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    1. Dien, BS; Nichols, NN; Bothast, RJ
      Recombinant Escherichia coli engineered for production of L-lactic acid from hexose and pentose sugars

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    2. Asanuma, N; Hino, T
      Molecular characterization, enzyme properties and transcriptional regulation of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase and pyruvate kinase in a ruminal bacterium, Selenomonas ruminantium

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    3. Duval, X; Papastamopoulos, V; Longuet, P; Benoit, C; Perronne, C; Leport, C; Vilde, JL
      Definite Streptococcus bovis endocarditis: characteristics in 20 patients

      CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY AND INFECTION
    4. Whitehead, TR; Cotta, MA
      Sequence analyses of a broad host-range plasmid containing ermT from a tylosin-resistant Lactobacillus sp isolated from swine feces

      CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
    5. Jarvis, GN; Kurtovic, A; Hay, AG; Russell, JB
      The physiological and genetic diversity of bovine Streptococcus bovis strains

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    6. Savill, MG; Murray, SR; Scholes, P; Maas, EW; McCormick, RE; Moore, EB; Gilpin, BJ
      Application of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and TaqMan (TM) PCR techniques to the detection and identification of Rhodococcus coprophilus in faecal samples

      JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS
    7. Shu, Q; Bird, SH; Gill, HS; Duan, E; Xu, Y; Hillard, MA; Rowe, JB
      Antibody response in sheep following immunization with Streptococcus bovisin different adjuvants

      VETERINARY RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    8. Ekinci, MS; Martin, JC; Flint, HJ
      Streptococcus bovis as a host for the expression of cloned polysaccharidase genes

      BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    9. Tajima, K; Aminov, RI; Nagamine, T; Matsui, H; Nakamura, M; Benno, Y
      Diet-dependent shifts in the bacterial population of the rumen revealed with real-time PCR

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    10. Osada, T; Nagawa, H; Masaki, T; Tsuno, NH; Sunami, E; Watanabe, T; Muto, T; Shibata, Y
      Thoracic empyema associated with recurrent colon cancer - Report of a caseand review of the literature

      DISEASES OF THE COLON & RECTUM
    11. Lim, WJ; Park, SR; Cho, SJ; Kim, MK; Ryu, SK; Hong, SY; Seo, WT; Kim, H; Yun, HD
      Cloning and characterization of an intracellular isoamylase gene from Pectobacterium chrysanthemi PY35

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    12. Anaf, V; Noel, JC; Thys, JP; Simon, P; Buxant, F
      A first case of Streptococcus Bovis bacteremia and peritonitis from endometrial cancer origin

      ACTA CHIRURGICA BELGICA
    13. Schlegel, L; Grimont, F; Collins, MD; Regnault, B; Grimont, PAD; Bouvet, A
      Streptococcus infantarius sp nov., Streptococcus infantarius subsp infantarius subsp nov and Streptococcus infantarius subsp coli subsp nov., isolated from humans and food

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    14. Cook, GM
      The intracellular pH of the thermophilic bacterium Thermoanaerobacter wiegelii during growth and production of fermentation acids

      EXTREMOPHILES
    15. Bond, DR; Russell, JB
      Protonmotive force regulates the membrane conductance of Streptococcus bovis in a non-ohmic fashion

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    16. Shu, Q; Gill, HS; Leng, RA; Rowe, JB
      Immunization with a Streptococcus bovis vaccine administered by different routes against lactic acidosis in sheep

      VETERINARY JOURNAL
    17. Miwa, T; Abe, T; Fukuda, S; Ohkawara, S; Hino, T
      Effect of reduced H+-ATPase activity on acid tolerance in Streptococcus bovis mutants

      ANAEROBE
    18. Ellmerich, S; Djouder, N; Scholler, M; Klein, JP
      Production of cytokines by monocytes, epithelial and endothelial cells activated by Streptococcus bovis

      CYTOKINE
    19. El Oufir, L; Barry, JL; Flourie, B; Cherbut, C; Cloarec, D; Bornet, F; Galmiche, JP
      Relationships between transit time in man and in vitro fermentation of dietary fiber by fecal bacteria

