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Microbiology Spectrum

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Online ISSN: 2165-0497

Polar growth segregates the cell wall based on age. Fluorescent D-amino acids are thought to incorporate into nascent peptidoglycan. Pulse chase with these shows how new and old cell wall are spatially segregated in M. smegmatis. From Baranowski C, Rego EH, Rubin EJ. 2018. Microbiol Spectr 6:GPP3-0008-2018.

Microbiology Spectrum publishes commissioned review articles on topics in microbiology representing ten content areas: Archaea; Food Microbiology; Bacterial Genetics, Cell Biology, and Physiology; Clinical Microbiology; Environmental Microbiology and Ecology; Eukaryotic Microbes; Genomics, Computational, and Synthetic Microbiology; Immunology; Pathogenesis; and Virology. Reviews are interrelated, with each review linking to other related content. A large board of Microbiology Spectrum editors aids in the development of topics for potential reviews and in the identification of an editor, or editors, who shepherd each collection. Articles are written and peer-reviewed by leading researchers in each field. Although the reviews are commissioned and Microbiology Spectrum does not.accept unsolicited articles, topical idea suggestions are welcomed.

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Molecular Epidemiology, Ecology, and Evolution of Group A Streptococci
Enterotoxic Clostridia: Enteric Diseases
Transmission Surveillance for Antimicrobial-Resistant Organisms in the Health System
Causality in Biological Transmission: Forces and Energies
RNA Localization in Bacteria
Processive Antitermination

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Microbiology Spectrum publishes commissioned review articles on topics in microbiology representing ten content areas: Archaea; Food Microbiology; Bacterial Genetics, Cell Biology, and Physiology; Clinical Microbiology; Environmental Microbiology and Ecology; Eukaryotic Microbes; Genomics, Computational, and Synthetic Microbiology; Immunology; Pathogenesis; and Virology. Reviews are interrelated, with each review linking to other related content. A large board of Microbiology Spectrum editors aids in the development of topics for potential reviews and in the identification of an editor, or editors, who shepherd each collection. Articles are written and peer-reviewed by leading researchers in each field. Although the reviews are commissioned and Microbiology Spectrum does not accept unsolicited articles, topical idea suggestions are welcomed. Microbiology Spectrum is indexed in PubMed, Scopus, Emerging Sources Citation Index (Web of Science), CAS, AGRICOLA, and the CAB Abstracts and Global Health database.

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