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- A predictive model for transcriptional control of physiology in a free living cell.
- A transcription factor links growth rate and metabolism in the hypersaline adapted archaeon Halobacterium salinarum.
- A transcription network of interlocking positive feedback loops maintains intracellular iron balance in archaea.
- AglJ adds the first sugar of the N-linked pentasaccharide decorating the Haloferax volcanii S-layer glycoprotein.
- Different routes to the same ending: comparing the N-glycosylation processes of Haloferax volcanii and Haloarcula marismortui, two halophilic archaea from the Dead Sea.
- Dynamic Metabolite Profiling in an Archaeon Connects Transcriptional Regulation to Metabolic Consequences.
- Gene Expression of Haloferax volcanii on Intermediate and Abundant Sources of Fixed Nitrogen.
- Global Transcriptional Programs in Archaea Share Features with the Eukaryotic Environmental Stress Response.
- GlpR Is a Direct Transcriptional Repressor of Fructose Metabolic Genes in Haloferax volcanii.
- Growth-Phase-Specific Modulation of Cell Morphology and Gene Expression by an Archaeal Histone Protein.
- Protein-DNA binding dynamics predict transcriptional response to nutrients in archaea.
- Structural and transcriptional analyses of a purine nucleotide-binding protein from Pyrococcus furiosus: a component of a novel, membrane-bound multiprotein complex unique to this hyperthermophilic archaeon.
- The RosR transcription factor is required for gene expression dynamics in response to extreme oxidative stress in a hypersaline-adapted archaeon.
- Transcriptional Regulation in Archaea: From Individual Genes to Global Regulatory Networks.
- Two transcription factors are necessary for iron homeostasis in a salt-dwelling archaeon.
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