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The role of lactic acid production by probiotic Lactobacillus species in vaginal health

Gilda Tachedjian, Muriel Aldunate, Catronia S. Bradshaw, Richard A. Cone Open Access December 2017

Fungal infections diagnosis – Past, present and future

Alexandre Mendonça, Helena Santos, Ricardo Franco-Duarte, Paula Sampaio April 2022

Biochemical and molecular mechanisms of antibiotic resistance in Salmonella spp.

Rahul Chaudhari, Kanika Singh, Prashant Kodgire February 2023

Systematic transcriptome analysis allows the identification of new type I and type II Toxin/Antitoxin systems located in the superintegron of Vibrio cholerae

Evelyne Krin, Zeynep Baharoglu and 4 more Open Access February 2023

The Tol–Pal system of Escherichia coli plays an unexpected role in the import of the oxyanions chromate and phosphate

Amine Ali Chaouche, Laetitia Houot and 5 more Open Access December 2022

Sulfoacidibacillus ferrooxidans, gen. nov., sp. nov., Sulfoacidibacillus thermotolerans, gen. nov., sp. nov., and Ferroacidibacillus organovorans, gen. nov., sp. nov.: Extremely acidophilic chemolitho-heterotrophic Firmicutes

D. Barrie Johnson, David S. Holmes and 3 more Open Access April 2023

Bacteriophage therapy: recent developments and applications of a renaissant weapon

Bibi Fathima, Ann Catherine Archer October 2021

Corynebacterium genitalium sp. nov., nom. rev. and Corynebacterium pseudogenitalium sp. nov., nom. rev., two old species of the genus Corynebacterium described from clinical and environmental samples

Daniel Jaén-Luchoro, Shurouq Al-Shaer and 9 more Open Access February 2023

Patho-genetics of Clostridium chauvoei

Joachim Frey, Laurent Falquet Open Access May 2015

Effect of the combinatorial iron-chelation and oxidative stress on the growth of Aspergillus species

Tamás Emri, Veronika M. Sümegi-Győri and 3 more Open Access December 2022

Genomes, neurotoxins and biology of Clostridium botulinum Group I and Group II

Andrew T. Carter, Michael W. Peck Open Access May 2015

Pentadecanoic acid against Candida albicans-Klebsiella pneumoniae biofilm: towards the development of an anti-biofilm coating to prevent polymicrobial infections

E. Galdiero, A. Ricciardelli and 8 more Open Access December 2021

Diverse Enterococcus faecalis strains show heterogeneity in biofilm properties

Scott D. Schaffer, Carissa A. Hutchison and 5 more February 2023

Dividing subpopulation of Escherichia coli in stationary phase

Arvi Jõers, Eliis Liske, Tanel Tenson Open Access June 2020

Phenotypic and genomic characterization provide new insights into adaptation to environmental stressors and biotechnological relevance of mangrove Alcaligenes faecalis D334

Ngoc Tung Quach, Tran Thi Loan and 6 more February 2023

Caspofungin alone or combined with polymyxin B are effective against mixed biofilm of Aspergillus fumigatus and carbapenem-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Bruna Nakanishi Fortes, Gaby Scheunemann, Analy Salles de Azevedo Melo, Kelly Ishida February 2023

Therapeutic potential of otilonium bromide against Vibrio vulnificus

Yue Gong, Young Ran Kim February 2023

Electricity generation from an inorganic sulfur compound containing mining wastewater by acidophilic microorganisms

Gaofeng Ni, Stephan Christel and 4 more Open Access September 2016

Genomic analysis of Chryseobacterium indologenes and conformational dynamics of the selected DD-peptidase

Muhammad Irfan, Muhammad Tariq and 10 more February 2023

Phylogenomics and comparative genomic analyses support the creation of the novel family Ignatzschineriaceae fam. nov. comprising the genera Ignatzschineria and Wohlfahrtiimonas within the order Cardiobacteriales

Jake Adolf V. Montecillo February 2023

Involvement of amyloid proteins in the formation of biofilms in the pathogenic yeast Candida albicans

