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Authors: SPRENGER GA
Citation: Ga. Sprenger, CARBOHYDRATE-METABOLISM IN ZYMOMONAS-MOBILIS - A CATABOLIC HIGHWAY WITH SOME SCENIC ROUTES, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 301-307

Authors: ARON L TOTH C GODFREY HP CABELLO FC
Citation: L. Aron et al., IDENTIFICATION AND MAPPING OF A CHROMOSOMAL GENE-CLUSTER OF BORRELIA-BURGDORFERI CONTAINING GENES EXPRESSED IN-VIVO, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 309-314

Authors: CRUZ AA MARUJO PE NEWBURY SF ARRAIANO CM
Citation: Aa. Cruz et al., A NEW ROLE FOR RNASE-II IN MESSENGER-RNA DECAY - STRIKING DIFFERENCESBETWEEN RNASE-II MUTANTS AND SIMILARITIES WITH A STRAIN DEFICIENT IN RNASE-E, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 315-324

Authors: HIGH NJ DEADMAN ME HOOD DW MOXON ER
Citation: Nj. High et al., THE IDENTIFICATION A NOVEL GENE REQUIRED FOR LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE BIOSYNTHESIS BY HAEMOPHILUS-INFLUENZAE RM7004, USING TRANSPOSON TN916 MUTAGENESIS, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 325-331

Authors: MEZA R NUNEZVALDEZ ME SANCHEZ J BRAVO A
Citation: R. Meza et al., ISOLATION OF CRY1AB PROTEIN MUTANTS OF BACILLUS-THURINGIENSIS BY A HIGHLY EFFICIENT PCR SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS SYSTEM, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 333-339

Authors: SCHROGEL O KRISPIN O ALLMANSBERGER R
Citation: O. Schrogel et al., EXPRESSION OF A PEPT HOMOLOG FROM BACILLUS-SUBTILIS, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 341-348

Authors: JAOUA S ZOUARI N TOUNSI S ELLOUZ R
Citation: S. Jaoua et al., STUDY OF THE DELTA-ENDOTOXINS PRODUCED BY 3 RECENTLY ISOLATED STRAINSOF BACILLUS-THURINGIENSIS, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 349-354

Authors: FULOP L TRAN SLP PRAGAI Z FELFOLDI F PONYI T
Citation: L. Fulop et al., CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF A BETA-1,4-ENDOGLUCANASE GENE FROM CELLULOMONAS SP CE1B7 IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI, PURIFICATION CHARACTERIZATION OF THE RECOMBINANT ENZYME, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 355-360

Authors: TAKASHIMA S IIKURA H NAKAMURA A MASAKI H UOZUMI T
Citation: S. Takashima et al., ANALYSIS OF CRE1 BINDING-SITES IN THE TRICHODERMA-REESEI CBH1 UPSTREAM REGION, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 361-366

Authors: BOUREL G BEKAL S DIVIES C PREVOST H
Citation: G. Bourel et al., CITRATE PERMEASE GENE-EXPRESSION IN LACTOCOCCUS-LACTIS SUBSP LACTIS STRAINS IL1403 AND MG1363, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 367-370

Authors: THOMAS CE CARBONETTI NH SPARLING PF
Citation: Ce. Thomas et al., PSEUDO-TRANSPOSITION OF A TN5 DERIVATIVE IN NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 371-376

Authors: CAETANOANOLLES G TRIGIANO RN WINDHAM MT
Citation: G. Caetanoanolles et al., SEQUENCE SIGNATURES FROM DNA AMPLIFICATION FINGERPRINTS REVEAL FINE POPULATION-STRUCTURE OF THE DOGWOOD PATHOGEN DISCULA-DESTRUCTIVA, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 377-383

Authors: FEKETE C WESZELY T HORNOK L
Citation: C. Fekete et al., ASSIGNMENT OF A PCR-AMPLIFIED CHITINASE SEQUENCE CLONED FROM TRICHODERMA-HAMATUM TO RESOLVED CHROMOSOMES OF POTENTIAL BIOCONTROL SPECIES OFTRICHODERMA, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 385-391

