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Jan-2005CandidaDB : a genome database for Candida albicans pathogenomicsd'Enfert, C; Goyard, S; Rodriguez-Arnaveilhe, S; Frangeul, L; Jones, L; Tekaia, F; Bader, O; Albrecht, A; Castillo, L; Dominguez, A; Ernst, J F; Fradin, C; Gaillardin, C; Garcia-Sanchez, S; de Groot, P; Hube, B; Klis, F M; Krishnamurthy, S; Kunze, D; Lopez, M C; Mavor, A; Martin, N; Moszer, I; Onesime, D; Martin, J P; Sentandreu, R; Valentin, E; Brown, A J P; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
17-Aug-2011Cell cycle regulation and cytoskeletal remodelling are critical processes in the nutritional programming of embryonic developmentSwali, Angelina; McMullen, Sarah; Hayes, Helen; Gambling, Lorraine; McArdle, Harry J; Langley-Evans, Simon C; University of Aberdeen, Rowett Institute of Nutrition & Health, Vascular Health; University of Aberdeen, Rowett Institute of Nutrition & Health, School Administration RINH; University of Aberdeen, Environment and Food Security
20-Dec-2012Gross karyotypic and phenotypic alterations among different progenies of the candida glabrata cbs138/atcc2001 reference strainBader, Oliver; Schwarz, Alexander; Kraneveld, Eefje A; Tangwattanchuleeporn, Marut; Schmidt, Pia; Jacobsen, Mette D; Gross, Uwe; De Groot, Piet W J; Weig, Michael; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
Nov-2009Role of the heat shock transcription factor, Hsf1, in a major fungal pathogen that is obligately associated with warm-blooded animalsNicholls, Susan; Leach, Michelle D.; Priest, Claire L.; Brown, Alistair J. P.; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
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