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Dichelobacter nodosus

 
 
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Disease relevance of Dichelobacter nodosus

 

High impact information on Dichelobacter nodosus

 

Chemical compound and disease context of Dichelobacter nodosus

 

Biological context of Dichelobacter nodosus

 

Gene context of Dichelobacter nodosus

  • Remarkably, the cloned pilA genes from nontransformable organisms like Dichelobacter nodosus and the PAK and PAO strains of P. aeruginosa fully restored pilus formation and transformability of the P. stutzeri pilA mutant (along with PO4 plating and twitching motility) [14].
  • Sequencing and expression of the aroA gene from Dichelobacter nodosus [15].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Dichelobacter nodosus

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