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Online ISBN: 9780470015902

DOI: 10.1002/047001590X

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  1. Antibodies
  2. Biochemistry
  3. Bioethics & Philosophy
  4. Biomolecular Interactions
  5. Cell Biology
  6. Developmental Biology
  7. Diagnostics, Therapeutics and Methods
  8. Ecology
  9. Enzymes: Structure and Action Mechanism
  10. Evolution & Diversity of Life
  11. Genetics & Disease
  12. Immunology
  13. Microbiology
    1. Algae
    2. Archaea
    3. Bacteria
      1. Acetogenic Bacteria
      2. Actinobacteria
      3. Actinomycete Spores
      4. Aerobic Methanotrophy and Nitrification: Processes and Connections
      5. Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated Transformation of Plant Cells
      6. Anaerobes
      7. Antibacterial Agents: Basis of Action
      8. Antibacterial agents: susceptibility In Vitro and In Vivo
      9. Antibiotic Resistance and the Relationship to Use in Livestock
      10. Antibiotic Resistance Plasmids in Bacteria
      11. Antibiotics
      12. Antimicrobial Resistance: Control
      13. Antimicrobial Resistance: Epidemiology
      14. Antimicrobials against Anaerobic Bacteria
      15. Antimicrobials Against Fastidious Gram-negative Rods
      16. Antimicrobials Against Streptococci, Pneumococci and Enterococci
      17. Antimicrobials: Susceptibility Testing
      18. Antimycobacterial Drugs
      19. Azotobacter Cysts
      20. Bacillus subtilis as a Model for Bacterial Systems Biology
      21. Bacterial and Archaeal Inclusions
      22. Bacterial Antibiotic Resistance
      23. Bacterial Cell Differentiation
      24. Bacterial Cell Division
      25. Bacterial Cell Wall
      26. Bacterial Cell Wall Recycling
      27. Bacterial Cells
      28. Bacterial Chemotaxis
      29. Bacterial Chromosome
      30. Bacterial Cytoplasmic Membrane
      31. Bacterial Ecology
      32. Bacterial Endospores
      33. Bacterial Evolution
      34. Bacterial Fermentation
      35. Bacterial Flagella
      36. Bacterial Flagella: Flagellar Motor
      37. Bacterial Genetic Exchange
      38. Bacterial Genetics
      39. Bacterial Genomes
      40. Bacterial Intracellular Membranes
      41. Bacterial Membrane Transport: Organization of Membrane Activities
      42. Bacterial Membrane Transport: Superfamilies of Transport Proteins
      43. Bacterial Meningitis
      44. Bacterial Pili and Fimbriae
      45. Bacterial Plasmids
      46. Bacterial Proteomes
      47. Bacterial Reproduction and Growth
      48. Bacterial Ribosomes
      49. Bacterial Taxis
      50. You have free access to this content
        Bacterial Transcription Regulation
      51. Bacteriology
      52. Bacteriophage T4
      53. Bacteriophages
      54. Bacteriophages and Food Safety
      55. Binary Fission in Bacteria
      56. Biofuels: Fungal, Bacterial and Insect Degraders of Lignocellulose
      57. Biology of Green Sulfur Bacteria
      58. Botulinum Toxin
      59. Catabolic Plasmids
      60. Cell Death in C. elegans
      61. Chlamydiae
      62. Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Metabolism
      63. Circadian Programmes in Cyanobacteria
      64. Clostridia
      65. Coevolution: plant–Microorganism
      66. Cyanobacteria
      67. Cyanobacterial Heterocysts
      68. Deinococcus–Thermus Group
      69. DNA Double-Strand Breaks and Their Consequences in Bacterial Genomes
      70. Endosymbionts
      71. Escherichia coli and the Development of Bacterial Genetics
      72. Escherichia coli as an Experimental Organism
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        Escherichia coli Lactose Operon
      74. Extreme Thermophiles
      75. Factor-Mediated Ribosome Assembly in Bacteria
      76. Gastrointestinal Tract: Bacterial Infections
      77. Gene Expression in Escherichia coli
      78. The Genus Bacteroides
      79. Giant Bacteria
      80. Gram-type Positive Bacteria
      81. Green Nonsulfur Bacteria
