A14-3    CdiA-CT is an intrinsic tRNase

A14-4    CdiA-CT and CysK form a stable complex in vitro

A14-5    Activation of CdiA-CT in E. coli cells results in growth arrest and tRNA degradation

A14-6    CysK is required for CdiA-CT-mediated growth inhibition and tRNase activity in vivo

A14-7    CysK is required for growth inhibition during CDIUPEC536

A15-1    The role of group reproduction in group adaptation

A15-2    The rise, fall, and destruction of a simple undifferentiated group

A15-3    A putative life cycle for mat-forming bacteria

A16-1    Site-specific distributions of bacterial phyla in healthy humans

A16-2    Patterns of human-associated microbial diversity

A16-3    Relationships between bacterial 16S rRNA gene sequences from the intestinal microbiota of animals

A16-4    Adaptive landscapes

A17-1    Heat map displaying the relative abundance of refOTUs in three prominent clades of bacteria

A17-2    Three measures of biological diversity for samples

A17-3    PCoA of unweighted UniFrac distances, a phylogenetically aware measure of intersample (β) diversity

A17-4    Distance-based redundancy analysis of Bray–Curtis intersample distances calculated with log2-transformed abundance data

A19-1    Chemical structures of bacterial and host signals

A19-2    Mammalian signalling through membrane receptors

A19-3    Adrenergic sensing in enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli

A19-4    AHL inter-kingdom signalling

A20-1    D. discoideum fruiting bodies on an agar plate

A20-2    Colony cycles of D. discoideum

A20-3    In the social stage, clones may take advantage of their partner in three different ways

A20-4    Conflict is manifested in chimeras in the form of shorter stalk lengths, shorter migration distances, and unequal spore/stalk ratios

A20-5    Cheating can be controlled in the social stage if fruiting bodies are clonal, as might happen if they arise from different patches

A21-1    The chemical structures of known luciferins

A21-2    The bacterial bioluminescence reaction

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