Thierry Mourer, Mennat El Ghalid, Christophe d’Enfert, Sophie Bachellier-Bassi Open Access May 2021

Phenotypic impacts and genetic regulation characteristics of the DNA adenine methylase gene (dam) in Salmonella Typhimurium biofilm forms

Selma Keçeli Oğuz, Elif Gamze Has, Nefise Akçelik, Mustafa Akçelik February 2023

The histone acetyltransferase FocGCN5 regulates growth, conidiation, and pathogenicity of the banana wilt disease causal agent Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. cubense tropical race 4

Jingjing Liu, Bang An and 3 more Open Access April 2022

Spore-forming bacteria responsible for food spoilage

Stéphane André, Tatiana Vallaeys, Stella Planchon May 2017

An integrated transport mechanism of the maltose ABC importer

Rebecca Mächtel, Alessandra Narducci and 3 more Open Access December 2019

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Spectrum of ctx B genotypes, antibiogram profiles and virulence genes of Vibrio cholerae serogroups isolated from environmental water sources from Odisha, India

The present study reports on the comprehensive analysis of Vibrio cholerae O1 and non-O1/non-O139 serogroups isolated from environmental water sources during cholera outbreaks, epidemics and surveillance studies ...

Gut microbiota characteristics of Mongolian and Han populations in anti-tuberculosis drug-induced liver injury: a population-based case–control study

The pathogenesis of anti-tuberculosis (TB) drug-induced liver injury (ADLI) is complicated and remains unclear. We aimed to analyse the relationship between the characteristics of gut microbiota and ADLI in Mo...

Surfactant nanovesicles for augmented antibacterial activity against carbapenemase resistant enterobacteriaceae and extended spectrum beta-lactamases producing bacteria: in vitro and in vivo evaluation

The ubiquitous emergence of bacterial resistance is a challenging problem in infectious diseases treatment. Recently, new research lines employed nano-drug delivery systems to enhance antibacterial activity of...

Correction to: Dysbiotic microbiome variation in colorectal cancer patients is linked to lifestyles and metabolic diseases

The original article was published in BMC Microbiology 2023 23 :33

A multi-aspect analysis of two analogous aspergillus spp. belonging to section Flavi: aspergillus flavus and aspergillus oryzae

Microfungal isolates were routinely identified depending on both macro and micro morphological characteristics, sometimes, some fungal isolates appeared to be similar and such cases caused severe confusion for...

Nutrient availability of roughages in isocaloric and isonitrogenous diets alters the bacterial networks in the whole gastrointestinal tract of Hu sheep

The nutrient availability of roughages could affect the dietary utilization efficiency of ruminants even in isocaloric and isonitrogenous diets. Here, we analyzed the bacterial composition and their metabolic ...

Bioprospecting of desert actinobacteria with special emphases on griseoviridin, mitomycin C and a new bacterial metabolite producing Streptomyces sp. PU-KB10–4

Bioprospecting of actinobacteria isolated from Kubuqi desert, China for antibacterial, antifungal and cytotoxic metabolites production and their structure elucidation.

Assessment of fungal spores and spore-like diversity in environmental samples by targeted lysis

At particular stages during their life cycles, fungi use multiple strategies to form specialized structures to survive unfavorable environmental conditions. These strategies encompass sporulation, as well as c...

Determining the changes in metabolites of Dendrobium officinale juice fermented with starter cultures containing Saccharomycopsis fibuligera FBKL2.8DCJS1 and Lactobacillus paracasei FBKL1.3028 through untargeted metabolomics

The present study aimed to investigate the changes in volatile components and metabolites of Dendrobium officinale ( D. officinale ) juice fermented with starter cultures containing Saccharomycopsis fibuligera and

The potential role of migratory birds in the transmission of pathogenic Campylobacter species to broiler chickens in broiler poultry farms and live bird markets

Campylobacter species (spp.) are one of the most important zoonotic bacteria possessing potential hazards for animal and human health worldwide. Migratory birds are implicated as significant carriers for microbes...

