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1-May-2006The general secrotory pathway of Burkholderia gladioli pv. agaricicola BG164R is necessary for for cavity disease in white button mushroomsChowdhury, PR; Heinemann, JA
Jan-2001Early Responses To Salmonella Typhimurium Infection In Mice Occur At Focal Lesions In Infected OrgansKhan, SJ; Strijbos, P; Everest, P; Moss, DS; Stratford, R; Mastroeni, P; Allen, J; Servos, S; Charles, IG; Dougan, G; Maskell, D
Jan-2006Single, Double And Triple Mutants Of Salmonella Enterica Serovar Typhimurium Degp (Htra), Degq (Hhoa) And Degs (Hhob) Have Diverse Phenotypes On Exposure To Elevated Temperature And Their Growth In Vivo Is Attenuated To Different ExtentsMo, E; Peters, S; Willers, C; Maskell, D; Charles, IG
Jan-1990The Structure of a Partial Duplication in the lntegron of Plasmid pDGO100Hall, RM; Stokes, H
Jun-2017Cold adaptation of the Antarctic haloarchaea Halohasta litchfieldiae and Halorubrum lacusprofundiWilliams, TJ; Liao, Y; Ye, J; Kuchel, RP; Poljak, A; Raftery, MJ; Cavicchioli, R
Jan-1996Role Of The Bordetella Pertussis P.69/Pertactin Protein And The P.69/Pertactin Rgd Motif In The Adherence To And Invasion Of Mammalian CellsEverest, P; Li, J; Douce, G; Charles, IG; Deazavedo, J; Chatfield, S; Dougan, G; Roberts, M
Jan-1998A Lethal Role For Lipid A In Salmonella InfectionsKhan, SJ; Everest, P; Servos, S; Foxwell, N; Zahringer, U; Brade, H; Rietschel, E; Dougan, G; Charles, IG; Maskell, D
Jan-2006Expression of putative virulence factors of Escherichia coli O157:H7 differs in bovine and human infectionsRashid, RA; Tabata, TA; Oatley, MJ; Besser, TE; Tarr, P; Moseley, S
Jan-1989A Novel Family Of Potentially Mobile DNA Elements Encoding Site-Specific Gene-Integration Functions - IntegronsStokes, H; Hall, R
Jan-1990The Role Of A Stress-Response Protein In Bacterial VirulenceJohnson, K; Charles, IG; Dougan, G; Miller, I; Pickard, D; Ogoara, P; Costa, G; Ali, T; Hormaeche, C
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