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Another battle won in the phage-host arms race: Pseudomonas phage blocks quorum sensing regulator LasR.Academic Article Why?
Engineering Phage Host-Range and Suppressing Bacterial Resistance through Phage Tail Fiber Mutagenesis.Academic Article Why?
Rothman-Denes, LuciaPerson Why?
Transposable phages, DNA reorganization and transfer.Academic Article Why?
A Phage-Assisted Continuous Selection Approach for Deep Mutational Scanning of Protein-Protein Interactions.Academic Article Why?
Insertion and replication of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa mutator phage D3112.Academic Article Why?
Interactions of Tn7 and temperate phage F116L of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.Academic Article Why?
Molecular differentiation of historic phage-type 80/81 and contemporary epidemic Staphylococcus aureus.Academic Article Why?
Portal protein diversity and phage ecology.Academic Article Why?
Cloning of restriction fragments of DNA from staphylococcal bacteriophage phi 11.Academic Article Why?
Polyadenylation and reverse transcription of bacteriophage phi 6 double-stranded RNA.Academic Article Why?
A phage-encoded inhibitor of Escherichia coli DNA replication targets the DNA polymerase clamp loader.Academic Article Why?
Phage N4 RNA polymerase II recruitment to DNA by a single-stranded DNA-binding protein.Academic Article Why?
The p lambda CM system: phage immunity-specific incompatibility with IncP-1 plasmids.Academic Article Why?
The phage Mu transpososome core: DNA requirements for assembly and function.Academic Article Why?
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