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Volume 82, Number 5, 1 December 2011

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Free Content The virtue of temperance: built‐in negative regulators of quorum sensing in
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Free Content An activation domain of plasmid R1 TraI protein delineates stages of gene transfer initiation
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Free Content Probing the mechanistic role of the long α‐helix in subunit L of respiratory Complex I from
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Free Content Super‐resolution microscopy reveals cell wall dynamics and peptidoglycan architecture in ovococcal bacteria
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Free Content cAMP‐CRP co‐ordinates the expression of the protein acetylation pathway with central metabolism in
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Free Content Meningococcal surface fibril (Msf) binds to activated vitronectin and inhibits the terminal complement pathway to increase serum resistance
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Free Content Sulfoquinovose synthase – an important enzyme in the
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Free Content The two‐component histidine kinases DrkA and SlnA are required for
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Free Content Quantitative proteomics reveals metabolic and pathogenic properties of
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Free Content Localization and activity of the calcineurin catalytic and regulatory subunit complex at the septum is essential for hyphal elongation and proper septation in
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Free Content RNase J is a 5′‐3′ exo‐/endoribonuclease and both RNase J and RNase E are involved in ribosomal RNA maturation
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Free Content Separate inputs modulate phosphorylation‐dependent and ‐independent type VI secretion activation
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Free Content Fructose‐1,6‐bisphosphate aldolase (class II) is the primary site of nickel toxicity in
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