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  1. Genome Sequence of the Oocydin A-Producing Rhizobacterium Serratia plymuthica 4Rx5
  2. Novel pressure sensors and bioreporters in the synthetic biology era
  3. The effect of bacterial chemotaxis on host infection and pathogenicity
  4. Membrane Composition and Modifications in Response to Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Gram-Negative Bacteria
  5. Genetics of Sensing, Accessing, and Exploiting Hydrocarbons
  6. A technology for the investigation of biofilm transmission under shearing pressures
  7. Chemoreceptor-based signal sensing
  8. Metabolic Value Chemoattractants Are Preferentially Recognized at Broad Ligand Range Chemoreceptor of Pseudomonas putida KT2440
  9. Genome Sequence of Serratia marcescens MSU97, a Plant-Associated Bacterium That Makes Multiple Antibiotics
  10. Problems of Solventogenicity, Solvent Tolerance: An Introduction
  11. Identification of a Chemoreceptor in Pseudomonas aeruginosa That Specifically Mediates Chemotaxis Toward α-Ketoglutarate
  12. Genetic Dissection of the Regulatory Network Associated with High c-di-GMP Levels in Pseudomonas putida KT2440
  13. Biosynthesis of the acetyl-CoA carboxylase-inhibiting antibiotic, andrimid in Serratia is regulated by Hfq and the LysR-type transcriptional regulator, AdmX
  14. Genome Sequence of Serratia plymuthica A153, a Model Rhizobacterium for the Investigation of the Synthesis and Regulation of Haterumalides, Zeamine, and Andrimid
  15. Assessment of the contribution of chemoreceptor-based signalling to biofilm formation
  16. A Plasmid-Transposon Hybrid Mutagenesis System Effective in a Broad Range of Enterobacteria
  17. Identification of ligands for bacterial sensor proteins
  18. McpQ is a specific citrate chemoreceptor that responds preferentially to citrate/metal ion complexes
  19. Identification of a Chemoreceptor for C2and C3Carboxylic Acids
  20. Biosynthesis of the antifungal haterumalide, oocydin A, in S erratia , and its regulation by quorum sensing, RpoS and Hfq
  21. The broad-spectrum antibiotic, zeamine, kills the nematode worm Caenorhabditis elegans
  22. Viunalikeviruses are environmentally common agents of horizontal gene transfer in pathogens and biocontrol bacteria
  23. Bacteriophage ϕMAM1, a Viunalikevirus, Is a Broad-Host-Range, High-Efficiency Generalized Transducer That Infects Environmental and Clinical Isolates of the Enterobacterial Genera Serratia and Kluyvera
  24. Ethylene: Role in Plants Under Environmental Stress
  25. Metabolic potential of the organic‐solvent tolerant P seudomonas putida   DOT ‐ T1E deduced from its annotated genome
  26. Using Genomics to Unveil Bacterial Determinants of Rhizosphere Life Style
  27. Analysis of the plant growth-promoting properties encoded by the genome of the rhizobacteriumPseudomonas putida BIRD-1
  28. Complete Genome Sequence of Serratia plymuthica Bacteriophage  MAM1
  29. Bacterial Biosynthetic Gene Clusters Encoding the Anti-cancer Haterumalide Class of Molecules: BIOGENESIS OF THE BROAD SPECTRUM ANTIFUNGAL AND ANTI-OOMYCETE COMPOUND, OOCYDIN A
  30. Analysis of solvent tolerance inPseudomonas putidaDOT-T1E based on its genome sequence and a collection of mutants
  31. Role of H2O2 as Signaling Molecule in Plants
  32. Bacterial chemotaxis towards aromatic hydrocarbons in Pseudomonas
  33. The pGRT1 plasmid of Pseudomonas putida DOT-T1E encodes functions relevant for survival under harsh conditions in the environment
  34. Cyclic diguanylate turnover mediated by the sole GGDEF/EAL response regulator in Pseudomonas putida: its role in the rhizosphere and an analysis of its target processes
  35. Complete Genome of the Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacterium Pseudomonas putida BIRD-1
  36. Removal of Hydrocarbons and Other Related Chemicals via the Rhizosphere of Plants
  37. Pseudomonas putida KT2440 causes induced systemic resistance and changes in Arabidopsis root exudation
  38. Seed dormancy and ABA signaling
  39. Involvement of ethylene in seed physiology
  40. Temperature and pyoverdine-mediated iron acquisition control surface motility ofPseudomonas putida
  41. Genomic analysis reveals the major driving forces of bacterial life in the rhizosphere