Factors affecting the microbiological quality and contamination of farm bulk milk by Staphylococcus aureus in dairy farms in Asella, Ethiopia

The determination of the microbiological quality and safety of raw milk and the associated influencing factors at the farm level is very critical given that the quality or safety of subsequent products that ar...

Clonal transmission of polymyxin B-resistant hypervirulent Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates coharboring bla NDM-1 and bla KPC-2 in a tertiary hospital in China

The prevalence of multidrug-resistant hypervirulent K. pneumoniae (MDR-hvKP) has gradually increased. It poses a severe threat to human health. However, polymyxin-resistant hvKP is rare. Here, we collected eight ...

Rapid, sensitive, and specific detection of SARS-CoV-2 in nasopharyngeal swab samples of suspected patients using a novel one-step loop-mediated isothermal amplification (one-step LAMP) technique

In the absence of effective antiviral drugs or vaccines, early and accurate detection of SARS-CoV-2 infection is essential to the COVID-19 pandemic. This study developed and evaluated a novel rapid One-Step LA...

Core and conditionally rare taxa as indicators of agricultural drainage ditch and stream health and function

The freshwater microbiome regulates aquatic ecological functionality, nutrient cycling, pathogenicity, and has the capacity to dissipate and regulate pollutants. Agricultural drainage ditches are ubiquitous in...

Glyphosate affects persistence and tolerance but not antibiotic resistance

Glyphosate is a herbicide widely used in food production that blocks the synthesis of aromatic amino acids in plants and in microorganisms and also induces the accumulation of the alarmone (p)ppGpp. The purpos...

Controlling taxa abundance improves metatranscriptomics differential analysis

A common task in analyzing metatranscriptomics data is to identify microbial metabolic pathways with differential RNA abundances across multiple sample groups. With information from paired metagenomics data, s...

Hypervirulent R20291 Clostridioides difficile spores show disinfection resilience to sodium hypochlorite despite structural changes

Clostridioides difficile is a spore forming bacterial species and the major causative agent of nosocomial gastrointestinal infections. C. difficile spores are highly resilient to disinfection methods and to preve...

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Chlamydia trachomatis plasmid-encoding Pgp3 protein induces secretion of distinct inflammatory signatures from HeLa cervical epithelial cells

Genital Chlamydia trachomatis infection is the most common bacterial sexual transmitted disease that causes severe complications including pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, and infertility in female...

Mechanism of lead adsorption by a Bacillus cereus strain with indole-3-acetic acid secretion and inorganic phosphorus dissolution functions

Heavy metal pollution has become a major source of environmental pollution because of increasing industrialization. Microbial remediation is a promising approach to remediate lead-contaminated environments owi...

Use of modified ichip for the cultivation of thermo-tolerant microorganisms from the hot spring

Thermostable microorganisms are extremophiles. They have a special genetic background and metabolic pathway and can produce a variety of enzymes and other active substances with special functions. Most thermo-...

Antibacterial and anti-biofilm properties of carvacrol alone and in combination with cefixime against Escherichia coli

Plant-derived compounds can be used as antimicrobial agents in medicines and as food preservatives. These compounds can be applied along with other antimicrobial agents to strengthen the effect and/or reduce t...

Plant growth promotion and differential expression of defense genes in chilli pepper against Colletotrichum truncatum induced by Trichoderma asperellum and T . harzianum

Trichoderma   asperellum  and  T .  harzianum  were assessed in this study as a potential biological control against Colletotrichum truncatum . C. truncatum is a hemibiotrophic fungus that causes anthracnose disease in c...

Irinotecan-gut microbiota interactions and the capability of probiotics to mitigate Irinotecan-associated toxicity

Irinotecan is a chemotherapeutic agent used to treat a variety of tumors, including colorectal cancer (CRC). In the intestine, it is transformed into SN-38 by gut microbial enzymes, which is responsible for it...

