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Type: Letter | 2013 | Item not available on this server.

A cyclic GMP-dependent signalling pathway regulates bacterial phytopathogenesis - Shi Qi An, Ko Hsin Chin, Melanie Febrer, Yvonne McCarthy, Jauo Guey Yang, Chung Liang Liu, David Swarbreck, Jane Rogers, J. Maxwell Dow, Shan Ho Chou and Robert P. Ryan
Type: Article | 2013 | Item not available on this server.

High-resolution transcriptional analysis of the regulatory influence of cell-to-cell signalling reveals novel genes that contribute to Xanthomonas phytopathogenesis - Shi Qi An, Melanie Febrer, Yvonne Mccarthy, Dong Jie Tang, Leah Clissold, Gemy Kaithakottil, David Swarbreck, Ji Liang Tang, Jane Rogers, J. Maxwell Dow and Robert P. Ryan
Type: Article | 2013

Proteomics analysis of the regulatory role of Rpf/DSF cell-to-cell signaling system in the virulence of xanthomonas campestris - Aileen O'Connell, Shi Qi An, Yvonne McCarthy, Fabian Schulte, Karsten Niehaus, Yong Qiang He, Ji Liang Tang, Robert P. Ryan and J. Maxwell Dow
Type: Article | 2013 | Item not available on this server.

Microbiota and metabolite profiling reveal specific alterations in bacterial community structure and environment in the cystic fibrosis airway during exacerbation - Kate B. Twomey, Mark Alston, Shi Qi An, Oisin J. O'Connell, Yvonne McCarthy, David Swarbreck, Melanie Febrer, J. Maxwell Dow, Barry J. Plant and Robert P. Ryan
Type: Article | 2013

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