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2014-03-17A neoproterozoic transition in the marine nitrogen cycleSánchez-Baracaldo, P; Ridgwell, A; Raven, JA
2003-03-28Role of mobile DNA in the evolution of vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecalisPaulsen, IT; Banerjei, L; Hyers, GSA; Nelson, KE; Seshadri, R; Read, TD; Fouts, DE; Eisen, JA; Gill, SR; Heidelberg, JF; Tettelin, H; Dodson, RJ; Umayam, L; Brinkac, L; Beanan, M; Daugherty, S; DeBoy, RT; Durkin, S; Kolonay, J; Madupu, R; Nelson, W; Vamathevan, J; Tran, B; Upton, J; Hansen, T; Shetty, J; Khouri, H; Utterback, T; Radune, D; Ketchum, KA; Dougherty, BA; Fraser, CM
2011-06-28Unique scorpion toxin with a putative ancestral fold provides insight into evolution of the inhibitor cystine knot motifSmith, JJ; Hill, JM; Little, MJ; Nicholson, GM; King, GF; Alewood, PF
2016-08-01Evolutionary distinctiveness of fatty acid and polyketide synthesis in eukaryotesKohli, GS; John, U; Van Dolah, FM; Murray, SA
2016-11-01Genome-scale rates of evolutionary change in bacteriaDuchêne, S; Holt, KE; Weill, FX; Le Hello, S; Hawkey, J; Edwards, DJ; Fourment, M; Holmes, EC
2013-07-19Interactions of photosynthesis with genome size and functionRaven, JA; Beardall, J; Larkum, AWD; Sánchez-Baracaldo, P
2017-07-01Intraspecific chemical communication in microalgaeVenuleo, M; Raven, JA; Giordano, M
2018-05-01Conserved residues are critical for Haloferax volcanii archaeosortase catalytic activity: Implications for convergent evolution of the catalytic mechanisms of non-homologous sortases from archaea and bacteriaAbdul Halim, MF; Rodriguez, R; Stoltzfus, JD; Duggin, IG; Pohlschroder, M
2014-07-24Novel non-parametric models to estimate evolutionary rates and divergence times from heterochronous sequence dataFourment, M; Holmes, EC
2014-11-12Spectral effects on Symbiodinium photobiology studied with a programmable light engineWangpraseurt, D; Tamburic, B; Szabó, MN; Suggett, D; Ralph, PJ; Kü Hl, M
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