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Authors: BASSIAS J BRUCKNER R
Citation: J. Bassias et R. Bruckner, REGULATION OF LACTOSE UTILIZATION GENES IN STAPHYLOCOCCUS-XYLOSUS, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2273-2279

Authors: SOUSA C KOTRBA P RUML T CEBOLLA A DELORENZO V
Citation: C. Sousa et al., METALLOADSORPTION BY ESCHERICHIA-COLI-CELLS DISPLAYING YEAST AND MAMMALIAN METALLOTHIONEINS ANCHORED TO THE OUTER-MEMBRANE PROTEIN LAMB, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2280-2284

Authors: HENRIQUES AO MELSEN LR MORAN CP
Citation: Ao. Henriques et al., INVOLVEMENT OF SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE IN SPORE COAT ASSEMBLY IN BACILLUS-SUBTILIS, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2285-2291

Authors: CLAIRMONT CA SWEASY JB
Citation: Ca. Clairmont et Jb. Sweasy, THE POL BETA-14 DOMINANT-NEGATIVE RAT DNA-POLYMERASE-BETA MUTATOR MUTANT COMMITS ERRORS DURING THE GAP-FILLING STEP OF BASE EXCISION-REPAIRIN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2292-2297

Authors: LEE SH ANGELICHIO MJ MEKALANOS JJ CAMILLI A
Citation: Sh. Lee et al., NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE AND SPATIOTEMPORAL EXPRESSION OF THE VIBRIO-CHOLERAE VIESAB GENES DURING INFECTION, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2298-2305

Authors: KADURUGAMUWA JL MAYER A MESSNER P SARA M SLEYTR UB BEVERIDGE TJ
Citation: Jl. Kadurugamuwa et al., S-LAYERED ANEURINIBACILLUS AND BACILLUS SPP. ARE SUSCEPTIBLE TO THE LYTIC ACTION OF PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA MEMBRANE-VESICLES, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2306-2311

Authors: CHAILLOU S LOKMAN BC LEER RJ POSTHUMA C POSTMA PW POUWELS PH
Citation: S. Chaillou et al., CLONING, SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS, AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE GENES INVOLVED IN ISOPRIMEVEROSE METABOLISM IN LACTOBACILLUS-PENTOSUS, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2312-2320

Authors: BUCHRIESER C PRENTICE M CARNIEL E
Citation: C. Buchrieser et al., THE 102-KILOBASE UNSTABLE REGION OF YERSINIA-PESTIS COMPRISES A HIGH-PATHOGENICITY ISLAND LINKED TO A PIGMENTATION SEGMENT WHICH UNDERGOES INTERNAL REARRANGEMENT, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2321-2329

Authors: PELLETIER DA HARWOOD CS
Citation: Da. Pelletier et Cs. Harwood, 2-KETOCYCLOHEXANECARBOXYL COENZYME-A HYDROLASE, THE RING-CLEAVAGE ENZYME REQUIRED FOR ANAEROBIC BENZOATE DEGRADATION BY RHODOPSEUDOMONAS-PALUSTRIS, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2330-2336

Authors: PARALES RE EMIG MD LYNCH NA GIBSON DT
Citation: Re. Parales et al., SUBSTRATE SPECIFICITIES OF HYBRID NAPHTHALENE AND 2,1-DINITROTOLUENE DIOXYGENASE ENZYME-SYSTEMS, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2337-2344

Authors: CHEN J BREVET A BLANQUET S PLATEAU P
Citation: J. Chen et al., CONTROL OF 5',5'-DINUCLEOSIDE TRIPHOSPHATE CATABOLISM BY APH1, A SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE ANALOG OF HUMAN FHIT, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2345-2349

Authors: PETTERSSON B BOLSKE G THIAUCOURT F UHLEN M JOHANSSON KE
Citation: B. Pettersson et al., MOLECULAR EVOLUTION OF MYCOPLASMA-CAPRICOLUM SUBSP CAPRIPNEUMONIAE STRAINS, BASED ON POLYMORPHISMS IN THE 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA GENES, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2350-2358