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    20. Styriak, I; Pristas, P; Javorsky, P
      Lack of GATC sites in the genome of Streptococcus bovis bacteriophage F4

      RESEARCH IN MICROBIOLOGY
    21. Cheung, M; Pelot, M; Nadarajah, R; Kohl, S
      Neonate with late onset Streptococcus bovis meningitis: Case report and review of the literature

      PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASE JOURNAL
    22. Martin, SA; Wani, EL
      Factors affecting glucose and maltose phosphorylation by the ruminal bacterium Megasphaera elsdenii

      CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
    23. Chen, GH; Mo, HK; Saby, S; Yip, WK; Liu, Y
      Minimization of activated sludge production by chemicallly stimulated energy spilling

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    24. Kanai, M; Kurobe, M; Yamazaki, Y
      A model of bacterial translocation in neuroblastoma-bearing mice

      JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC SURGERY
    25. Forano, E; Flint, HJ
      Genetically modified organisms: consequences for ruminant health and nutrition

      ANNALES DE ZOOTECHNIE
    26. Siegumfeldt, H; Rechinger, KB; Jakobsen, M
      Use of fluorescence ratio imaging for intracellular pH determination of individual bacterial cells in mixed cultures

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    27. Vanrobaeys, M; De Herdt, P; Charlier, G; Ducatelle, R; Haesebrouck, F
      Ultrastructure of surface components of Streptococcus gallolyticus (S-bovis) strains of differing virulence isolated from pigeons

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    28. Bond, DR; Tsai, BM; Russell, JB
      Physiological characterization of Streptococcus bovis mutants that can resist 2-deoxyglucose-induced lysis

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    29. Asanuma, N; Iwamoto, M; Hino, T
      Structure and transcriptional regulation of the gene encoding pyruvate formate-lyase of a ruminal bacterium, Streptococcus bovis

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    30. Shu, Q; Bird, SH; Gill, HS; Rowe, JB
      Immunological cross-reactivity between the vaccine and other isolates of Streptococcus bovis and Lactobacillus

      FEMS IMMUNOLOGY AND MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    31. Diez-Gonzalez, F; Bond, DR; Jennings, E; Russell, JB
      Alternative schemes of butyrate production in Butyrivibrio fibrisolvens and their relationship to acetate utilization, lactate production, and phylogeny

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    32. McSweeney, CS; Dalrymple, BP; Gobius, KS; Kennedy, PM; Krause, DO; Mackie, RI; Xue, GP
      The application of rumen biotechnology to improve the nutritive value of fibrous feedstuffs: pre- and post-ingestion

      LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SCIENCE
    33. Kajikawa, H; Masaki, S
      Cellobiose transport by mixed ruminal bacteria from a cow

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    34. Callaway, TR; Russell, JB
      Selection of a highly monensin-resistant Prevotella bryantii subpopulationwith altered outer membrane characteristics

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    35. KUPFERWASSER I; DARIUS H; MULLER AM; MOHRKAHALY S; WESTERMEIER T; OELERT H; ERBEL R; MEYER J
      CLINICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL-CHARACTERISTICS IN STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS ENDOCARDITIS - A COMPARISON WITH OTHER CAUSATIVE MICROORGANISMS IN 177 CASES

      HEART
    36. SOENENS J; VERMEERSCH H; BAERT K; VERMEULEN B; NELIS H; BUTAYE P; DEHERDT P; REMON JP; DEBACKER P
      PHARMACOKINETICS AND EFFICACY OF AMOXICILLIN IN THE TREATMENT OF AN EXPERIMENTAL STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS INFECTION IN RACING PIGEONS (COLUMBA-LIVIA)

      The veterinary journal (1997)
    37. Morovsky, M; Pristas, P; Czikkova, S; Javorsky, P
      A bacteriocin-mediated antagonism by Enterococcus faecium BC25 against ruminal Streptococcus bovis

      MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    38. GALFI P; NEOGRADY S; SEMJEN G; BARDOCZ S; PUSZTAI A
      ATTACHMENT OF DIFFERENT ESCHERICHIA-COLI STRAINS TO CULTURED RUMEN EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Veterinary microbiology
    39. KOBAYASHI Y; OKUDA N; MATSUMOTO M; INOUE K; WAKITA M; HOSHINO S
      CONSTITUTIVE EXPRESSION OF A HETEROLOGOUS EUBACTERIUM-RUMINANTIUM XYLANASE GENE (XYNA) IN BUTYRIVIBRIO-FIBRISOLVENS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    40. Hudson, JA; Morvan, B; Joblin, KN
      Hydration of linoleic acid by bacteria isolated from ruminants

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    41. CORNE P; YECHE S; LEVY G; REYNAUD D; LASSALVY G; NEGRE G; DUBOIS A
      PERMANENT ENDOCAVITARY PACEMAKER LEAD INF ECTIOUS ENDOCARDITIS - REPORT OF 2 CASES

      La Revue de medecine interne
    42. FIELDS MW; RUSSELL JB; WILSON DB
      THE ROLE OF RUMINAL CARBOXYMETHYLCELLULASES IN THE DEGRADATION OF BETA-GLUCANS FROM CEREAL GRAIN

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    43. Lenartova, V; Holovska, K; Javorsky, P
      The influence of mercury on the antioxidant enzyme activity of rumen bacteria Streptococcus bovis and Selenomonas ruminantium

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    44. HOA NTT; DIEP TS; WAIN J; PARRY CM; HIEN TT; SMITH MD; WALSH AL; WHITE NJ
      COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED SEPTICEMIA IN SOUTHERN VIET-NAM - THE IMPORTANCE OF MULTIDRUG-RESISTANT SALMONELLA-TYPHI

      Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
    45. POTTER MA; CUNLIFFE NA; SMITH M; MILES RS; FLAPAN AD; DUNLOP MG
      A PROSPECTIVE CONTROLLED-STUDY OF THE ASSOCIATION OF STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS WITH COLORECTAL-CARCINOMA

      Journal of Clinical Pathology
    46. RUSSELL JB
      STRATEGIES THAT RUMINAL BACTERIA USE TO HANDLE EXCESS CARBOHYDRATE

      Journal of animal science
    47. TEATHER RM; FORSTER RJ
      MANIPULATING THE RUMEN MICROFLORA WITH BACTERIOCINS TO IMPROVE RUMINANT PRODUCTION

      Canadian journal of animal science
    48. SEGLENIEKS A; BLACK RB
      STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH BOWEL-CANCER

      Australian and New Zealand journal of surgery
    49. TISSOT E; POTIER V; FRANCOIS Y; BONNEFOY M; BARTH X; BRAYE F
      THORACOLUMBAR PAIN AND COLON AND RECTUM D ISEASE

      Annales de chirurgie
    50. MARTEL AC; NAVAS MICH; MEDINA ABA; SAADE MEA
      STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS BACTEREMIA IN A PATIE NT WITH ALCOHOLIC LIVER-DISEASE WITHOUT COLONIC PATHOLOGY

      Revista espanola de enfermedades digestivas
    51. WALLACE RJ; MCKAIN N; BRODERICK GA; RODE LM; WALKER ND; NEWBOLD CJ; KOPECNY J
      PEPTIDASES OF THE RUMEN BACTERIUM, PREVOTELLA-RUMINICOLA

      Anaerobe
    52. MANIGLIA RJ; ROTH T; BLUMBERG EA
      POLYMICROBIAL BRAIN-ABSCESS IN A PATIENT INFECTED WITH HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS

      Clinical infectious diseases
    53. WYCKOFF HA; WHITEHEAD TR
      IMPROVED ELECTROPORATION PROTOCOL AND VECTORS FOR STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS

