Biochemistry and Cell Biology - Journal Articles

Biochemistry and Cell Biology - Journal Articles

 

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  • Yordanova, Martina M.; Loughran, Gary; Zhdanov, Alexander V.; Mariotti, Marco; Kiniry, Stephen J.; O'Connor, Patrick B. F.; Andreev, Dmitry E.; Tzani, Ioanna; Saffert, Paul; Michel, Audrey M.; Gladyshev, Vadim N.; Papkovsky, Dmitry B.; Atkins, John F.; Baranov, Pavel V. (Macmillan Publishers Ltd, part of Springer Nature, 2018-01-03)
    In addition to acting as template for protein synthesis, messenger RNA (mRNA) often contains sensory sequence elements that regulate this process1,2. Here we report a new mechanism that limits the number of complete protein ...
  • Joyce, Susan A.; Burnell, Ann M.; Powers, Thomas O. (Society of Nematologists, 1994-09)
    Restriction digests of amplified DNA from the mitochondrial genome and the nuclear ribosomal internally transcribed spacer region have been evaluated as genetic markers for species groups in Heterorhabditis. Six RFLP ...
  • Jones, Robert T.; Sanchez-Contreras, Maria; Vlisidou, Isabella; Amos, Matthew R.; Yang, Guowei; Muñoz-Berbel, Xavier; Upadhyay, Abhishek; Potter, Ursula J.; Joyce, Susan A.; Ciche, Todd A.; Jenkins, A. Toby A.; Bagby, Stefan; ffrench-Constant, Richard H.; Waterfield, Nicholas R. (BioMed Central, 2010-05-12)
    Background: Photorhabdus are Gram-negative nematode-symbiotic and insect-pathogenic bacteria. The species Photorhabdus asymbiotica is able to infect humans as well as insects. We investigated the secreted proteome of a ...
  • Easom, Catherine A.; Joyce, Susan A.; Clarke, David J. (BioMed Central, 2010-02-11)
    Photorhabdus are Gram negative entomopathogenic bacteria that also have a mutualistic association with nematodes from the family Heterorhabditis. An essential part of this symbiosis is the ability of the bacterium to ...
  • Gerrard, John; Joyce, Susan A.; Clarke, David; ffrench-Constant, Richard; Nimmo, Graeme; Looke, David, F. M.; Feil, Edward; Pearce, Lucy; Waterfield, Nick (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2006-10)
    Photorhabdus asymbiotica is an emerging bacterial pathogen that causes locally invasive soft tissue and disseminated bacteremic infections in the United States and Australia. Although the source of infection was previously ...

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