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1. Correspondence

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2. Proteomics fingerprinting of phagosome maturation and evidence for the role of a G during uptake

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4. Differential Regulation of Multiple Proteins of Escherichia coli and Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium by the Transcriptional Regulator SlyA

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5. Identification of Immunodominant Antigens from Helicobacter pylori and Evaluation of Their Reactivities with Sera from Patients with Different Gastroduodenal Pathologies

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6. The rat poly Pyrimidine Tract binding protein (PTB) interacts with a single-stranded DNA motif in a liver-specific enhancer


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7. A Point Mutation in the Sensor Histidine Kinase SaeS of Staphylococcus aureus Strain Newman Alters the Response to Biocide Exposure▿ †

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8. Cloning of a Novel Malignant Melanoma-derived Growth-Regulatory Protein, MIA1

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9. Proteomics fingerprinting of phagosome maturation and evidence for the role of a Galpha during uptake


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10. The rat poly Pyrimidine Tract binding protein (PTB) interacts with a single-stranded DNA motif in a liverspecific enhancer


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