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2008MicroRNA expression in lymphocyte development and malignancyLawrie, CH; Saunders, NJ; Soneji, S; Palazzo, S; Dunlop, HM; Cooper, CDO; Brown, PJ; Troussard, X; Mossafa, H; Enver, T; Pezzella, F; Boultwood, J; Wainscoat, JS; Hatton, CSR
2008On the origin of trepanomatoses: A phylogenetic approachHarper, KN; Ocampo, PS; Steiner, BM; George, RW; Silverman, MS; Bolotin, S; Pillay, A; Saunders, NJ; Armelagos, GJ
2007Meningococcal genetic variation mechanisms viewed through comparative analysis of Serogroup C strain FAM18Bentley, SD; Vernikos, GS; Snyder, LAS; Churcher, C; Arrowsmith, C; Chillingworth, T; Cronin, A; Davis, PH; Holroyd, NE; Jagels, K; Maddison, M; Moule, S; Rabbinowitsch, E; Sharp, S; Unwin, L; Whitehead, S; Quail, MA; Achtman, M; Barrell, B; Saunders, NJ; Parkhill, J
2008Crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of CrgA, a LysR-type transcriptional regulator from pathogenic Neisseria meningitidis MC58Sainsbury, S; Ren, J; Saunders, NJ; Stuart, DI; Owens, RJ
2000The growing utility of microbial genome sequences (Meeting Report)Saunders, NJ; Jeffries, AC
2010The structure of a reduced form of OxyR from Neisseria meningitidisSainsbury, S; Ren, J; Nettleship, JE; Saunders, NJ; Stuart, DI; Owens, RJ
2008Structure of the cold-shock domain protein from Neisseria meningitidis reveals a strand-exchanged dimerRen, J; Nettleship, JE; Sainsbury, S; Saunders, NJ; Owens, RJ
2004Microarray genomotyping of key experimental strains of Neisseria gonorrhoeae reveals gene complement diversity and five new neisserial genes associated with minimal mobile elementsSnyder, LAS; Davies, JK; Saunders, NJ
2009The structure of CrgA from Neisseria meningitidis reveals a new octameric assembly state for LysR transcriptional regulatorsSainsbury, S; Lane, LA; Ren, J; Gilbert, RJ; Saunders, NJ; Robinson, CV; Stuart, DI; Owens, RJ
2006The majority of genes in the pathogenic Neisseria species are present in non-pathogenic Neisseria lactamica, including those designated as 'virulence genes'Snyder, LAS; Saunders, NJ