FEMS Microbiology Letters
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The unusually large mitochondrial genome of the agricultural pathogen Rhizoctonia solani is due to expansion of novel introns and repetitive genetic elements.
Leptospiral surface antigens that mediate interactions with host extracellular matrix components are discussed in the context of colonization and pathogenesis.
The 6th European Spores Conference
The 6th European Spores Conference.
April 9-11th, 2014.
Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom.
FEMS Letters is pleased to announce that it will publish a Thematic Issue based upon this meeting soon after the conference. The guest editors for this issue will be Ezio Ricca and Simon Cutting. Please register for the meeting and contribute to this publication.
The effects exerted by two types of boundary conditions (absorbing vs. reflecting) on bacterial quorum sensing were inspected and found to differ and to profoundly affect local N-Acyl homoserine lactone signal concentrations