      82. Group Translocation – PEP:PTS
      83. Heliobacteria
      84. History of Bacteriology
      85. Homologous Genetic Recombination during Bacterial Conjugation
      86. Immunity to Bacteria
      87. Inhibitors of Initiation Phase of Bacterial Protein Synthesis
      88. Isolation of Plasmid DNA from E. coli
      89. Leprosy
      90. Leptospirosis
      91. Magnetotaxis in Prokaryotes
      92. The Metabolism of Anammox
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        Microorganisms: Applications in Molecular Biology
      94. Mycobacteria: Biology
      95. Myxobacteria
      96. Myxospores
      97. Nitrification
      98. Nitrogen Fixation in Cyanobacteria
      99. Nitrogenase Complex
      100. Nonpathogenic Epsilonproteobacteria
      101. Nucleotide Excision Repair in Bacteria
      102. Orthologues, Paralogues and Horizontal Gene Transfer in the Human Holobiont
      103. Peptidoglycan
      104. Phototaxis: Microbial
      105. Phototrophic Purple Bacteria
      106. Phylogeny Based on 16S rRNA/DNA
      107. Piezophiles
      108. Plasmids
      109. Polyketides
      110. Polysaccharides: Bacterial and Fungal
      111. Prochlorococcus and Other Photosynthetic Picoplankton
      112. Prokaryotic DNA-binding Proteins
      113. Prokaryotic Systematics: Theoretical Overview in the Light of Molecular Advances
      114. Proteobacteria
      115. Proteorhodopsin
      116. Recombinational DNA Repair in Bacteria: Postreplication
      117. Resistance to Bacterial Pathogens in Plants
      118. Respiratory System: Bacterial Infections
      119. Rhizobia
      120. Rhizobium and Other N-fixing Symbioses
      121. Rhizosphere
      122. Root Nodules (Legume–Rhizobium Symbiosis)
      123. S-Layers
      124. Salmonella Genomes in the Context of Lifestyle
      125. Semantides and Modern Bacterial Systematics
      126. Sensory Rhodopsins
      127. Septicaemic Shock
      128. Sigma Factors in Gene Expression
      129. Site-directed Mutagenesis of Double-stranded Plasmids
      130. Small Regulatory RNAs in Bacteria
      131. Speciation and Wolbachia
      132. Spirochaetes
      133. Staphylococcal Sepsis: Treatment
      134. Stochastic and Deterministic Decision in Cell Fate
      135. Streptomycetaceae: Life Style, Genome, Metabolism and Habitats
      136. Streptomycetaceae: Phylogeny, Ecology and Pathogenicity
      137. Streptomycete Spores
      138. Stress-induced Mutagenesis in Bacteria
      139. Superantigens
      140. Syphilis: Clinical Aspects
      141. Syphilis: Epidemiological Aspects
      142. Syphilis: Laboratory Aspects
      143. Thermotogales
      144. Ti Plasmids
      145. Transcript Elongation and Termination in Bacteria
      146. Transcription Activation at Bacterial Promoters
      147. Transformation of Competent Bacterial Cells: Electroporation
      148. Tuberculosis
      149. Tuberculosis in African Wildlife and Other Infectious Diseases of African Lions
      150. Tubulin and FtsZ Superfamily of Protein Assembly Machines
      151. Ultramicrobacteria
      152. Viable but Nonculturable Bacteria
    4. Bacterial Culture, Growth and Development
    5. Biosynthesis
    6. Composition and Structure of Microbial Cells
    7. Energetics and Catabolism
    8. Environmental Microbiology
    9. Extremophiles
    10. Food and Industrial Microbiology
    11. Fungi
    12. General Microbiology
    13. Genomes and Chromosomes
    14. Lithotrophy
    15. Medical Microbiology
    16. Microbial Evolution and Taxonomy
    17. Microbial Interactions and Communities
    18. Microbial Photosynthesis
    19. Microbial Respiration and Fermentation
    20. Protozoa
  14. Molecular Biology
  15. Neuroscience
  16. Plant Science
  17. Sample Preparation in Structural Biology
  18. Science & Society
  19. Structural Biology
  20. Techniques and Tools in Molecular Biology
  21. Techniques in Cell Biology
  22. Virology

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