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2011-08-01Genetic 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
2019-02-26Bin3C: Exploiting Hi-C sequencing data to accurately resolve metagenome-assembled genomesDemaere, MZ; Darling, AE
2006-11-29Cyanobacterial ecotypes in the microbial mat community of Mushroom Spring (Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming) as species-like units linking microbial community composition, structure and functionWard, DM; Bateson, MM; Ferris, MJ; Kühl, M; Wieland, A; Koeppel, A; Cohan, FM
2011-09-23Substrate type determines metagenomic profiles from diverse chemical habitatsJeffries, TC; Seymour, JR; Gilbert, JA; Dinsdale, EA; Newton, K; Leterme, SSC; Roudnew, B; Smith, RJ; Seuront, L; Mitchell, JG
2018-09-01Genomic analysis of multidrug-resistant Escherichia coli ST58 causing urosepsisMcKinnon, J; Roy Chowdhury, P; Djordjevic, SP
2017-07-01pIP40a, a type 1 IncC plasmid from 1969 carries the integrative element GIsul2 and a novel class II mercury resistance transposonHarmer, CJ; Hamidian, M; Hall, RM
2018-02-01Defining the core microbiome of the symbiotic dinoflagellate, SymbiodiniumLawson, CA; Raina, JB; Kahlke, T; Seymour, JR; Suggett, DJ
2017-07-01RCH51, a multiply antibiotic-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii ST103IP isolate, carries resistance genes in three plasmids, including a novel potentially conjugative plasmid carrying oxa235 in transposon Tn6252Hamidian, M; Nigro, SJ; Hartstein, RM; Hall, RM
2018-01-01A Surrogate Function for One-Dimensional Phylogenetic LikelihoodsClaywell, BC; Dinh, V; Fourment, M; McCoy, CO; Matsen, FA
2017-10-01A microfluidics-based in situ chemotaxis assay to study the behaviour of aquatic microbial communitiesLambert, BS; Raina, JB; Fernandez, VI; Rinke, C; Siboni, N; Rubino, F; Hugenholtz, P; Tyson, GW; Seymour, JR; Stocker, R
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