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    1. Sugio, T; Iwahori, K; Takeuchi, F; Negishi, A; Maeda, T; Kamimura, K
      Cytochrome c oxidase purified from a mercury-resistant strain of Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans volatilizes mercury

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    2. Pearce, DA; Bazin, MJ; Lynch, JM
      The impact of flow rate (simulated leaching) on plasmid transfer frequencybetween bacteria in a model rhizosphere system

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    3. Cook, MA; Osborn, AM; Bettandorff, J; Sobecky, PA
      Endogenous isolation of replicon probes for assessing plasmid ecology of marine sediment microbial communities

      MICROBIOLOGY-SGM
    4. Stoyanov, JV; Hobman, JL; Brown, NL
      CueR (YbbI) of Escherichia coli is a MerR family regulator controlling expression of the copper exporter CopA

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    5. Disque-Kochem, C; Battermann, A; Stratz, M; Dreiseikelmann, B
      Screening for trbB- and traG-like sequences by PCR for the detection of conjugative plasmids in bacterial soil isolates

      MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    6. Bogdanova, E; Minakhin, L; Bass, I; Volodin, A; Hobman, JL; Nikiforov, V
      Class II broad-spectrum mercury resistance transposons in Gram-positive bacteria from natural environments

      RESEARCH IN MICROBIOLOGY
    7. Sugio, T; Kuwano, H; Negishi, A; Maeda, T; Takeuchi, F; Kamimura, K
      Mechanism of growth inhibition by tungsten in Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Kholodii, G
      The shuffling function of resolvases

      GENE
    9. Barbieri, P; Arenghi, FLG; Bertoni, G; Bolognese, F; Galli, E
      Evolution of catabolic pathways and metabolic versatility in Pseudomonas stutzeri OX1

      ANTONIE VAN LEEUWENHOEK INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GENERAL AND MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    10. Kiyono, M; Uno, Y; Omura, T; Pan-Hou, H
      Role of MerT and MerP from Pseudomonas K-62 plasmid pMR26 in the transportof phenylmercury

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    11. Amoroso, MJ; Schubert, D; Mitscherlich, P; Schumann, P; Kothe, E
      Evidence for high affinity nickel transporter genes in heavy metal resistant Streptomyces spec.

      JOURNAL OF BASIC MICROBIOLOGY
    12. Ranjard, L; Nazaret, S; Gourbiere, F; Thioulouse, J; Linet, P; Richaume, A
      A soil microscale study to reveal the heterogeneity of Hg(II) impact on indigenous bacteria by quantification of adapted phenotypes and analysis of community DNA fingerprints

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    13. Bruins, MR; Kapil, S; Oehme, FW
      Microbial resistance to metals in the environment

      ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
    14. McArthur, JV; Tuckfield, RC
      Spatial patterns in antibiotic resistance among stream bacteria: Effects of industrial pollution

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    15. Ravel, J; Wellington, EMH; Hill, RT
      Interspecific transfer of Streptomyces giant linear plasmids in sterile amended soil microcosms

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    16. Thomas, DJI; Morgan, JAW; Whipps, JM; Saunders, JR
      Plasmid transfer between the Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies kurstaki and tenebrionis in laboratory culture and soil and in lepidopteran and coleopteran larvae

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    17. Pearce, DA; Bazin, MJ; Lynch, JM
      Substrate concentration and plasmid transfer frequency between bacteria ina model rhizosphere

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    18. Mazel, D; Dychinco, B; Webb, VA; Davies, J
      Antibiotic resistance in the ECOR collection: Integrons and identificationof a novel aad gene

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    19. Liebert, CA; Watson, AL; Summers, AO
      The quality of merC, a module of the mer mosaic

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    20. Wilson, JR; Leang, C; Morby, AP; Hobman, JL; Brown, NL
      MerF is a mercury transport protein: different structures but a common mechanism for mercuric ion transporters?