Authors: TAN M GAAL T GOURSE RL ENGEL JN
Citation: M. Tan et al., MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE CHLAMYDIA-TRACHOMATIS RIBOSOMAL-RNA P1 PROMOTER DEFINES 4 REGIONS IMPORTANT FOR TRANSCRIPTION IN-VITRO, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2359-2366

Authors: CHUGANI SA PARSEK MR CHAKRABARTY AM
Citation: Sa. Chugani et al., TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION MEDIATED BY LYSR-TYPE REGULATOR CATR BOUNDAT MULTIPLE BINDING-SITES, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2367-2372

Authors: BRAIG HR ZHOU WG DOBSON SL ONEILL SL
Citation: Hr. Braig et al., CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A GENE ENCODING THE MAJOR SURFACE PROTEIN OF THE BACTERIAL ENDOSYMBIONT WOLBACHIA-PIPIENTIS, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2373-2378

Authors: LOMOVSKAYA N DOIKATAYAMA Y FILIPPINI S NASTRO C FONSTEIN L GALLO M COLOMBO AL HUTCHINSON CR
Citation: N. Lomovskaya et al., THE STREPTOMYCES-PEUCETIUS DPSY AND DNRX GENES GOVERN EARLY AND LATE STEPS OF DAUNORUBICIN AND DOXORUBICIN BIOSYNTHESIS, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2379-2386

Authors: WELZ D BRAUN V
Citation: D. Welz et V. Braun, FERRIC CITRATE TRANSPORT OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI - FUNCTIONAL REGIONS OF THE FECR TRANSMEMBRANE REGULATORY PROTEIN, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2387-2394

Authors: NARBERHAUS F KOWARIK M BECK C HENNECKE H
Citation: F. Narberhaus et al., PROMOTER SELECTIVITY OF THE BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM RPOH TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2395-2401

Authors: NAKAHIGASHI K YANAGI H YURA T
Citation: K. Nakahigashi et al., REGULATORY CONSERVATION AND DIVERGENCE OF SIGMA(32) HOMOLOGS FROM GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA - SERRATIA-MARCESCENS, PROTEUS-MIRABILIS, PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA, AND AGROBACTERIUM-TUMEFACIENS, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2402-2408

Authors: BEARSON BL WILSON L FOSTER JW
Citation: Bl. Bearson et al., A LOW PH-INDUCIBLE, PHOPQ-DEPENDENT ACID TOLERANCE RESPONSE PROTECTS SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM AGAINST INORGANIC ACID STRESS, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2409-2417

Authors: GE YG LI CH CORUM L SLAUGHTER CA CHARON NW
Citation: Yg. Ge et al., STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION OF THE FLAA PERIPLASMIC FLAGELLAR PROTEIN OFBORRELIA-BURGDORFERI, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2418-2425

Authors: HOFMEISTER A
Citation: A. Hofmeister, ACTIVATION OF THE PROPROTEIN TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR PRO-SIGMA(E) IS ASSOCIATED WITH ITS PROGRESSION THROUGH 3 PATTERNS OF SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION DURING SPORULATION IN BACILLUS-SUBTILIS, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2426-2433

Authors: ZHANG B HOFMEISTER A KROOS L
Citation: B. Zhang et al., THE PROSEQUENCE OF PRO-SIGMA(K) PROMOTES MEMBRANE ASSOCIATION AND INHIBITS RNA-POLYMERASE CORE BINDING, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2434-2441

Authors: VIDAL O LONGIN R PRIGENTCOMBARET C DOREL C HOOREMAN M LEJEUNE P
Citation: O. Vidal et al., ISOLATION OF AN ESCHERICHIA-COLI K-12 MUTANT STRAIN ABLE TO FORM BIOFILMS ON INERT SURFACES - INVOLVEMENT OF A NEW OMPR ALLELE THAT INCREASES CURLI EXPRESSION, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2442-2449

Authors: LI N CANNON MC
Citation: N. Li et Mc. Cannon, GAS VESICLE GENES IDENTIFIED IN BACILLUS-MEGATERIUM AND FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI, Journal of bacteriology, 180(9), 1998, pp. 2450-2458
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