: Haussig, Joana M.; Matuschewski, Kai; Kooij, Taco W. A.

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Free Content RNase Y is responsible for uncoupling the expression of translation factor IF3 from that of the ribosomal proteins L35 and L20 in
pp. 1526-1541(16)
Authors: Bruscella, Patrice; Shahbabian, Karen; Laalami, Soumaya; Putzer, Harald

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Free Content HtrA is a major virulence determinant of
pp. 1542-1559(18)
Authors: Chitlaru, Theodor; Zaide, Galia; Ehrlich, Sharon; Inbar, Itzhak; Cohen, Ofer; Shafferman, Avigdor

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Free Content The copper regulon of the human fungal pathogen
pp. 1560-1576(17)
Authors: Ding, Chen; Yin, Jun; Tovar, Edgar Mauricio Medina; Fitzpatrick, David A.; Higgins, Desmond G.; Thiele, Dennis J.

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pp. 1577-1592(16)
Authors: Elamin, Ayssar A.; Stehr, Matthias; Spallek, Ralf; Rohde, Manfred; Singh, Mahavir

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Free Content RepC protein of the octopine‐type Ti plasmid binds to the probable origin of replication within
pp. 1593-1606(14)
Authors: Pinto, Uelinton M.; Flores‐Mireles, Ana L.; Costa, Esther D.; Winans, Stephen C.

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Free Content responds to flavonoids through KaeR, a LysR‐type of transcriptional regulator
pp. 1623-1639(17)
Authors: Pande, Santosh G.; Pagliai, Fernando A.; Gardner, Christopher L.; Wrench, Algevis; Narvel, Raed; Gonzalez, Claudio F.; Lorca, Graciela L.

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Free Content Termination of
pp. 1640-1653(14)
Authors: Abuaita, Basel H.; Withey, Jeffrey H.

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