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    YearTitleJournalAuthorsApplication(s)
    1995Photochemically initiated protein splicing.Angew.Chem.Int.Ed.Engl.Cook, S.N., Jack, W.E., Xiong, X., Danley, L.E., Ellman, J.A., Shultz, P.G., and Noren, C.J.
    1991Restriction and Modification Systems.Ann.Rev.Genet.Wilson, G.G., and Murray, N.E.
    1988IMMUNITY IN FILARIASIS: Perspectives for Vaccine Development.Ann.Rev.Microbiol.Philipp, M., Davis , T.B., Storey, N., and Carlow, C.K.S.
    1998Base Flipping.Annual Review Biochem.Roberts, R.J.and Cheng, X.
    2014Spontaneous in vitro senescence of glioma cells confirmed by an antibody against IDH1R132HAnticancer ResStoczynska-Fidelus E, Och W, Rieske P, Bienkowski M, Banaszczyk M, Winiecka-Klimek M, Zieba J, Janik K, Rosiak K, Treda C, Stawski R, Radomiak-Zaluska A, Piaskowski S
    2013Decreased vancomycin susceptibility in Staphylococcus aureus caused by IS256 tempering of WalKR expressionAntimicrob Agents ChemotherMcEvoy CR, Tsuji B, Gao W, Seemann T, Porter JL, Doig K, Ngo D, Howden BP, Stinear TP
    2015Converting a Sulfenic Acid Reductase into a Disulfide Bond IsomeraseAntioxid Redox SignalChatelle C, Kraemer S, Ren G, Chmura H, Marechal N, Boyd D, Roggemans C, Ke N, Riggs P, Bardwell J, Berkmen M
    2015Converting a Sulfenic Acid Reductase into a Disulfide Bond IsomeraseAntioxid Redox Signal.Chatelle C, Kraemer S, Ren G, Chmura H, Marechal N, Boyd D, Roggemans C, Ke N, Riggs P, Bardwell J, Berkmen M.
    2014Gene and protein sequence optimization for high-level production of fully active and aglycosylated lysostaphin in Pichia pastorisAppl Environ MicrobiolZhao H, Blazanovic K, Choi Y, Bailey-Kellogg C, Griswold KEGlycobiology
    2014The CLO3403/CLO3404 Two-Component System of Clostridium botulinum E1 Beluga Is Important for Cold Shock Response and Growth at Low TemperaturesAppl Environ MicrobiolMascher G, Derman Y, Kirk DG, Palonen E, Lindström M, Korkeala H