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    Publisher: Asian Network for Scientific Information
   
  Current Research in Bacteriology is a high quality peer-reviewed scientific journal dedicated to publish cutting edge research work on all aspects of bacteriology. Scope of the journal covers: Genetics and molecular biology, structure and function, enzymes and proteins, physiology and metabolism, cell surfaces, pathogenic bacteria, bacterial toxins, bacterial diseases, plant microbiology, bacteria as biological control agents, plasmids and transposons, bacteriophages, eukaryotic cells, population genetics and evaluation.

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  Editor-in-Chief:  Gabriel Olaniran Adegoke
 
 
Alkhoury, F., M.S. Malo, P. Pushpakaran, W. Zhang and E. Fleming et al., 2004. Gene regulation by endogenous thyroid hormone receptors in intestinal epithelial cells. J. Am. College Surgeons, 199: 1-10.
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Malo, M.S., M. Abedrapo, A. Chen, M. Mozumder and P. Pushpakaran et al., 2003. Improved eukaryotic promoter-detection vector carrying two luciferase reporter genes. Biotechniques, 35: 1150-1152, 1154.
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Malo, M.S., P. Pushpakaran and R.A. Hodin, 2005. A swinging cradle model for in vitro classification of different types of response elements of a nuclear receptor. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 337: 490-497.
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Malo, M.S., W. Zhang, F. Alkhoury, P. Pushpakaran and M.A. Abedrapo et al., 2004. Thyroid hormone positively regulates the enterocyte differentiation marker intestinal alkaline phosphatase gene via an atypical response element. Mol. Endocrinol., 18: 1941-1962.
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Pushpakaran, P., M.S. Malo, G. Mostafa, M. Mozumder and R.A. Hodin, 2005. Convergence of the thyroid hormone and vitamin D pathways with respect to enterocyte differentiation. Gasteroenterology, 128: P1-P326.
Pushpakaran, P., S. Srivastava, S.K. Jain, B.S. Srivastava and R. Srivastava, 2003. Protection by live Mycobacterium habana vaccine against Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv challenge in mice. Indian J. Med. Res., 117: 139-145.
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