      FEBS LETTERS
    21. Velasco, A; Acebo, P; Flores, N; Perera, J
      The mer operon of the acidophilic bacterium Thiobacillus T3.2 diverges from its Thiobacillus ferrooxidans counterpart

      EXTREMOPHILES
    22. Takeuchi, F; Iwahori, K; Kamimura, K; Sugio, T
      Isolation and some properties of Thiobacillus ferrooxidans strains with differing levels of mercury resistance from natural environments

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    23. Minakhina, S; Kholodii, G; Mindlin, S; Yurieva, O; Nikiforov, V
      Tn5053 family transposons are res site hunters sensing plasmidal res sitesoccupied by cognate resolvases

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    24. Brocklehurst, KR; Hobman, JL; Lawley, B; Blank, L; Marshall, SJ; Brown, NL; Morby, AP
      ZntR is a Zn(II)-responsive MerR-like transcriptional regulator of zntA inEscherichia coli

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    25. Kiyono, M; Pan-Hou, H
      DNA sequence and expression of a defective mer operon from Pseudomonas K-62 plasmid pMR26

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    26. Huang, CC; Narita, M; Yamagata, T; Itoh, Y; Endo, G
      Structure analysis of a class II transposon encoding the mercury resistance of the Gram-positive bacterium Bacillus megaterium MB1, a strain isolatedfrom Minamata Bay, Japan

      GENE
    27. Dronen, AK; Torsvik, V; Top, EM
      Comparison of the plasmid types obtained by two distantly related recipients in biparental exogenous plasmid isolations from soil

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    28. Ehlers, LJ; Bouwer, EJ
      RP4 plasmid transfer among species of Pseudomonas in a biofilm reactor

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    29. Droge, M; Puhler, A; Selbitschka, W
      Horizontal gene transfer among bacteria in terrestrial and aquatic habitats as assessed by microcosm and field studies

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    30. Holt, RJ; Bruce, KD; Strike, P
      Conservation of transposon structures in soil bacteria

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    31. Bass, L; Liebert, CA; Lee, MD; Summers, AO; White, DG; Thayer, SG; Maurer, JJ
      Incidence and characterization of integrons, genetic elements mediating multiple-drug resistance, in avian Escherichia coli

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    32. Kiyono, M; Pan-Hou, H
      The merG gene product is involved in phenylmercury resistance in Pseudomonas strain K-62

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    33. Caguiat, JJ; Watson, AL; Summers, AO
      Cd(II)-responsive and constitutive mutants implicate a novel domain in MerR

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    34. Sobecky, PA
      Plasmid ecology of marine sediment microbial communities

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    35. BOGDANOVA ES; BASS IA; MINAKHIN LS; PETROVA MA; MINDLIN SZ; VOLODIN AA; KALYAEVA ES; TIEDJE JM; HOBMAN JL; BROWN NL; NIKIFOROV VG
      HORIZONTAL SPREAD OF MER OPERONS AMONG GRAM-POSITIVE BACTERIA IN NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS

      Microbiology
    36. PARKHILL J; LAWLEY B; HOBMAN JL; BROWN NL
      SELECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MERCURY-INDEPENDENT ACTIVATION MUTANTS OF THE TN501 TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATOR, MERR

      Microbiology
    37. RAVEL J; AMOROSO MJ; COLWELL RR; HILL RT
      MERCURY-RESISTANT ACTINOMYCETES FROM THE CHESAPEAKE-BAY

      FEMS microbiology letters
    38. HART MC; ELLIOTT GN; OSBORN AM; RITCHIE DA; STRIKE P
      DIVERSITY AMONGST BACILLUS-MER-A GENES AMPLIFIED FROM MERCURY RESISTANT ISOLATES AND DIRECTLY FROM MERCURY POLLUTED SOIL

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    39. STUARTKEIL KG; HOHNSTOCK AM; DREES KP; HERRICK JB; MADSEN EL
      PLASMIDS RESPONSIBLE FOR HORIZONTAL TRANSFER OF NAPHTHALENE CATABOLISM GENES BETWEEN BACTERIA AT A COAL-TAR CONTAMINATED SITE ARE HOMOLOGOUS TO PDTG1 FROM PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA NCIB-9816-4

      Applied and environmental microbiology (Print)
    40. TREVORS JT
      BACTERIAL BIODIVERSITY IN SOIL WITH AN EMPHASIS ON CHEMICALLY-CONTAMINATED SOILS

      Water, air and soil pollution
    41. ZENG QD; STALHANDSKE C; ANDERSON MC; SCOTT RA; SUMMERS AO
      THE CORE METAL-RECOGNITION DOMAIN OF MERR

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    42. TRAJANOVSKA S; BRITZ ML; BHAVE M
      DETECTION OF HEAVY-METAL ION RESISTANCE GENES IN GRAM-POSITIVE AND GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM A LEAD-CONTAMINATED SITE

      Biodegradation
    43. KURABAYASHI T; IWASAKI K; UCHIYAMA H; NAKAMURA K; TANAKA H; YAGI O
      CHARACTERISTICS OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI HB101 AND PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA PPY101 HARBORING A RECOMBINANT PLASMID WITH TANDEM INSERTION OF THE MERCURY RESISTANCE OPERON

