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Jun-1991CONSTRUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BORDETELLA-PERTUSSIS MUTANTS LACKING THE VIR-REGULATED P69 OUTER-MEMBRANE PROTEINROBERTS, M; FAIRWEATHER, NF; LEININGER, E; PICKARD, D; HEWLETT, EL; ROBINSON, A; HAYWARD, C; DOUGAN, G; CHARLES, IG
1-Jan-2000An interactive web-based Pseudomonas aeruginosa genome database: Discovery of new genes, pathways and structuresCroft, L; Beatson, SA; Whitchurch, CB; Huang, B; Blakeley, RL; Mattick, JS
1-May-2006P159 is a proteolytically processed, surface adhesin of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae: Defined domains of P159 bind heparin and promote adherence to eukaryote cellsBurnett, TA; Dinkla, K; Rohde, M; Chhatwal, GS; Uphoff, C; Srivastava, M; Cordwell, SJ; Geary, S; Liao, X; Minion, FC; Walker, MJ; Djordjevic, SP
1-Jan-2006Two domains within the Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae cilium adhesin bind heparinJenkins, C; Wilton, JL; Minion, FC; Falconer, L; Walker, MJ; Djordjevic, SP
1-May-2004Proteolytic Processing of the Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae Cilium AdhesinDjordjevic, SP; Cordwell, SJ; Djordjevic, MA; Wilton, J; Minion, FC
1-Jun-2005Isolation of Escherichia coli O5: H <sup>-</sup>, possessing genes for Shiga toxin 1, intimin-β and enterohaemolysin, from an intestinal biopsy from an adult case of bloody diarrhoea: Evidence for two distinct O5: H <sup>-</sup> pathotypesMcLean, C; Bettelheim, KA; Kuzevski, A; Falconer, L; Djordjevic, SP
1-Feb-2009Mhp493 (P216) is a proteolytically processed, cilium and heparin binding protein of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniadeWilton, J; Jenkins, C; Cordwell, SJ; Falconer, L; Minion, FC; Oneal, DC; Djordjevic, MA; Connolly, A; Barchia, I; Walker, MJ; Djordjevic, SP
1-Mar-2003stx<inf>1c</inf> is the most common Shiga toxin 1 subtype among Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli isolates from sheep but not among isolates from cattleBrett, KN; Ramachandran, V; Hornitzky, MA; Bettelheim, KA; Walker, MJ; Djordjevic, SP
1-Jul-2005Bovine feces from animals with gastrointestinal infections are a source of serologically diverse atypical enteropathogenic Escherichia coli and Shiga toxin-producing E. coli strains that commonly possess intiminHornitzky, MA; Mercieca, K; Bettelheim, KA; Djordjevic, SP
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