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    YearTitleJournalAuthorsApplication(s)
    2010Asymmetric DNA recognition by the OkrAI endonuclease, an isoschizomer of BamHI.Nucl.Acids.Res.Vanamee, E.S., Viadiu, H., Chan, S.H., Ummat, A., Hartline, A.M., Xu, S.Y.and Aggarwal, A.K.
    2011Asymmetric DNA recognition by the OkrAI endonuclease, an isoschizomer of BamHI.Nucl.Acids.Res.Vanamee, E.S., Viadiu, H., Chan, S.H., Ummat, A., Hartline, A.M., Xu, S.Y.and Aggarwal, A.K.
    2010Asymmetric Wolbachia Segregation during Early Brugia malayi Embryogenesis Determines Its Distribution in Adult Host Tissues.PLoS Negl Trop DisLandmann, F., Slatko, B., Foster, J.M.and Sullivan, W.
    2007Authentic interdomain communication in an RNA helicase reconstituted by expressed protein ligation of two helicase domainsFEBS J. Karow, A., et al.
    2005Automated isolation techniques for microalgae, pgs.101-116 in "Algal culturing techniques"Algal culturing techniquesSieracki, M., Poulton, N., Crosbie, N.
    2007Automethylation of G9a and its implication in wider substrate specificity and HP1 binding.Nucl.Acids.Res.Chin, H.G., Esteve, P.O., Pradhan, M., Benner, J., Patnaik, D., Carey, M.F., and Pradhan, S.
    1990B CELL RESPONSES TO PARAMYOSIN.Isotypic Analysis and Epitope Mapping of Filarial Paramyosin in Patients with Onchocerciasis.J.Immunol.Steel, C., Limberger, R.J., McReynolds, L.A., Ottesen, E.A., and Nutman, T.B.
    2010Bacterial charity work leads to population-wide resistanceNatureLee, H.H., Molla, M.N., Cantor, C.R., Collina, J.J.
    2013Bacterial GenesBrenner's Encyclopedia of GeneticsRaleigh, E.A.
    2008Bacterial species exhibit diversity in their mechanisms and capacity for protein disulfide bond formation.Proc Natl Acad Sci Dutton, R.J., Boyd, D., Berkmen, M.and Beckwith, J.