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2019Conformational and dynamic plasticity in substrate-binding proteins underlies selective transport in ABC importersDe Boer, M.; Gouridis, G.; Vietrov, R.; Begg, S.; Schuurman-Wolters, G.; Husada, F.; Eleftheriadis, N.; Poolman, B.; McDevitt, C.; Cordes, T.
2019Design, synthesis and evaluation of a series of 5-methoxy-2,3-naphthalimide derivatives as AcrB inhibitors for the reversal of bacterial resistanceJin, C.; Alenazy, R.; Wang, Y.; Mowla, R.; Qin, Y.; Tan, J.; Modi, N.; Gu, X.; Polyak, S.; Venter, H.; Ma, S.
2019The structure and activity of the glutathione reductase from Streptococcus pneumoniaSikanyika, M.; Aragão, D.; McDevitt, C.; Maher, M.
2019The role of metal ions in the virulence and viability of bacterial pathogensBegg, S.
2019Characterizing transcriptional interference between converging genes in bacteriaHoffmann, S.; Hao, N.; Shearwin, K.; Arndt, K.
2019Tripeptide analogues of MG132 as protease inhibitorsPehere, A.D.; Nguyen, S.; Garlick, S.K.; Wilson, D.W.; Hudson, I.; Sykes, M.J.; Morton, J.D.; Abell, A.D.
2019Tissue and nitrogen-linked expression profiles of ammonium and nitrate transporters in maizeDechorgnat, J.; Francis, K.L.; Dhugga, K.S.; Rafalski, J.A.; Tyerman, S.D.; Kaiser, B.N.
2019RNA polymerase pausing at a protein roadblock can enhance transcriptional interference by promoter occlusionHao, N.; Crooks, M.; Palmer, A.; Dodd, I.; Shearwin, K.
2019Two new piperazine-triones from a marine-derived Streptomycetes sp. strain SMS636Han, J.; Lin, R.; Xu, X.; Polyak, S.; Song, F.
2019Computational modeling of bone cells and their biomechanical behaviors in responses to mechanical stimuliWang, L.; Dong, J.; Xian, C.
2019Mammary-specific ablation of Cyp24a1 inhibits development, reduces proliferation and increases sensitivity to vitamin DSheng, L.; Turner, A.G.; Barratt, K.; Kremer, R.; Morris, H.; Callen, D.; Anderson, P.; Tarulli, G.
2019Introgressive hybridisation between two widespread sharks in the east Pacific regionPazmiño, D.; van Herderden, L.; Simpfendorfer, C.; Junge, C.; Donnellan, S.; Hoyos-Padilla, E.; Duffy, C.; Huveneers, C.; Gillanders, B.; Butcher, P.; Maes, G.
2019An environmental cleaning bundle and health-care-associated infections in hospitals (REACH): a multicentre, randomised trialMitchell, B.; Hall, L.; White, N.; Barnett, A.; Halton, K.; Paterson, D.; Riley, T.; Gardner, A.; Page, K.; Farrington, A.; Gericke, C.; Graves, N.
2019Phosphorylation and signal transduction pathways in translational controlProud, C.
2019Purification and functional analysis of plant long noncoding RNAs (lncRNA)Do, T.; Qu, Z.; Searle, I.
2019Dissecting the gene expression, localization, membrane topology, and function of the plasmodium falciparum STEVOR protein familyWichers, J.; Scholz, J.; Strauss, J.; Witt, S.; Lill, A.; Ehnold, L.; Neupert, N.; Liffner, B.; Lühken, R.; Petter, M.; Lorenzen, S.; Wilson, D.; Löw, C.; Lavazec, C.; Bruchhaus, I.; Tannich, E.; Gilberger, T.; Bachmann, A.
2019Targets of complement-fixing antibodies in protective immunity against malaria in childrenReiling, L.; Boyle, M.; White, M.; Wilson, D.; Feng, G.; Weaver, R.; Opi, D.; Persson, K.; Richards, J.; Siba, P.; Fowkes, F.; Takashima, E.; Tsuboi, T.; Mueller, I.; Beeson, J.
2019Two new spiro-heterocyclic γ-lactams from a marine-derived Aspergillus fumigatus strain CUGBMF170049Xu, X.; Han, J.; Wang, Y.; Lin, R.; Yang, H.; Li, J.; Wei, S.; Polyak, S.; Song, F.
2019Identification of novel Acinetobacter baumannii host fatty acid stress adaptation strategiesJiang, J.; Hassan, K.; Begg, S.; Rupasinghe, T.; Naidu, V.; Pederick, V.G.; Khorvash, M.; Whittall, J.J.; Paton, J.C.; Paulsen, I.; McDevitt, C.; Peleg, A.; Eijkelkamp, B.A.
2019Combining random microseed matrix screening and the magic triangle for the efficient structure solution of a potential lysin from bacteriophage P68Truong, J.Q.; Panjikar, S.; Shearwin-Whyatt, L.; Bruning, J.B.; Shearwin, K.E.