Browsing by Author Xu, J.-L.

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Feb-2004A bacterial cell-cell communication signal with cross-kingdom structural analoguesWang, L.-H.; He, Y.; Gao, Y.; Wu, J.E.; Dong, Y.-H.; He, C.; Wang, S.X.; Weng, L.-X.; Xu, J.-L.; Tay, L.; Fang, R.X.; Zhang, L.-H. 
Jan-2008A novel DSF-like signal from Burkholderia cenocepacia interferes with Candida albicans morphological transitionBoon, C.; Deng, Y.; Wang, L.-H.; He, Y.; Xu, J.-L.; Fan, Y.; Pan, S.Q. ; Zhang, L.-H. 
2003Acyl-homoserine lactone acylase from Ralstonia strain XJ12B represents a novel and potent class of quorum-quenching enzymesLin, Y.-H.; Xu, J.-L.; Hu, J. ; Wang, L.-H. ; Leong Ong, S. ; Renton Leadbetter, J.; Zhang, L.-H. 
1-Feb-2003Identification of the essential histidine residue for high-affinity binding of AlbA protein to albicidin antibioticsWeng, L.-X.; Xu, J.-L.; Li, Q.; Birch, R.G.; Zhang, L.-H. 
1-Mar-2012Influences of phosphorylation on Thr14/Tyr15 in CDK5 in the presence of roscovitine/ATP and HHASPRKJin, H.-X.; Zhang, B. ; Jun, Y.-X.; Xu, J.-L.; Tan, V.B.C. 
Feb-2004Insecticidal Bacillus thuringiensis Silences Erwinia carotovora Virulence by a New Form of Microbial Antagonism, Signal InterferenceDong, Y.-H.; Zhang, X.-F.; Xu, J.-L.; Zhang, L.-H. 
Nov-2003Microbial diversity and prevalence of virulent pathogens in biofilms developed in a water reclamation systemHu, J.Y. ; Fan, Y.; Lin, Y.-H.; Zhang, H.-B.; Ong, S.L. ; Dong, N.; Xu, J.-L.; Ng, W.J. ; Zhang, L.-H.
Mar-2005Molecular and conformational basis of a specific and high-affinity interaction between AlbA and albicidin phytotoxinWeng, L.-X.; Wang, L.-H.; Xu, J.-L.; Wu, J.-E.; Li, Q.; Zhang, L.-H. 
14-Jun-2001Quenching quorum-sensing-dependent bacterial infection by an N-acyl homoserine lactonaseDong, Y.-H.; Wang, L.-H. ; Xu, J.-L.; Zhang, H.-B.; Zhang, X.-F.; Zhang, L.-H. 
14-Jun-2001Quenching quorum-sensing-dependent bacterial infection by an N-acyl homoserine lactonaseDong, Y.-H.; Wang, L.-H. ; Xu, J.-L.; Zhang, H.-B.; Zhang, X.-F.; Zhang, L.-H.