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1-Jul-2006Bonamia perspora n. sp. (Haplosporidia), a parasite of the oyster Ostreola equestris, is the first Bonamia species known to produce sporesCarnegie, RB; Burreson, EM; Mike Hine, P; Stokes, NA; Audemard, C; Bishop, MJ; Peterson, CH
26-Jul-2013A structural basis for the regulation of the LIM-homeodomain protein islet 1 (Isl1) by intra- and intermolecular interactionsGadd, MS; Jacques, DA; Nisevic, I; Craig, VJ; Kwan, AH; Guss, JM; Matthews, JM
Jul-2010Substrate specificity of the mitochondrial thioredoxin reductase of the parasitic nematode Haemonchus contortusHudson, AL; Sotirchos, IM; Davey, MW
1-Oct-2007Genetic and phenotypic differences between isolates of Murray Valley encephalitis virus in Western Australia, 1972-2003Johansen, CA; Susai, V; Hall, RA; Mackenzie, JS; Clark, DC; May, FJ; Hemmerter, S; Smith, DW; Broom, AK
1-Aug-2011Genetic Context and Structural Diversity of Class 1 Integrons from Human Commensal Bacteria in a Hospital Intensive Care UnitBetteridge, T; Partridge, SR; Iredell, JR; Stokes, HW
1-Feb-2014Novel integrons and gene cassettes from a Cascadian submarine gas-hydrate-bearing coreElsaied, H; Stokes, HW; Yoshioka, H; Mitani, Y; Maruyama, A
Jul-2009Evidence for dynamic exchange of qac gene cassettes between class 1 integrons and other integrons in freshwater biofilmsGillings, MR; Holley, MP; Stokes, HW
Sep-2007Novel and diverse integron integrase genes and integron-like gene cassettes are prevalent in deep-sea hydrothermal ventsElsaied, H; Stokes, HW; Nakamura, T; Kitamura, K; Fuse, H; Maruyama, A
Nov-2007A putative house-cleaning enzyme encoded within an integron array: 1.8 angstrom crystal structure defines a new MazG subtypeRobinson, A; Guilfoyle, AP; Harrop, SJ; Boucher, Y; Stokes, HW; Curmi, PMG; Mabbutt, BC
May-2007Tn1403, a multiple-antibiotic resistance transposon made up of three distinct transposonsStokes, HW; Elbourne, LDH; Hall, RM
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