      World journal of microbiology & biotechnology
    54. VANROBAEYS M; DEHERDT P; DUCATELLE R; CRETEN W; HAESEBROUCK F
      EXTRACELLULAR PROTEINS AND VIRULENCE IN STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS ISOLATES FROM PIGEONS

      Veterinary microbiology
    55. ASENSI V; PARRA F; FIERER J; VALLE E; BORDALLO C; RENDUELES P; GASCON S; CARTON JA; MARADONA JA; ARRIBAS JM
      BACTERICIDAL EFFECT OF ADP AND ACETIC-ACID ON BACILLUS-SUBTILIS

      Current microbiology
    56. JAGALS P
      STORMWATER RUNOFF FROM TYPICAL DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING SOUTH-AFRICANURBAN DEVELOPMENTS - DEFINITELY NOT FOR SWIMMING

      Water science and technology
    57. WELLS JE; KRAUSE DO; CALLAWAY TR; RUSSELL JB
      A BACTERIOCIN-MEDIATED ANTAGONISM BY RUMINAL LACTOBACILLI AGAINST STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    58. KAJIKAWA H; AMARI M; MASAKI S
      GLUCOSE-TRANSPORT BY MIXED RUMINAL BACTERIA FROM A COW

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    59. PARKER C; HUTKINS RW
      LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES SCOTT-A TRANSPORTS GLUCOSE BY HIGH-AFFINITY AND LOW-AFFINITY GLUCOSE-TRANSPORT SYSTEMS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    60. GOUMAS PD; NAXAKIS SS; RENTZIS GA; TSIOTOS PD; PAPADAS TA
      LATERAL NECK ABSCESS CAUSED BY STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS IN A PATIENT WITH UNDIAGNOSED COLON-CANCER

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology
    61. ASANUMA N; IWAMOTO M; HINO T
      REGULATION OF LACTATE-DEHYDROGENASE SYNTHESIS IN A RUMINAL BACTERIUM,STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS

      Journal of General and Applied Microbiology
    62. CAILLIEZTOMASI JP; AVISSE C; BAEHREL B; PALOT JP; FLAMENT JB
      SCHISTOSOMA-BOVIS ENDOCARDITIS ASSOCIATED WITH COLORECTAL-NEOPLASM - REPORT OF 3 CASES

      Journal de chirurgie
    63. PRABHAKAR G; ENGLAND GJ; CRUZZAVALA JL; MURRAY GF
      RISK OF BACTEREMIA COMPLICATING VALVE-REPLACEMENT IN THE PRESENCE OF COLON-CANCER

      The Annals of thoracic surgery
    64. NANDAKUMAR R; RAJU G
      ISOLATED TRICUSPID-VALVE ENDOCARDITIS IN NONADDICTED PATIENTS - A DIAGNOSTIC CHALLENGE

      The American journal of the medical sciences
    65. CASTROGUDIN JF; SOLAR ML; REY CM; VARELA AB; TORRE JA; QUINTELA AG
      STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS BACTEREMIA AND ENDOCA RDITIS IN PATIENTS WITH LIVER-DISEASE WITHOUT EVIDENCE OF COLONIC DISEASE

      Revista espanola de enfermedades digestivas
    66. GLORIA H; DUCLASOARES J; SEREJO F; POVOA P; MARQUES A; RAMALHO F; PALMACARLOS A; DEMOURA MC; BORDALO O
      STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS SPONTANEOUS BACTERIAL PERITONITIS IN PATIENTS WITH ALCOHOLIC CIRRHOSIS

      European journal of gastroenterology & hepatology
    67. UEZONO Y; TSUMORI H; SHIMAMURA A; MUKASA H
      PURIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF EXTRACELLULAR GLUCOSYLTRANSFERASE FROMSTREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS

      Oral microbiology and immunology
    68. VANROBAEYS M; DEHERDT P; HAESEBROUCK F; DUCATELLE R; DEVRIESE LA
      SECRETED ANTIGENS AS VIRULENCE-ASSOCIATED MARKERS IN STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS STRAINS FROM PIGEONS

