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Plant Physiology, ISSN 0032-0889, 4/2012, Volume 158, Issue 4, pp. 1833 - 1846
Brassinosteroids (BRs) are a unique class of plant steroid hormones that orchestrate myriad growth and developmental processes. Although BRs have long been... 
Pathogens | Plant diseases | Genes | Plant roots | Brassinosteroids | Biosynthesis | Plants | Hormones | Immunity | Rice | PLANTS INTERACTING WITH OTHER ORGANISMS | SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION | TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS | ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA | GENE-EXPRESSION | FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS | STRESS TOLERANCE | PLANT-GROWTH | RECEPTOR KINASES | DISEASE RESISTANCE | DELLA PROTEIN SLR1 | PLANT SCIENCES | Pythium | Salicylic Acid - metabolism | Plant Diseases - immunology | Molecular Sequence Data | Plant Diseases - microbiology | Disease Resistance - immunology | Plant Roots - drug effects | Salicylic Acid - pharmacology | Time Factors | Brassinosteroids - metabolism | Gibberellins - metabolism | Base Sequence | Oryza - microbiology | Brassinosteroids - biosynthesis | Plant Immunity - drug effects | Plant Proteins - metabolism | Oryza - immunology | Steroids, Heterocyclic - pharmacology | Brassinosteroids - pharmacology | Disease Resistance - drug effects | Up-Regulation - genetics | Oryza - drug effects | Plant Roots - microbiology | Up-Regulation - drug effects | Plant Proteins - genetics | Gene Expression Regulation, Plant - drug effects | Signal Transduction - drug effects | Models, Biological | Plant Roots - immunology | Plant Immunity - immunology | Infection | Instrument industry | Health aspects | Steroid hormones | Steroids | Index Medicus
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by Shoshi Kikuchi and Kouji Satoh and Toshifumi Nagata and Nobuyuki Kawagashira and Koji Doi and Naoki Kishimoto and Junshi Yazaki and Masahiro Ishikawa and Hitomi Yamada and Hisako Ooka and Isamu Hotta and Keiichi Kojima and Takahiro Namiki and Eisuke Ohneda and Wataru Yahagi and Kohji Suzuki and Chao Jie Li and Kenji Ohtsuki and Toru Shishiki and Yasuhiro Otomo and Kazuo Murakami and Yoshiharu Lida and Sumio Sugano and Tatsuto Fujimura and Yutaka Suzuki and Yuki Tsunoda and Takashi Kurosaki and Takeko Kodama and Hiromi Masuda and Michie Kobayashi and Quihong Xie and Min Lu and Ryuya Narikawa and Akio Sugiyama and Kouichi Mizuno and Satoko Yokomizo and Junko Niikura and Rieko Ikeda and Junya Ishibiki and Midori Kawamata and Akemi Yoshimura and Junichirou Miura and Takahiro Kusumegi and Mitsuru Oka and Risa Ryu and Mariko Ueda and Kenichi Matsubara and Jun Kawai and Piero Carninci and Jun Adachi and Katsunori Aizawa and Takahiro Arakawa and Shiro Fukuda and Ayako Hara and Wataru Hashidume and Wataru Hashizume and Norihito Hayatsu and Koichi Imotani and Yoshiki Ishii and Yoshiyuki Ishii and Masayoshi Itoh and Ikuko Kagawa and Shinji Kondo and Hedeaki Konno and Hideaki Konno and Ai Miyazaki and Naoki Osato and Yoshimi Ota and Rintaro Saito and Daisuke Sasaki and Kenjiro Sato and Kazuhiro Shibata and Akira Shinagawa and Toshiyuki Shiraki and Masayasu Yoshino and Yoshihide Hayashizaki and Ayako Yasunishi and Fdn Adv Int Sci Genome Sequencing and RIKEN and Rice Full-length cDNA Consortium and Natl Inst Agrobological Sci and Foundation of Advancement of International Science Genome Sequencing & Analysis Group and National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences Rice Full-Length cDNA Project Team and Rice Full-Length cDNA Consortium
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 7/2003, Volume 301, Issue 5631, pp. 376 - 379
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by Ubukata, Kimiko and Morozumi, Miyuki and Sakuma, Megumi and Adachi, Yoko and Mokuno, Eriko and Tajima, Takeshi and Iwata, Satoshi and Inagaki, Mitsuaki and Inagaki, Mikiya and Kamakazu, Kiyoaki and Atago, Yoshihiro and Kakurai, Shinichi and Iwamoto, Junichi and Usui, Shinji and Ooyama, Seizou and Sugano, Sumio and Kuroda, Hisashi and Kamide, Michihiro and Kamide, Yousuke and Murakawa, Yasuko and Kaieda, Satoru and Kawaziri, Ippei and Kawai, Akimitsu and Kikuchi, Yasutake and Sawaki, Seiji and Kyou, Koujin and Kimura, Yutaka and Kimura, Yasuko and Kimura, Osamu and Kimura, Shigeru and Sashiyou, Hideyuki and Yoneya, Hirohide and Kosaka, Kazumi and Komeda, Mototane and Kobayashi, Katsuhiko and Sakaida, Yudzuru and Sawada, Shoichi and Satoh, Mutsumi and Satoh, Masami and Satoh, Tatsuaki and Shimizu, Toshiaki and Shimada, Jun and Hori, Yasutaka and Sugita, Rinya and Sugita, Yoshinobu and Uchizono, Akihiro and Soeda, Kazuhiro and Tabuchi, Tomizou and Matsuoka, Chiharu and Suzuki, Chiaki and Chiba, Hideki and Tsuboi, Yasuhiro and Tomiyama, Michio and Nakano, Kouji and Nakazawa, Tsutomu and Fukumoto, Akiko and Fukumoto, Akira and Nagura, Mitsuyoshi and Nagayama, Ikuo and Nakamura, Katsuhiko and Noguchi, Kenji and Shiiba, Kyoko and Nogami, Kenichirou and Matsuda, Hideki and Shiba, Emiko and Hirabayashi, Keishi and Hiyoshi, Masaaki and Yamagishi, Shigeo and Ozu, Chika and Maruyama, Jun and Matsubara, Shigenori and Suetake, Mitsuko and Miyashita, Motoaki and Mogami, Akira and Yamaguchi, Mikio and Yamaoka, Hideyuki and Yuta, Atsushi and Yoshikawa, Takuma and Toyofuku, Meiwa and Mori, Sachiko and AOM Surveillance Study Grp and AOM Surveillance Study Group
Journal of Infection and Chemotherapy, ISSN 1341-321X, 09/2019, Volume 25, Issue 9, pp. 720 - 726
Acute otitis media (AOM) occurs commonly in pediatric populations. We examined resistance genotype, antibiotic susceptibility, quinolone (QL) resistance, and... 
Quinolone resistance | Multilocus sequence typing | Acute otitis media | Genotypic resistance | gBLNAR | Haemophilus influenzae | BETA-LACTAM RESISTANCE | MIDDLE-EAR FLUID | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | DRUG-RESISTANCE | CHILDREN | REAL-TIME PCR | STREPTOCOCCUS-PNEUMONIAE | TEBIPENEM | PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY | IN-VITRO ACTIVITY | TYMPANOSTOMY TUBES | BIOFILM FORMATION | Index Medicus
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Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 03/2014, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp. 3492 - 3492
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 05/2013, Volume 8, Issue 5, pp. e62795 - e62795
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