Analysis of an Indian colorectal cancer faecal microbiome collection demonstrates universal colorectal cancer-associated patterns, but closest correlation with other Indian cohorts

It is increasingly being recognised that changes in the gut microbiome have either a causative or associative relationship with colorectal cancer (CRC). However, most of this research has been carried out in a...

Fine-scale spatial variation shape fecal microbiome diversity and composition in black-tailed prairie dogs ( Cynomys ludovicianus )

Host associated gut microbiota are important in understanding the coevolution of host-microbe, and how they may help wildlife populations to adapt to rapid environmental changes. Mammalian gut microbiota compo...

Composition, structure, and functional shifts of prokaryotic communities in response to co-composting of various nitrogenous green feedstocks

Thermophilic composting is a promising method of sanitizing pathogens in manure and a source of agriculturally important thermostable enzymes and microorganisms from organic wastes. Despite the extensive studi...

Whole-genome sequence analysis of clinically isolated carbapenem resistant Escherichia coli from Iran

The emergence of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacterales (CRE) continues to threaten public health due to limited therapeutic options. In the current study the incidence of carbapenem resistance among the 104 clini...

Insights into the enumeration of mixtures of probiotic bacteria by flow cytometry

The use of flow cytometry to enumerate microorganisms is gaining traction over the traditional plate count technique on the basis of superior accuracy, precision and time-to-result. Here, we assessed the suita...

Bacterial community composition of the sediment in Sayram Lake, an alpine lake in the arid northwest of China

Sediment bacterial communities play a critical role in biogeochemical cycling in alpine lake ecosystems. However, little is known about the sediment microbial communities in these lakes. In this study, the bac...

Elevated atmospheric CO 2 concentrations caused a shift of the metabolically active microbiome in vineyard soil

Elevated carbon dioxide concentrations (eCO 2 ), one of the main causes of climate change, have several consequences for both vine and cover crops in vineyards and potentially also for the soil microbiome. Hence so...

Genome-centric metagenomic insights into the role of Chloroflexi in anammox, activated sludge and methanogenic reactors

The phylum Chloroflexi is highly abundant in a wide variety of wastewater treatment bioreactors. It has been suggested that they play relevant roles in these ecosystems, particularly in degrading carbon compou...

Resilience and stability of the CF- intestinal and respiratory microbiome during nutritional and exercise intervention

Impaired respiratory and intestinal microbiome composition is linked to cystic fibrosis lung disease severity. In people with cystic fibrosis (pwCF), regular exercise is recommended to delay disease progressio...

Genomic and phenotypic profiling of Staphylococcus aureus isolates from bovine mastitis for antibiotic resistance and intestinal infectivity

Staphylococcus aureus is one of the prevalent etiological agents of contagious bovine mastitis, causing a significant economic burden on the global dairy industry. Given the emergence of antibiotic resistance (AB...

Generalist arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi dominated heavy metal polluted soils at two artisanal and small − scale gold mining sites in southeastern Ecuador

Artisanal and small-scale gold mining activities are producing contamination with heavy metals and metalloids (HMM) into soils and water worldwide. The HMM are considered as one of the major abiotic stresses d...

The effects and interrelationships of intercropping on Cotton Verticillium wilt and soil microbial communities

Cotton Verticillium wilt, causing by Verticillium dahliae , has seriously affected the yield and quality of cotton. The incidence of Verticillium wilt in cotton fields has been on the rise for many years, especial...

Cloacal microbiota are biogeographically structured in larks from desert, tropical and temperate areas

In contrast with macroorganisms, that show well-documented biogeographical patterns in distribution associated with local adaptation of physiology, behavior and life history, strong biogeographical patterns ha...

Lacticaseibacillus casei T1 attenuates Helicobacter pylori- induced inflammation and gut microbiota disorders in mice

Probiotics are defined as live microbial food elements that are beneficial to human health. Lacticaseibacillus casei T1 was considered to have potential as a bioactive ingredient in functional foods, which was is...