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    44. KIYONO M; OMURA T; INUZUKA M; FUJIMORI H; HIDEMITSU PH
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE AND EXPRESSION OF THE ORGANOMERCURIAL-RESISTANCE DETERMINANTS FROM A PSEUDOMONAS K-62 PLASMID PMR26

      Gene
    45. VIEGAS CA; LILLEY AK; BRUCE K; BAILEY MJ
      DESCRIPTION OF A NOVEL PLASMID REPLICATIVE ORIGIN FROM A GENETICALLY DISTINCT FAMILY OF CONJUGATIVE PLASMIDS ASSOCIATED WITH PHYTOSPHERE MICROFLORA

      FEMS microbiology letters
    46. BROKAMP A; SCHWARZE R; SCHMIDT FRJ
      HOMOLOGOUS PLASMIDS FROM SOIL BACTERIA ENCODING D,L-HALIDOHYDROLASES

      Current microbiology
    47. RANJARD L; RICHAUME A; JOCTEURMONROZIER L; NAZARET S
      RESPONSE OF SOIL BACTERIA TO HG(II) IN RELATION TO SOIL CHARACTERISTICS AND CELL LOCATION

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    48. ASHELFORD KE; FRY JC; DAY MJ; HILL KE; LEARNER MA; MARCHESI JR; PERKINS CD; WEIGHTMAN AJ
      USING MICROCOSMS TO STUDY GENE-TRANSFER IN AQUATIC HABITATS

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    49. OSBORN AM; BRUCE KD; STRIKE P; RITCHIE DA
      DISTRIBUTION, DIVERSITY AND EVOLUTION OF THE BACTERIAL MERCURY RESISTANCE (MER) OPERON

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    50. BRUCE KD
      ANALYSIS OF MER GENE SUBCLASSES WITHIN BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES IN SOILSAND SEDIMENTS RESOLVED BY FLUORESCENT-PCR-RESTRICTION FRAGMENT LENGTHPOLYMORPHISM PROFILING

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    51. LOPEZAMOROS R; VIVESREGO J; GARCIALARA J
      EXOGENOUS ISOLATION OF HG-R PLASMIDS FROM COASTAL MEDITERRANEAN WATERS AND THEIR EFFECT ON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI IN SEA-WATER

      Microbios
    52. LIN SJ; PUFAHL RA; DANCIS A; OHALLORAN TV; CULOTTA VC
      A ROLE FOR THE SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE ATX1 GENE IN COPPER TRAFFICKING AND IRON TRANSPORT

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    53. CASLAKE LF; ASHRAF SI; SUMMERS AO
      MUTATIONS IN THE ALPHA AND SIGMA-70 SUBUNITS OF RNA-POLYMERASE AFFECTEXPRESSION OF THE MER OPERON

      Journal of bacteriology
    54. ARONSSON G; BRORSSON AC; SAHLMAN L; JONSSON BH
      REMARKABLY SLOW FOLDING OF A SMALL PROTEIN

      FEBS letters
    55. OHNO A; MARUI A; CASTRO ES; REYES AAB; ELIOCALVO D; KASITANI H; ISHII Y; YAMAGUCHI K
      ENTEROPATHOGENIC BACTERIA IN THE LA-PAZ RIVER OF BOLIVIA

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
    56. OSBORN AM; BRUCE KD; RITCHIE DA; STRIKE P
      THE MERCURY RESISTANCE OPERON OF THE INCJ PLASMID PMERPH EXHIBITS STRUCTURAL AND REGULATORY DIVERGENCE FROM OTHER GRAM-NEGATIVE MER OPERONS

      Microbiology
    57. BAULARD A; KREMER L; SUPPLY P; VIDAUD D; BIDART JM; BELLET D; LOCHT C
      A NEW SERIES OF MYCOBACTERIAL EXPRESSION VECTORS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF LIVE RECOMBINANT VACCINES

      Gene
    58. BRONSTAD K; DRONEN K; OVREAS L; TORSVIK V
      PHENOTYPIC DIVERSITY AND ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANCE IN SOIL BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES

      Journal of industrial microbiology
    59. LILLEY AK; BAILEY MJ; DAY MJ; FRY JC
      DIVERSITY OF MERCURY RESISTANCE PLASMIDS OBTAINED BY EXOGENOUS ISOLATION FROM THE BACTERIA OF SUGAR-BEET IN 3 SUCCESSIVE YEARS

