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  • Impact of Genetic Diversity on the Biology of Complex Strains
  • Small Things Considered
  • The Origin of Mutants under Selection: Interactions of Mutation, Growth, and Selection
  • Glycosylation of Secondary Metabolites To Produce Novel Compounds
  • The Tat Protein Export Pathway
  • Inward Rectifier K Channels
  • Misalignment-Mediated Mutations and Genetic Rearrangements at Repetitive DNA Sequences
  • Type 1 Fimbriae, Curli, and Antigen 43: Adhesion, Colonization, and Biofilm Formation
  • Gene Duplication and Gene Loading
  • Generating Intracellular Processes
  • CONTENTS
  • Control of Mobile DNA
  • Structure and Evolution of the 23S rRNA Binding Domain of Protein L2
  • Intercellular Communication in Marine Species: Density-Dependent Regulation of the Expression of Bioluminescence
  • Recognition in the Glutamine tRNA System: from Structure to Function
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