Dissecting the microbial community structure of internal organs during the early postmortem period in a murine corpse model

Microorganisms distribute and proliferate both inside and outside the body, which are the main mediators of decomposition after death. However, limited information is available on the postmortem microbiota cha...

SigB modulates expression of novel SigB regulon members via Bc1009 in non-stressed and heat-stressed cells revealing its alternative roles in Bacillus cereus

The Bacillus cereus Sigma B (SigB) dependent general stress response is activated via the two-component RsbKY system, which involves a phosphate transfer from RsbK to RsbY. It has been hypothesized that the Hpr-l...

Antibiotic resistance pattern, capsular types, and molecular characterization of invasive isolates of Streptococcus pneumoniae in the south of Tunisia from 2012 to 2018

Streptococcus pneumoniae remains a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. In this study, we sought to analyze serotype distributions, antibiotic resistance, and genetic relationships of 106 clinical ...

The mediating roles of the oral microbiome in saliva and subgingival sites between e-cigarette smoking and gingival inflammation

Electronic cigarettes (ECs) have been widely used by young individuals in the U.S. while being considered less harmful than conventional tobacco cigarettes. However, ECs have increasingly been regarded as a he...

Human liver microbiota modeling strategy at the early onset of fibrosis

Gut microbiota is involved in the development of liver diseases such as fibrosis. We and others identified that selected sets of gut bacterial DNA and bacteria translocate to tissues, notably the liver, to est...

Dysbiotic microbiome variation in colorectal cancer patients is linked to lifestyles and metabolic diseases

Differences in the composition and diversity of the gut microbial communities among individuals are influenced by environmental factors. However, there is limited research on factors affecting microbiome varia...

The Correction to this article has been published in BMC Microbiology 2023 23 :72

In vitro gut microbiome response to carbohydrate supplementation is acutely affected by a sudden change in diet

Interactions between diet, stress and the gut microbiome are of interest as a means to modulate health and performance. Here, in vitro fermentation was used to explore the effects of a sudden change in diet, 2...

Significantly different results in the ocular surface microbiome detected by tear paper and conjunctival swab

Great variation has been observed in the composition of the normal microbiota of the ocular surface, and therefore, in addition to differences in detection techniques, the method of collecting ocular surface s...

Diversity, antibacterial and phytotoxic activities of culturable endophytic fungi from Pinellia pedatisecta and Pinellia ternata

Endophytic fungi of medicinal plants, as special microorganisms, are important sources of antibacterial compounds. However, the diversity and antibacterial activity of endophytic fungi from Pinellia Tenore have n...

Transcriptomics and co-expression network analysis revealing candidate genes for the laccase activity of Trametes gibbosa

Trametes gibbosa , which is a white-rot fungus of the Polyporaceae family found in the cold temperate zone, causes spongy white rot on wood. Laccase can oxidize benzene homologs and is one of the important oxidase...

Antibiotic resistance profile of common uropathogens during COVID-19 pandemic: hospital based epidemiologic study

Antimicrobial resistance has a direct impact on the ability to treat common infections, and this was worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic. Worldwide surveillance studies are lacking and resistance rates vary ...

Assessment of the influence of selected stress factors on the growth and survival of Listeria monocytogenes

Listeria monocytogenes are Gram-positive rods, which are the etiological factor of listeriosis . L. monocytogenes quickly adapts to changing environmental conditions. Since the main source of rods is food, its eli...

Genomic landscape of the emerging XDR Salmonella Typhi for mining druggable targets clpP, hisH, folP and gpmI and screening of novel TCM inhibitors, molecular docking and simulation analyses

Typhoid fever is transmitted by ingestion of polluted water, contaminated food, and stool of typhoid-infected individuals, mostly in developing countries with poor hygienic environments. To find novel therapeu...

