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4-Jun-2012Genetic diversity, morphological uniformity and polyketide production in dinoflagellates (amphidinium, dinoflagellata)Murray, SA; Garby, T; Hoppenrath, M; Neilan, BA
1-Aug-2009Reordering contigs of draft genomes using the Mauve AlignerRissman, AI; Mau, B; Biehl, BS; Darling, AE; Glasner, JD; Perna, NT
1-Jul-2013Pfsec13 is an unusual chromatin-associated nucleoporin of plasmodium falciparum that is essential for parasite proliferation in human erythrocytesDahan-Pasternak, N; Nasereddin, A; Kolevzon, N; Pe'er, M; Wong, W; Shinder, V; Turnbull, L; Whitchurch, CB; Elbaum, M; Gilberger, TW; Yavin, E; Baum, J; Dzikowski, R
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
1-Jan-2012Global biogeography of SAR11 marine bacteriaBrown, MV; Lauro, FM; Demaere, MZ; Muir, L; Wilkins, D; Thomas, T; Riddle, MJ; Fuhrman, JA; Andrews-Pfannkoch, C; Hoffman, JM; McQuaid, JB; Allen, A; Rintoul, SR; Cavicchioli, R
13-Nov-2003The pyruvate dehydrogenase complex of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae contains a novel lipoyl domain arrangementMatic, JN; Wilton, JL; Towers, RJ; Scarman, AL; Minion, FC; Walker, MJ; Djordjevic, SP
21-Oct-2009Mass spectrometric characterization of the surface-associated 42 kDa lipoprotein JlpA as a glycosylated antigen in strains of Campylobacter jejuniScott, NE; Bogema, DR; Connolly, AM; Falconer, L; Djordjevic, SP; Cordwell, SJ
3-Apr-2009Termination Structures in the Escherichia coli Chromosome Replication Fork TrapDuggin, IG; Bell, SD
1-Oct-2011Mauve assembly metricsDarling, AE; Tritt, A; Eisen, JA; Facciotti, MT
1-Oct-2017Identification of a novel qnrA allele, qnrA8, in environmental Shewanella algaeMelvold, JA; Wyrsch, ER; McKinnon, J; Chowdhury, PR; Charles, IG; Djordjevic, SP
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