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Title The lure of bacterial genetics : a tribute to John Roth / edited by Stanley Maloy, Kelly T. Hughes, Josep Casadesús.
Imprint Washington, DC : ASM Press, ©2011.

Subject Roth, John R., 1939-
Bacterial genetics.
Bacteria -- genetics.
Bacterial Physiological Phenomena -- genetics.
DNA, Bacterial.
Gene Expression Regulation.
RNA, Bacterial.
Alt Name Roth, John R., 1939-
Maloy, Stanley R.,
Hughes, Kelly Thomas,
Casadesús, Josep, 1951-
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 362 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The Lure of bacterial genetics -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: John Roth's paths and pathways / Kelly T. Hughes and Stanley Maloy -- Chapter 2: Giving a seminar: suggestions for graduate students / John Roth -- Chapter 3: Phage and bacterial genetics at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory / Stanley Maloy and Kelly T. Hughes -- Chapter 4: Reflections of a beer auxotroph / Thomas J. Silhavy -- II Gene expression and genetic regulation -- Chapter 5: The biotin operon of Escherichia coli / Allan Campbell and Alice del Campillo-Campbell -- Chapter 6: Why galactose? The early curiosities and the consequences / Sankar Adhya -- Chapter 7: Control of gene expression by compartmentalization: the put operon / Stanley Maloy -- Chapter 8: Genetics of the heme pathway and its regulation / Thomas Elliott -- Chapter 9: Regulation of NAD(P) metabolism in salmonella / Julianne House Grose -- Chapter 10: Ethanolamine utilization in salmonella / David Roof and David Sheppard -- Chapter 11: Fishing for fluke: the genetics of flk and the flagellar type 3 secretion specificity switch / Kelly T. Hughes -- III tRNA and suppressors -- Chapter 12: Souvenirs from my genetic initiation / Lionello Bossi -- Chapter 13: Complementary studies in the histidine operon and on frameshifting: a compliment to what Roth has wrought / John F. Atkins -- Chapter 14: Adventures with frameshift suppressor tRNAs / Glenn R. Björk -- IV Physiology and metabolism -- Chapter 15: Microbial channels: forbidden fruit from missense rather than nonsense / Ian R. Booth -- Chapter 16: Of bacteria and bile / Josep Casadeséus, Sara B. Hernéandez, Ignacio Cota, and Francisco Ramos-Morales -- Chapter 17: Swarming adventures / Rasika M. Harshey -- Chapter 18: Using genetic approaches to delineate the pathway of contact-dependent growth inhibition / Stephanie K. Aoki and David A. Low -- Chapter 19: Covert operations: the adaptable plan of attack deployed by pathogenic bacteria / Michael J. Mahan, Robert L. Sinsheimer, William R. Shimp, and Douglas M. Heithoff -- Chapter 50: Phenotypic variation and gene regulation in the pathogenesis of salmonella infection / Brad T. Cookson -- Genes, Chromosomes and rearrangements -- Chapter 21. DNA methylation and mismatch repair / Martin G. Marinus -- Chapter 22: Salmonella genetics / Kenneth E. Sanderson -- Chapter 23: Finding inversions / Molly Schmid -- Chapter 24: Barriers to the formation of inversion rearrangements in salmonella / Lynn Miesel -- Chapter 25: Adventures with mutation and selection in beehive and cow country / Diarmaid Hughes and Dan I. Andersson -- VI Genomes and evolution -- Chapter 26. From genetics to genomics / Garret Suen, Frank O. Aylward, Steven C. Slater, and Barry S. Goldman -- Chapter 27: Baltimore and beyond: from gene action to the postgenomic era / Robert A. LaRossa -- Chapter 28: Three histories of competence and transformation / Rosemary J. Redfield -- Chapter 29: A plethora of putative phages and prophages / Sherwood R. Casjens -- Chapter 30: Impact of horizontal genetic transfer on the evolution of bacterial genomes / Jeffrey G. Lawrence -- Chapter 31: Germ line DNA parasites that have converged on an altruistic somatic excision strategy / Glenn Herrick.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781555816810 (electronic bk.)
1555816819 (electronic bk.)
9781555815387 (hardcover)
1555815383 (hardcover)
ISBN/ISSN 9786613034403
OCLC # 710888833
Additional Format Print version: Lure of bacterial genetics. Washington, DC : ASM Press, ©2011 9781555815387 (DLC) 2010029291 (OCoLC)648080310


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