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    60. WILLIAMS HG; DAY MJ; FRY JC; STEWART GJ
      NATURAL TRANSFORMATION IN RIVER EPILITHON

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    61. JEFFREY WH; NAZARET S; BARKAY T
      DETECTION OF THE MERA GENE AND ITS EXPRESSION IN THE ENVIRONMENT

      Microbial ecology
    62. BRUNKER P; ROTHER D; SEDLMEIER R; KLEIN J; MATTES R; ALTENBUCHNER J
      REGULATION OF THE OPERON RESPONSIBLE FOR BROAD-SPECTRUM MERCURY RESISTANCE IN STREPTOMYCES-LIVIDANS-1326

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    63. HOBMAN JL; BROWN NL
      OVEREXPRESSION OF MERT, THE MERCURIC ION-TRANSPORT PROTEIN OF TRANSPOSON TN501, AND GENETIC SELECTION OF MERCURY HYPERSENSITIVITY MUTATIONS

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    64. BAULARD A; ESCUYER V; HADDAD N; KREMER L; LOCHT C; BERCHE P
      MERCURY RESISTANCE AS A SELECTIVE MARKER FOR RECOMBINANT MYCOBACTERIA

      Microbiology
    65. VENABLES WA; WIMPENNY JWT; AYRES A; COOK SM; THOMAS LV
      THE USE OF 2-DIMENSIONAL GRADIENT PLATES TO INVESTIGATE THE RANGE OF CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH CONJUGAL PLASMID TRANSFER OCCURS

      Microbiology
    66. BRUCE KD; OSBORN AM; PEARSON AJ; STRIKE P; RITCHIE DA
      GENETIC DIVERSITY WITHIN MER GENES DIRECTLY AMPLIFIED FROM COMMUNITIES OF NONCULTIVATED SOIL AND SEDIMENT BACTERIA

      Molecular ecology
    67. OSBORN AM; BRUCE KD; STRIKE P; RITCHIE DA
      SEQUENCE CONSERVATION BETWEEN REGULATORY MERCURY RESISTANCE GENES IN BACTERIA FROM MERCURY POLLUTED AND PRISTINE ENVIRONMENTS

      Systematic and applied microbiology
    68. TAMANAISHACOORI Z; ARTURO M; POMMEPUY M; MAMEZ C; CORMIER M
      CONJUGAL TRANSFER OF NATURAL PLASMIDS BETWEEN ESCHERICHIA-COLI STRAINS IN STERILE ENVIRONMENTAL WATER

      Current microbiology
    69. KIYONO M; OMURA T; FUJIMORI H; PANHOU H
      ORGANOMERCURIAL RESISTANCE DETERMINANTS IN PSEUDOMONAS-K-62 ARE PRESENT ON 2 PLASMIDS

      Archives of microbiology
    70. ASHELFORD KE; FRY JC; LEARNER MA
      PLASMID TRANSFER BETWEEN STRAINS OF PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA, AND THEIR SURVIVAL, WITHIN A PILOT-SCALE PERCOLATING-FILTER SEWAGE-TREATMENT SYSTEM

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    71. TOP EM; HOLBEN WE; FORNEY LJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF DIVERSE 2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID-DEGRADATIVE PLASMIDS ISOLATED FROM SOIL BY COMPLEMENTATION

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    72. LILLEY AK; FRY JC; DAY MJ; BAILEY MJ
      IN-SITU TRANSFER OF AN EXOGENOUSLY ISOLATED PLASMID BETWEEN PSEUDOMONAS SPP IN SUGAR-BEET RHIZOSPHERE

      Microbiology
    73. DHAKEPHALKAR PK; CHOPADE BA
      HIGH-LEVELS OF MULTIPLE METAL RESISTANCE AND ITS CORRELATION TO ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANCE IN ENVIRONMENTAL ISOLATES OF ACINETOBACTER

      BioMetals
    74. LEUNG K; ENGLAND LS; CASSIDY MB; TREVORS JT; WEIR S
      MICROBIAL DIVERSITY IN SOIL - EFFECT OF RELEASING GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED MICROORGANISMS

      Molecular ecology
    75. HOBMAN J; KHOLODII G; NIKIFOROV V; RITCHIE DA; STRIKE P; YURIEVA O
      THE SEQUENCE OF THE MER OPERON OF PMER327 419 AND TRANSPOSON ENDS OF PMER327/419, PMER330 AND PMER05/

