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Strategies and approaches in plasmidome studies, uncovering plasmid diversity disregarding of linear elements?
The term plasmid was originally coined for circular, extrachromosomal genetic elements. Today, plasmids are widely recognised not only as important factors facilitating genome restructuring but also as vehicles for the ...
Plasmids in Salmonella typhi in Lima, Peru, 1987-1988: epidemiology and lack of association with severity of illness or clinical complications
(American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1992)
A prospective study was conducted to better characterize the epidemiology of plasmid-bearing strains of Salmonella typhi in an endemic area of Lima, Peru, and to determine if plasmids were associated with specific ...
Plasmid pSfr64a and the symbiotic plasmid pSfr64b of Sinorhizobium fredii GR64 control each other's conjugative transfer through quorum-sensing elements
(Academic Press Inc Elsevier Science, 2019-11)
Rhizobia are nitrogen-fixing symbionts of plants. Their genomes frequently contain large plasmids, some of which are able to perform conjugative transfer. Plasmid pSfr64a from Sinorhizobium fredii GR64 is a conjugative ...
DNA sequencing of a pathogenicity-related plasmid of an avian septicemic Escherichia coli strain
(Funpec-editoraRibeirao PretoBrasil, 2007)
Plasmid effects on Escherichia coli metabolism
(Taylor & Francis, 2000-04)
The idea that plasmids replicate within hosts at the expense of cell metabolic energy and preformed cellular blocks depicts plasmids as a kind of molecular parasites that, even when they may eventually provide plasmid- ...