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AbstractThe initiation of replication is the central event in the bacterial cell cycle. Cells control the rate of DNA synthesis by modulating the frequency with which new chains are initiated, like all macromolecular synthesis. The end of the replication cycle provides a checkpoint that must be...
AbstractThe last few decades have seen a steady increase in the global production and utilisation of the alkenylbenzene, styrene. The compound is of major importance in the petrochemical and polymer-processing industries, which can contribute to the pollution of natural resources via the release...
AbstractThe threat of heavy metal pollution to public health and wildlife has led to an increased interest in developing systems that can remove or neutralise its toxic effects in soil, sediments and wastewater. Unlike organic contaminants, which can be degraded to harmless chemical species,...
AbstractThe extension of 13C-nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) techniques to study cellular metabolism over recent years has provided valuable data supporting the occurrence, diversity and extent of carbon cycling in the carbohydrate metabolism of micro-organisms. The occurrence of such cycles,...
AbstractIn recent years there has been significant progress in the development of attenuated Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi strains as candidate typhoid fever vaccines. In clinical trials these vaccines have been shown to be well tolerated and immunogenic. For example, the attenuated S....
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