Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology

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Edited By: Roberto Docampo

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 53/123 (Microbiology)

Online ISSN: 1550-7408

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  • Characterization of a Strain of Fukuyoa paulensis (Dinophyceae) from the Western Mediterranean Sea

    Characterization of a Strain of Fukuyoa paulensis (Dinophyceae) from the Western Mediterranean Sea

    Light microscopy images of Fukuyoa paulensis (strain Dn135EHU).

  • Insights into the Regulation of mRNA Processing of Polycistronic Transcripts Mediated by DRBD4/PTB2, a Trypanosome Homolog of the Polypyrimidine Tract-Binding Protein

    Insights into the Regulation of mRNA Processing of Polycistronic Transcripts Mediated by DRBD4/PTB2, a Trypanosome Homolog of the Polypyrimidine Tract‐Binding Protein

    TcDRBD4/PTB2 overexpression in epimastigote cells affects UBP1 and UBP2 protein synthesis.

  • Diatom Vacuolar 1,6-β-Transglycosylases can Functionally Complement the Respective Yeast Mutants

    Diatom Vacuolar 1,6‐β‐Transglycosylases can Functionally Complement the Respective Yeast Mutants

    Images of TGS1 and 2::GFP fusion proteins expressed in the yeast strain BY05574.

  • Trypanosoma cruzi Proline Transport Presents a Cell Density-dependent Regulation

    Trypanosoma cruzi Proline Transport Presents a Cell Density‐dependent Regulation

    Regulation of expression of the proline permease TcAAAP069.

  • Small but Manifold – Hidden Diversity in “Spumella-like Flagellates”

    Small but Manifold – Hidden Diversity in “Spumella‐like Flagellates”

    Light microscopic images (A–P) showing vegetative cells of strains of colourless nonscaled chrysophytes.

  • Characterization of a Strain of Fukuyoa paulensis (Dinophyceae) from the Western Mediterranean Sea
  • Insights into the Regulation of mRNA Processing of Polycistronic Transcripts Mediated by DRBD4/PTB2, a Trypanosome Homolog of the Polypyrimidine Tract‐Binding Protein
  • Diatom Vacuolar 1,6‐β‐Transglycosylases can Functionally Complement the Respective Yeast Mutants
  • Trypanosoma cruzi Proline Transport Presents a Cell Density‐dependent Regulation
  • Small but Manifold – Hidden Diversity in “Spumella‐like Flagellates”

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