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1945 19
1946 40
1947 41
1948 19
1949 34
1951 69
1952 172
1953 212
1954 271
1955 274
1956 459
1957 583
1958 635
1959 539
1960 524
1961 610
1962 472
1963 10
1964 170
1965 929
1966 1891
1967 2479
1968 2980
1969 3212
1970 3437
1971 3913
1972 4405
1973 4635
1974 5117
1975 5039
1976 4679
1977 4396
1978 3943
1979 4080
1980 3864
1981 3458
1982 3569
1983 3685
1984 3595
1985 3680
1986 3690
1987 3913
1988 4025
1989 4590
1990 5050
1991 5407
1992 5362
1993 5535
1994 5734
1995 5956
1996 5894
1997 5728
1998 6255
1999 6654
2000 7691
2001 8558
2002 8911
2003 9999
2004 10720
2005 11493
2006 12157
2007 13028
2008 13715
2009 14219
2010 15429
2011 17206
2012 17736
2013 17676
2014 16999
2015 16587
2016 16003
2017 15241
2018 14755
2019 8001
2020 236
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Functional diversity
Kothe E. J Basic Microbiol 2018. PMID 29611882
The Role of Universal Stress Proteins in Bacterial Infections
O'Connor A and McClean S. Curr Med Chem 2017 - Review. PMID 28120710
Universal stress proteins are ubiquitously expressed in bacteria, archaea and plants and other eukaryotes. A general property of USPs is their role in adaptation of bacteria to oxidative stress, high temperature, low pH and/or hypoxia. ...
Universal stress proteins are ubiquitously expressed in bacteria, archaea and plants and other eukaryotes. A general property of USPs …
The new bacteriology
Cossart P, et al. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2016. PMID 27672156 Free PMC article.
Carbon metabolism of intracellular bacteria.
Muñoz-Elías EJ and McKinney JD. Cell Microbiol 2006 - Review. PMID 16367862
Comparatively little is known about the physiology and metabolism of wild microorganisms living in their natural habitats. For approximately 500-1000 species of commensals and symbionts, and a smaller number of pathogenic bacteria, that habitat is the human body. Emerging evidence suggests that the metabolism of bacteria grown in vivo differs profoundly from their metabolism in axenic cultures....
Comparatively little is known about the physiology and metabolism of wild microorganisms living in their natural habitats. For approx …
Tit-for-tat: type VI secretion system counterattack during bacterial cell-cell interactions
Basler M, et al. Cell 2013. PMID 23415234 Free PMC article.
The bacterial type VI secretion system (T6SS) is a dynamic organelle that bacteria use to target prey cells for inhibition via translocation of effector proteins. ...
The bacterial type VI secretion system (T6SS) is a dynamic organelle that bacteria use to target prey cells for inhibition via transl …
Dynamics of Heterotrophic Bacterial Assemblages within Synechococcus Cultures
Zheng Q, et al. Appl Environ Microbiol 2018. PMID 29150500 Free PMC article.
These tight associations between Synechococcus and heterotrophic bacteria represent a good relevant system to study interspecies interactions. ...In this study, the dynamic relationships between Synechococcus spp. and their associated heterotrophic bacteria were investigated. ...
These tight associations between Synechococcus and heterotrophic bacteria represent a good relevant system to study interspecies inte …
How bacterial cell division might cheat turgor pressure - a unified mechanism of septal division in Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria.
Erickson HP. Bioessays 2017 - Review. PMID 28699183 Free PMC article.
Several studies in Gram-negative bacteria have shown that the periplasm is isoosmolar with the cytoplasm. Indirect evidence suggests that this is also true for Gram-positive bacteria. ...A related question is how the V-shaped constriction of Gram-negative bacteria relates to the plate-like septum of Gram-positive bacteria. ...
Several studies in Gram-negative bacteria have shown that the periplasm is isoosmolar with the cytoplasm. Indirect evidence suggests …
Co-metabolism.
Dalton H and Stirling DI. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 1982. PMID 6125958
This definition was devised primarily as a result of non-growth substrate metabolism studies with methane-utilizing bacteria. ...A number of examples where non-growth substrate metabolism is of environmental importance are presented, in particular the potential role of methane-oxidizing bacteria in the removal of CO from the environment. ...
This definition was devised primarily as a result of non-growth substrate metabolism studies with methane-utilizing bacteria. …
Thiol-Disulfide Exchange in Gram-Positive Firmicutes
Davey L, et al. Trends Microbiol 2016 - Review. PMID 27426970
Although these processes have been characterized in Gram-negative bacteria, the majority of Gram-positive TDORs have only recently been discovered. ...In this review we discuss the diverse extracytoplasmic TDORs used by Gram-positive bacteria, with a focus on Gram-positive Firmicutes....
Although these processes have been characterized in Gram-negative bacteria, the majority of Gram-positive TDORs have only recently be …
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