      Veterinary microbiology
    69. OGATA K; AMINOV RI; NAGAMINE T; BENNO Y; SEKIZAKI T; MITSUMORI M; MINATO H; ITABASHI H
      STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION OF PRAM4, A CRYPTIC PLASMID FROM PREVOTELLA-RUMINICOLA

      Plasmid
    70. LANA RP; RUSSELL JB
      USE OF POTASSIUM-DEPLETION TO ASSESS ADAPTATION OF RUMINAL BACTERIA TO IONOPHORES

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    71. COOK GM; RUSSELL JB; REICHERT A; WIEGEL J
      THE INTRACELLULAR PH OF CLOSTRIDIUM-PARADOXUM, AN ANAEROBIC, ALKALIPHILIC, AND THERMOPHILIC BACTERIUM

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    72. WALLACE RJ
      RUMINAL MICROBIAL-METABOLISM OF PEPTIDES AND AMINO-ACIDS

      The Journal of nutrition
    73. WELLS JE; RUSSELL JB
      WHY DO MANY RUMINAL BACTERIA DIE AND LYSE SO QUICKLY

      Journal of dairy science
    74. RUSSELL JB; WILSON DB
      WHY ARE RUMINAL CELLULOLYTIC BACTERIA UNABLE TO DIGEST CELLULOSE AT LOW PH

      Journal of dairy science
    75. VANKESSEL JS; RUSSELL JB
      THE EFFECT OF AMINO NITROGEN ON THE ENERGETICS OF RUMINAL BACTERIA AND ITS IMPACT ON ENERGY SPILLING

      Journal of dairy science
    76. ELOUFIR L; FLOURIE B; DESVARANNES SB; BARRY JL; CLOAREC D; BORNET F; GALMICHE JP
      RELATIONS BETWEEN TRANSIT-TIME, FERMENTATION PRODUCTS, AND HYDROGEN CONSUMING FLORA IN HEALTHY HUMANS

      Gut
    77. CHAUCHEYRAS F; FONTY G; BERTIN G; SALMON JM; GOUET P
      EFFECTS OF A STRAIN OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE (LEVUCELL(R) SC1), A MICROBIAL ADDITIVE FOR RUMINANTS, ON LACTATE METABOLISM IN-VITRO

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    78. COOK GM; KEARNS DB; RUSSELL JB; REIZER J; SAIER MH
      REGULATION OF THE LACTOSE PHOSPHOTRANSFERASE SYSTEM OF STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS BY GLUCOSE - INDEPENDENCE OF INDUCER EXCLUSION AND EXPULSION MECHANISMS

      Microbiology
    79. DEGNAN BA; MACFARLANE GT
      CARBOHYDRATE UTILIZATION PATTERNS AND SUBSTRATE PREFERENCES IN BACTEROIDES-THETAIOTAOMICRON

      Anaerobe
    80. EMERTON ME; CROOK DW; COOKE PH
      STREPTOCOCCUS BOVIS-INFECTED TOTAL HIP-ARTHROPLASTY

      The Journal of arthroplasty
    81. OSAWA R; FUJISAWA T; SLY LI
      STREPTOCOCCUS GALLOLYTICUS SP-NOV - GALLATE DEGRADING ORGANISMS FORMERLY ASSIGNED TO STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS

      Systematic and applied microbiology
    82. HEDOUIN V; NEUT C; LESCUT D; BAZIN B; RAMBAUD JC; COLOMBEL JF
      BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION OF ENDOGENOUS BAC TERIA

      Gastroenterologie clinique et biologique
    83. DEHERDT P; HAESEBROUCK F; CHARLIER G; DUCATELLE R; DEVRIESE LA; VANDENBOSSCHE G
      INTRACELLULAR SURVIVAL AND MULTIPLICATION OF VIRULENT AND LESS VIRULENT-STRAINS OF STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS IN PIGEON MACROPHAGES