Authors: ZHAO J DEKOKER TH JANSE BJH
Citation: J. Zhao et al., COMPARATIVE-STUDIES OF LIGNIN PEROXIDASES AND MANGANESE-DEPENDENT PEROXIDASES PRODUCED BY SELECTED WHITE-ROT FUNGI IN SOLID MEDIA, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 393-399

Authors: VANDERVAART JM TEBIESEBEKE R CHAPMAN JW KLIS FM VERRIPS CT
Citation: Jm. Vandervaart et al., THE BETA-1,6-GLUCAN CONTAINING SIDE-CHAIN OF CELL-WALL PROTEINS OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE IS BOUND TO THE GLYCAN CORE OF THE GPI MOIETY, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 401-407

Authors: HALLBERG KB DOPSON M LINDSTROM EB
Citation: Kb. Hallberg et al., ARSENIC TOXICITY IS NOT DUE TO A DIRECT EFFECT ON THE OXIDATION OF REDUCED INORGANIC SULFUR-COMPOUNDS BY THIOBACILLUS-CALDUS, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 409-414

Authors: WATANABE Y IMAI K OISHI H TAMAI Y
Citation: Y. Watanabe et al., DISRUPTION OF PHOSPHOLIPASE-B GENE, PLB1, INCREASES THE SURVIVAL OF BAKERS-YEAST TORULASPORA-DELBRUECKII, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 415-420

Authors: LEVINSON HS MAHLER I BLACKWELDER P HOOD T
Citation: Hs. Levinson et al., LEAD RESISTANCE AND SENSITIVITY IN STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 421-425

Authors: TOMITA Y ZHU X OCHIAI K NAMIKI Y OKADA T IKEMI T FUKUSHIMA K
Citation: Y. Tomita et al., EVALUATION OF 3 INDIVIDUAL GLUCOSYLTRANSFERASES PRODUCED BY STREPTOCOCCUS-MUTANS USING MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 427-432

Authors: PHELPS CD KAZUMI J YOUNG LY
Citation: Cd. Phelps et al., ANAEROBIC DEGRADATION OF BENZENE IN BTX MIXTURES DEPENDENT ON SULFATEREDUCTION, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 433-437

Authors: HYDE SM WOOD PM
Citation: Sm. Hyde et Pm. Wood, KINETIC AND ANTIGENIC SIMILARITIES FOR CELLOBIOSE DEHYDROGENASE FROM THE BROWN-ROT FUNGUS CONIOPHORA-PUTEANA AND THE WHITE-ROT FUNGUS PHANEROCHAETE-CHRYSOSPORIUM, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 439-444

Authors: GARMYN D MONNET C MARTINEAU B GUZZO J CAVIN JF DIVIES C
Citation: D. Garmyn et al., CLONING AND SEQUENCING OF THE GENE ENCODING ALPHA-ACETOLACTATE DECARBOXYLASE FROM LEUCONOSTOC-OENOS, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 445-450

Authors: WENDLAND J KOTHE E
Citation: J. Wendland et E. Kothe, ALLELIC DIVERGENCE AT B-ALPHA-1 PHEROMONE RECEPTOR GENES OF SCHIZOPHYLLUM-COMMUNE, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 451-455

Authors: RAJ KC CHANDRA TS
Citation: Kc. Raj et Ts. Chandra, PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF XYLANASE FROM ALKALI-TOLERANT ASPERGILLUS-FISCHERI FXN1, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 457-461

Authors: FERNANDEZBECERRA C OSUNA A MULLER E DOLLET M SANCHEZMORENO M
Citation: C. Fernandezbecerra et al., CHARACTERIZATION OF PHYTOMONAS ISOLATED FROM FRUITS BY ELECTROPHORETIC ISOENZYMES AND KINETOPLAST-DNA ANALYSIS, FEMS microbiology letters, 145(3), 1996, pp. 463-468
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