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Thoughts on Quorum Sensing and Fungal Dimorphism , Kenneth W. Nickerson, Audrey L. Atkin, Jessica C. Hargarten, Ruvini U. Pathirana, and Sahar Hasim

In Vivo and In Vitro Anaerobic Mating in Candida albicans , Raluca Dumitru, Dhammika H.M.L.P. Navarathna, Camile P. Semighini, Christian G. Elowsky, Razvan Dumitru, Daniel Dignard, Malcom Whiteway, Audrey L. Atkin, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Effect of Farnesol on a Mouse Model of Systemic Candidiasis, Determined by Use of a DPP3 Knockout Mutant of Candida albicans , Dhammika H.M.L.P. Navarathna, Jacob M. Hornby, Navasona Krishnan, Anne M. Parkhurst, Gerald E. Duhamel, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Exogenous Farnesol Interferes with the Normal Progression of Cytokine Expression during Candidiasis in a Mouse Model , Dhammika H. M. L. P. Navarathna, Kenneth W. Nickerson, Gerald E. Duhamel, Thomas R. Jerrels, and Thomas M. Petro

Quorum Sensing in Dimorphic Fungi: Farnesol and Beyond , Kenneth W. Nickerson, Audrey L. Atkin, and Jacob M. Hornby

Pichia pastoris fermentation optimization: energy state and testing a growth-associated model , Bradley A. Plantz, Jayanta Sinha, Lorelie Villarete, Kenneth W. Nickerson, and Vicki Schlegel

Surface Display of Recombinant Proteins on Bacillus thuringiensis Spores , Cheng Du, Wing C. Chan, Timothy W. McKeithan, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Farnesol Concentrations Required To Block Germ Tube Formation in Candida albicans in the Presence and Absence of Serum , Daniel D. Mosel, Raluca Dumitru, Jacob M. Hornby, Audrey L. Atkin, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Survey of Extreme Solvent Tolerance in Gram-Positive Cocci: Membrane Fatty Acid Changes in Staphylococcus haemolyticus Grown in Toluene , Lindsey E. Nielsen, Dana R. Kadavy, Soumitra Rajagopal, Rhae A. Drijber, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Biologically Active Fluorescent Farnesol Analogs , Roman Shchepin, Razvan Dumitru, Kenneth W. Nickerson, Miranda Lund, and Patrick Dussault

Defined Anaerobic Growth Medium for Studying Candida albicans Basic Biology and Resistance to Eight Antifungal Drugs , Raluca Dumitru, Jacob M. Hornby, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Inoculum Size Effect in Dimorphic Fungi: Extracellular Control of Yeast-Mycelium Dimorphism in Ceratocystis ulmi , Jacob M. Hornby, Sarah M. Jacobitz-Kizzier, Donna J. McNeel, Ellen C. Jensen, David S. Treves, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Enhanced Production of Farnesol by Candida albicans Treated with Four Azoles , Jacob M. Hornby and Kenneth Nickerson

Farnesol Biosynthesis in Candida albicans : Cellular Response to Sterol Inhibition by Zaragozic Acid B , Jacob M. Hornby, Bessie W. Kebaara, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Phenotype of the Triplo-lethal locus of Drosophila melanogaster and its suppression by hyperoxia , Laura K. Smoyer, Douglas R. Dorer, Kenneth W. Nickerson, and Alan C. Christensen

Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate Hypersensitivity of clpP and clpB Mutants of Escherichia coli , Soumitra Rajagopal, Narasimhan Sudarsan, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Membrane glycoprotein gp130 of Dictyostelium discoideum is lipid-linked and its fate altered in the presence of tunicamycin , Betsy L. Barent and Catherine P. Chia

Quorum Sensing in the Dimorphic Fungus Candida albicans Is Mediated by Farnesol , Jacob M. Hornby, Ellen C. Jensen, Amber C. Lisec, Joseph J. Tasto, Brandon Jahnke, Richard Shoemaker, Patrick Dussault, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Giant Vacuoles Observed in Dictyostelium discoideum , Aidong Yuan and Catherine P. Chia

