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1-Feb-2009Resolving genetic diversity in Australasian Culex mosquitoes: Incongruence between the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase I and nuclear acetylcholine esterase 2Hemmerter, S; Šlapeta, J; Beebe, NW
1-May-2013Diversity of cyanobacterial biomarker genes from the stromatolites of Shark Bay, Western AustraliaGarby, TJ; Walter, MR; Larkum, AWD; Neilan, BA
1-May-2009Are Prorocentroid Dinoflagellates Monophyletic? A Study of 25 Species Based on Nuclear and Mitochondrial GenesMurray, S; Ip, CLC; Moore, R; Nagahama, Y; Fukuyo, Y
1-Jul-2011Crystallographic and microcalorimetric analyses reveal the structural basis for high arginine specificity in the Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium periplasmic binding protein STM4351Stamp, AL; Owen, P; El Omari, K; Lockyer, M; Lamb, HK; Charles, IG; Hawkins, AR; Stammers, DK
1-Sep-2008Relative importance of H<inf>2</inf> and H<inf>2</inf>S as energy sources for primary production in geothermal springsD'Imperio, S; Lehr, CR; Oduro, H; Druschel, G; Kühl, M; McDermott, TR
Mar-2011The activity and hydrogen peroxide sensitivity of the peroxiredoxins from the parasitic nematode Haemonchus contortusHudson, AL; Sotirchos, IM; Dayey, MW
1-Mar-2011Extraordinary conservation, gene loss, and positive selection in the evolution of an ancient neurotoxinMurray, SA; Mihali, TK; Neilan, BA
17-Feb-2016Seqotron: A user-friendly sequence editor for Mac OS XFourment, M; Holmes, EC
1-Jul-2011Marine integrons containing novel integrase genes, attachment sites, attI, and associated gene cassettes in polluted sediments from Suez and Tokyo BaysElsaied, H; Stokes, HW; Kitamura, K; Kurusu, Y; Kamagata, Y; Maruyama, A
24-Oct-2013XCtpB assembles a gated protease tunnel regulating cell-cell signaling during spore formation in bacillus subtilisMastny, M; Heuck, A; Kurzbauer, R; Heiduk, A; Boisguerin, P; Volkmer, R; Ehrmann, M; Rodrigues, CDA; Rudner, DZ; Clausen, T
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