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Bile Salt-Stimulated Lipase from Human Milk Binds DC-SIGN and Inhibits Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Transfer to CD4^+ T Cells

Naarding, M. A. et al.

Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy. VOL 50; NUMB 10, ; 2006, 3367-3374 -- AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY (pages 3367-3374) -- 2006

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Hepatitis C Virus Targets DC-SIGN and L-SIGN To Escape Lysosomal Degradation

Ludwig, I. S. et al.

Journal of virology. VOL 78; PART 15, ; 2004, 8322-8332 -- AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY (pages 8322-8332) -- 2004

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alpha- and beta-Proteobacteria Control the Consumption and Release of Amino Acids on Lake Snow Aggregates

Schweitzer, B. Huber, I. Amann, R. Ludwig, W. Simon, M.

Applied and environmental microbiology. VOL 67; PART 2, ; 2001, 632-645 -- AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY (pages 632-645) -- 2001

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Phylogenetic Identification and In Situ Detection of Individual Microbial Cells without Cultivation

Amann, R. I.; Ludwig, W.; Schleifer, K.-H.

Microbiological reviews. VOL 59; NUMBER 1, ; 1995, 143 -- AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY Part: Part 1; -- 1995

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Sequence Determination of rRNA Genes of Pathogenic Vibrio Species and Whole-Cell Identification of Vibrio vulnificus with rRNA-Targeted Oligonucleotide Probes

Aznar, R. et al.

International journal of systematic bacteriology. VOL 44; NUMBER 2, ; 1994, 330 -- AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY Part: Part 2; -- 1994

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Interactive Regulation of Azorhizobium nifA Transcription via Overlapping Promoters

Loroch, A. I.; Nguyen, B. G.; Ludwig, R. A.

Journal of bacteriology. VOL 177; NUMBER 24, ; 1995, 7210-7221 -- AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY Part: Part 24; (pages 7210-7221) -- 1995

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Flow Cytometric Analysis of the In Situ Accessibility of Escherichia coli 16S rRNA for Fluorescently Labeled Oligonucleotide Probes

Maximilian Fuchs, B. et al.

Applied and environmental microbiology. VOL 64; NUMBER 12, ; 1998, 4973-4982 -- AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY Part: Part 12; (pages 4973-4982) -- 1998

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Identification and Expression Analyses of Putative Sesquiterpene Synthase Genes in Phormidium sp. and Prevalence of geoA-Like Genes in a Drinking Water Reservoir

Ludwig, F. et al.

Applied and environmental microbiology. VOL 73; NUMB 21, ; 2007, 6988-6993 -- AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY (pages 6988-6993) -- 2007

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Phylogenetic Analysis and In Situ Identification of Bacteria in Activated Sludge

Snaidr, J. et al.

Applied and environmental microbiology. VOL 63; NUMBER 7, ; 1997, 2884-2896 -- AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY Part: Part 7; (pages 2884-2896) -- 1997

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The Gene slyA of Salmonella typhimurium Is Required for Destruction of M Cells and Intracellular Survival but Not for Invasion or Colonization of the Murine Small Intestine

Daniels, J. J. D. et al.

Infection and immunity. VOL 64; NUMBER 12, ; 1996, 5075-5084 -- AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY Part: Part 12; (pages 5075-5084) -- 1996

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