Natural Antibiotic Resistance of Bacteria Isolated from Larvae of the Oil Fly, Helaeomyia petrolei , Dana R. Kadavy, Jacob M. Hornby, Terry Haverkost, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Influence of Infected Cell Growth State on Bacteriophage Reactivation Levels , Dana R. Kadavy, Julie J. Shaffer, Susan E. Lott, Thomas A. Wolf, Cathy E. Bolton, William H. Gallimore, Eugene L. Martin, Kenneth W. Nickerson, and Tyler A. Kokjohn

A Receptor-Like Glycoprotein from Dictyostelium discoideum : Functions in Phagocytosis and Cell Adhesion? , P. Christopher LaRosa, Melissa B. Meirer, and Catherine P. Chia

A role for calcineurin in Dictyostelium discoideum phagocytosis , Aidong Yuan and Catherine P. Chia

Integrity of the actin cytoskeleton required for both phagocytosis and macropinocytosis in Dictyostelium discoideum , Aidong Yuan and Catherine P. Chia

Role of Esterase gp70 and Its Influence on Growth and Development of Dictyostelium discoideum , Aidong Yuan and Catherine P. Chia

Tubulin and Neurofilament Proteins Are Transported Differently in Axons of Chicken Motoneurons , Aidong Yuan, Roland G. Mills, Catherine P. Chia, and John J. Bray

Microbiology of the Oil Fly, Helaeomyia petrolei , Dana R. Kadavy, Bradley A. Plantz, Christopher A. Shaw, Jill Myatt, Tyler A. Kokjohn, and Kenneth Nickerson

Nonspecific interactions alter lipopolysaccharide patterns and protein mobility on sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gels , Aidong Yuan, R L. Pardy, and Catherine P. Chia

Cytoskeletal Association of an Esterase in Dictyostelium discoideum , Catherine P. Chia, Lothar Bomblies, and Kristy K. Taylor

Prevalence of Broad-Host-Range Lytic Bacteriophages of Sphaerotilus natans , Escherichia coli , and Pseudomonas aeruginosa , Ellen C. Jensen, Holly S. Schrader, Brenda Rieland, Thomas L. Thompson, Kit W. Lee, Kenneth W. Nickerson, and Tyler A. Kokjohn

Phagosomal Proteins of Dictyostelium discoideum , Betsy L. Rezabek, Juan M. Rodriguez-Paris, James A. Cardelli, and Catherine P. Chia

Bacillus thuringiensis HD-73 Spores Have Surface-Localized Cry1Ac Toxin: Physiological and Pathogenic Consequences , Cheng Du and Kenneth Nickerson

The Bacillus thuringiensis Insecticidal Toxin Binds Biotin-Containing Proteins , Cheng Du and Kenneth Nickerson


Comparison of Disulfide Contents and Solubility at Alkaline pH of Insecticidal and Noninsecticidal Bacillus thuringiensis Protein Crystals , Cheng Du, Phyllis A.W. Martin, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Nonenzymatic Glycosylation of Lepidopteran-Active Bacillus thuringiensis Protein Crystals , Meenakshi Bhattacharyi, Bradley A. Plantz, Jane D. Swanson-Kobler, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

The Entner-Doudoroff Pathway in Escherichia coli Is Induced for Oxidative Glucose Metabolism via Pyrroloquinoline Quinone-Dependent Glucose Dehydrogenase , Ronda Fliege, Suxiang Tong, Annemarie Shibata, Kenneth W. Nickerson, and Tyrrell Conway

Lipoxygenase Inhibitors Shift the Yeast/Mycelium Dimorphism in Ceratocystis ulmi , Ellen C. Jensen, Clyde Ogg, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Nutritional Complementation of Oxidative Glucose Metabolism in Escherichia coli via Pyrroloquinoline Quinone-Dependent Glucose Dehydrogenase and the Entner-Doudoroff Pathway , Michael Adamowicz, Tyrrell Conway, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Detergent (Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate) Shock Proteins in Escherichia coli , Michael Adamowicz, Philip M. Kelley, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Toxicity of Protease-Resistant Domains from the Delta-Endotoxin of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis in Culex quinquefasciatus and Aedes aegypti Bioassays , Mary Ann Pfannenstiel, William C. Cray Jr., Graham Couche, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Isolation and Characterization of Monoclonal Antibodies Directed Against Plant Plasma Membrane and Cell Wall Epitopes: Identification of a Monoclonal Antibody that Recognizes Extensin and Analysis of the Process of Epitope Biosynthesis in Plant Tissues and Cell Cultures , David J. Meyer, Claudio L. Alfonso, and David W. Galbraith

