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Abstract Chemical analysis for the characterisation of micro-organisms is rapidly evolving, after the recent advent of new ionisation methods in mass spectrometry (MS): electrospray (ES) and matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionisation (MALDI). These methods allow quick characterisation of...
Abstract Because they were the largest of all viruses and could be visualised with a light microscope, the poxviruses were the first viruses to be intensively studied in the laboratory. It was clear from an early date that they caused important diseases of humans and their domestic animals, such...
Abstract The life cycle of the aquatic bacterium Caulobacter crescentus includes an asymmetric cell division and an obligate cell differentiation. Each cell division gives rise to a motile but replication inert swarmer cell and a sessile, replication competent stalked cell. While the stalked...
Abstract Sulfonates and sulfate esters are widespread in nature, and make up over 95% of the sulfur content of most aerobic soils. Many microorganisms can use sulfonates and sulfate esters as a source of sulfur for growth, even when they are unable to metabolize the carbon skeleton of the...
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