      Gene
    76. CHRISTIE GE; WHITE TJ; GOODWIN TS
      A MERR HOMOLOG AT 74 MINUTES ON THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI GENOME

      Gene
    77. GIACOMINI A; OLLERO FJ; SQUARTINI A; NUTI MP
      CONSTRUCTION OF MULTIPURPOSE GENE CARTRIDGES BASED ON A NOVEL SYNTHETIC PROMOTER FOR HIGH-LEVEL GENE-EXPRESSION IN GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA

      Gene
    78. SABATE J; VILLANUEVA A; PRIETO MJ
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A MERCURY-RESISTANT BROAD-HOST-RANGE PLASMID FROM PSEUDOMONAS-CEPACIA

      FEMS microbiology letters
    79. BULL PC; COX DW
      WILSON DISEASE AND MENKES DISEASE - NEW HANDLES ON HEAVY-METAL TRANSPORT

      Trends in genetics
    80. LEBARON P; BATAILLER N; BALEUX B
      MOBILIZATION OF A RECOMBINANT NONCONJUGATIVE PLASMID AT THE INTERFACEBETWEEN WASTE-WATER AND THE MARINE COASTAL ENVIRONMENT

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    81. MUELA A; POCINO M; ARANA I; JUSTO JI; IRIBERRI J; BARCINA I
      EFFECT OF GROWTH-PHASE AND PARENTAL CELL-SURVIVAL IN RIVER WATER ON PLASMID TRANSFER BETWEEN ESCHERICHIA-COLI STRAINS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    82. NAZARET S; JEFFREY WH; SAOUTER E; VONHAVEN R; BARKAY T
      MERA GENE-EXPRESSION IN AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS MEASURED BY MESSENGER-RNA PRODUCTION AND HG(II) VOLATILIZATION

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    83. NAZARET S; JEFFREY WH; SAOUTER E; VONHAVEN R; BARKAY T
      MERA GENE-EXPRESSION IN AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS MEASURED BY MESSENGER-RNA PRODUCTION AND HG(II) VOLATILIZATION

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    84. SELIFONOVA OV; BARKAY T
      ROLE OF NA+ IN TRANSPORT OF HG2+ AND INDUCTION OF THE TN21 MER OPERON

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    85. YOUNG HK
      ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE SPREAD IN AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS

      Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
    86. BRUNKE M; DECKWER WD; FRISCHMUTH A; HORN JM; LUNSDORF H; RHODE M; ROHRICHT M; TIMMIS KN; WEPPEN P
      MICROBIAL RETENTION OF MERCURY FROM WASTE STREAMS IN A LABORATORY COLUMN CONTAINING MERA GENE BACTERIA

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    87. SELIFONOVA O; BURLAGE R; BARKAY T
      BIOLUMINESCENT SENSORS FOR DETECTION OF BIOAVAILABLE HG(II) IN THE ENVIRONMENT

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    88. OSBORN AM; BRUCE KD; STRIKE P; RITCHIE DA
      POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION-RESTRICTION FRAGMENT LENGTH POLYMORPHISM ANALYSIS SHOWS DIVERGENCE AMONG MER DETERMINANTS FROM GRAM-NEGATIVE SOILBACTERIA INDISTINGUISHABLE BY DNA-DNA HYBRIDIZATION

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    89. KHOLODII GY; YURIEVA OV; LOMOVSKAYA OL; GORLENKO ZM; MINDLIN SZ; NIKIFOROV VG
      TN5053, A MERCURY RESISTANCE TRANSPOSON WITH INTEGRONS ENDS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    90. FRISCHER ME; THURMOND JM; PAUL JH
      FACTORS AFFECTING COMPETENCE IN A HIGH-FREQUENCY OF TRANSFORMATION MARINE VIBRIO

      Journal of General Microbiology
    91. MAHER D; TAYLOR DE
      HOST-RANGE AND TRANSFER EFFICIENCY OF INCOMPATIBILITY GROUP-HI PLASMIDS

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    92. FUKAGAWA T; SUZUKI S
      CLONING OF GENE RESPONSIBLE FOR TRIBUTYLTIN CHLORIDE (TBTCL) RESISTANCE IN TBTCL-RESISTANT MARINE BACTERIUM, ALTEROMONAS SP M-1

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    93. PARK SJ; WIREMAN J; SUMMERS AO
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF THE TN21 MER OPERATOR-PROMOTER

      Journal of bacteriology


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