Structural Disulfide Bonds in the Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis Protein Crystal , Graham A. Couche, Mary A. Pfannenstiel, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

The Glycoprotein Toxin of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis Indicates a Lectinlike Receptor in the Larval Mosquito Gut , Ganapathy Muthukumar and Kenneth Nickerson

Amino Sugars in the Glycoprotein Toxin from Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis , Mary Ann Pfannenstiel, Ganapathy Muthukumar, Graham A. Couche, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Immunological Relationships among Proteins Making Up the Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis Crystalline Toxin , Mary Ann Pfannenstiel, Graham A. Couche, Elise J. Ross, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Analysis of Mosquito Larvicidal Potential Exhibited by Vegetative Cells of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis , Corey J. Walther, Graham A. Couche, Mary Ann Pfannenstiel, Sara E. Egan, Lisa A. Bivin, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Calmodulin Levels in the Yeast and Mycelial Phases of Ceratocystis ulmi , Ganapathy Muthukumar, Rajiv K. Kulkarni, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Stability of the Larvicidal Activity of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis : Amino Acid Modification and Denaturants , Mary Ann Pfannenstiel, Graham A. Couche, Ganapathy Muthukumar, and Kenneth Nickerson

Ca(II)-Calmodulin Regulation of Fungal Dimorphism in Ceratocystis ulmi , Ganapathy Muthukumar and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Bioassay of Solubilized Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis Crystals by Attachment to Latex Beads , Danny J. Schnell, Mary Ann Pfannenstiel, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Toxicity of Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis Crystals to Aedes aegypti Larvae: Carbonate Reversal , Danny J. Schnell and Kenneth Nickerson

Purification of Poly-3-Hydroxybutyrate by Density Gradient Centrifugation in Sodium Bromide , Kenneth W. Nickerson

Growth of Enterobacter cloacae in the Presence of 25% Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate , Vance C. Kramer, Diane M. Calabrese, and Kenneth W. Nickerson

Incorporation of Specific Fatty Acid Precursors During Spore Germination and Outgrowth in Bacillus thuringiensis , Kenneth W. Nickerson and Lee A. Bulla Jr.

Purification of the Protein Crystal from Bacillus thuringiensis by Zonal Gradient Centrifugation , Kenneth W. Nickerson and Barabara J. Ang

Absence of Spermine in Filamentous Fungi , Kenneth W. Nickerson, Larry D. Dunkle, and James L. Van Etten

Lipid Metabolism During Bacterial Growth, Sporulation, and Germination: an Obligate Nutritional Requirement in Bacillus thuringiensis for Compounds That Stimulate Fatty Acid Synthesis , Kenneth W. Nickerson and Lee A. Bulla Jr.

Lipid Metabolism During Bacterial Growth, Sporulation, and Germination: Differential Synthesis of Individual Branched and Normal-Chain Fatty Acids During Spore Germination and Outgrowth of Bacillus thuringiensis , Kenneth W. Nickerson, Lee A. Bulla Jr., and Timothy L. Mounts

Lipid Metabolism During Bacterial Growth, Sporulation, and Germination: Kinetics of Fatty Acid and Macromolecular Synthesis During Spore Germination and Outgrowth of Bacillus thuringiensis , Kenneth W. Nickerson, John De Pinto, and Lee A. Bulla Jr.

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Microbiological Research is publishes research on prokaryotic and eukaryotic microorganisms such as yeasts, fungi, bacteria, archaea, and protozoa. The journal considers research on interactions between pathogenic microorganisms and their environment or hosts. The research should be original and …

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