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1. Correspondence

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2. Exploration of the Role of the Non-Coding RNA SbrE in L. monocytogenes Stress Response

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3. Correction: Wiedmann, M., et al. Exploration of the Role of the Non-Coding RNA SbrE in L. monocytogenes Stress Response. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2013, 14, 378-393

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4. The Alternative Sigma Factor � B and the Virulence Gene Regulator PrfA Both Regulate Transcription of Listeria monocytogenes Internalins � †

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5. and Epidemiologically Relevant Subtype Information and Reveals

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6. Temperature-Dependent Expression of Listeria monocytogenes Internalin and Internalin-Like Genes Suggests Functional Diversity of These Proteins among the Listeriae � †

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8. The Signal Sequence Receptor Has a Second Subunit and Is Part of a Translocation Complex in the Endoplasmic Reticulum as

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9. RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access

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10. Exploration of the Role of the Non-Coding RNA SbrE in L. monocytogenes Stress Response


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