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01/2015

Role of bacterial chemoreceptors in the perception of compounds released in plant wounds - Molecular Plant Pathology

Characterization of a pathogenicity-related protein that regulates in planta growth in the rice blast fungus - Nucleic Acids Research

What steps in metagenomic sample preparation lead to quantitative biases in the result? - Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry

12/2014

Infectious diseases are important threats for the socioeconomic welfare of the humanity - Molecular Biology and Evolution

Accessory proteins in clathrin-coated vesicle formation - Plant Cell

Which are the molecular bases associated with stress tolerance in autopolyploid plants? - Plant Cell and Environment

11/2014

What data do you need today? - Journal of Biomedical Semantics

10/2014

How science and medicine are affecting the Web - Web Science

Plant Specific Proteins Mediate Chromatin-Dependent Repression of the Arabidopsis Master Genes of Flowering - The Plant Cell

09/2014

How plants erase the memory of winter - Nature

Plant peptidases and their inhibitors: an evolutionary history - BMC Genomics

Executing SADI services in Galaxy - J. Biomed. Semantics.

07/2014

vertical transmission selects for reduced virulence in a plant virus and for increased resistance in the host - PLoS Pathogens.

C1A cysteine protease-cystatin interaction in leaf senescence - Journal of Experimental Botany.

Challenges to develop nitrogen-fixing cereals by direct nif-gene transfer - Plant Science.

Two homeodomain transcription factors activate expression of epidermis-specific genes, antagonizing DELLA protein function to coordinate embryo growth during seed germination - The Plant Cell.

Light regulates virulence in the plant pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv tomato DC3000 - Environmental Microbiology.

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