      Veterinary microbiology
    84. WHITEHEAD TR; FLINT HJ
      HETEROLOGOUS EXPRESSION OF AN ENDOGLUCANASE GENE (ENDA) FROM THE RUMINAL ANAEROBE RUMINOCOCCUS-FLAVEFACIENS-17 IN STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS AND STREPTOCOCCUS-SANGUIS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    85. BALLET M; GEVIGNEY G; GARE JP; DELAHAYE F; ETIENNE J; DELAHAYE JP
      INFECTIVE ENDOCARDITIS DUE TO STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS - A REPORT OF 53 CASES

      European heart journal
    86. RUSSELL JB; COOK GM
      ENERGETICS OF BACTERIAL-GROWTH - BALANCE OF ANABOLIC AND CATABOLIC REACTIONS

      Microbiological reviews
    87. LING JR; ARMSTEAD IP
      THE IN-VITRO UPTAKE AND METABOLISM OF PEPTIDES AND AMINO-ACIDS BY 5 SPECIES OF RUMEN BACTERIA

      Journal of Applied Bacteriology
    88. KUNG LM; HESSION AO
      PREVENTING IN-VITRO LACTATE ACCUMULATION IN RUMINAL FERMENTATIONS BY INOCULATION WITH MEGASPHAERA-ELSDENII

      Journal of animal science
    89. LAUKOVA A; BARAN M; KALACNJUK GI
      THE EFFECT OF SALINOMYCIN AND LASALOCID ON LABORATORY CULTURES OF ENTEROCOCCUS-FAECIUM AND STAPHYLOCOCCUS-GALLINARUM STRAINS

      Folia microbiologica
    90. GERGAUD JM; BREUX JP; ROBLOT P; GIL R; BECQGIRAUDON B
      NEUROLOGICAL COMPLICATIONS OF INFECTIVE E NDOCARDITIS

      Annales de medecine interne
    91. DEHERDT P; HAESEBROUCK F; DEVRIESE LA; DUCATELLE R
      IMMUNITY IN PIGEONS AGAINST HOMOLOGOUS AND HETEROLOGOUS SEROTYPES OF STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS AFTER INFECTION

      Veterinary microbiology
    92. DEHERDT P; HAESEBROUCK F; DUCATELLE R; DEGROOTE B; DEVRIESE LA
      STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS INFECTIONS IN PIGEONS - VIRULENCE OF DIFFERENT SEROTYPES

      Veterinary microbiology
    93. COTTA MA; WHEELER MB; WHITEHEAD TR
      CYCLIC-AMP IN RUMINAL AND OTHER ANAEROBIC-BACTERIA

      FEMS microbiology letters
    94. COOK GM; RUSSELL JB
      ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES OF 2-DEOXYGLUCOSE RESISTANCE AND LOW-AFFINITY GLUCOSE-TRANSPORT IN THE RUMINAL BACTERIA, STREPTOCOCCUS-BOVIS AND SELENOMONAS-RUMINANTIUM

      FEMS microbiology letters
    95. FLINT HJ
      MOLECULAR-GENETICS OF OBLIGATE ANAEROBES FROM THE RUMEN

      FEMS microbiology letters
    96. DEHERDT P
      STREPTOCOCCOSIS IN PIGEONS - THE BACTERIU M AND ITS INTERACTIONS WITHTHE HOST

      Vlaams dierengeneeskundig tijdschrift
    97. CARRASCO I; MARTINEZ S
      LOW-BACK-PAIN AND CONSTITUTIONAL SYMPTOMS IN A 79 YEARS OLD MAN

      Medicina Clinica
    98. CHOW JM; VANKESSEL JAS; RUSSELL JB
      BINDING OF RADIOLABELED MONENSIN AND LASALOCID TO RUMINAL MICROORGANISMS AND FEED

      Journal of animal science
    99. WALLACE RJ
      RUMINAL MICROBIOLOGY, BIOTECHNOLOGY, AND RUMINANT NUTRITION - PROGRESS AND PROBLEMS

      Journal of animal science
    100. MARTIN SA
      NUTRIENT TRANSPORT BY RUMINAL BACTERIA - A REVIEW

      Journal of animal science


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