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Volume 11, Issue 1, pp. 1 - , 1

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Cover: Slime molds can produce spores, but move with amoeba-like gliding motility, thus exerting features of both fungi and protists. In their vegetative state, cellular slime molds consist of single amoeboid cells, while acellular slime molds (like Physarum polycephalum) are composed of plasmodia (amorphic masses of protoplasm); slime molds feed on bacteria and other microorganisms via phagocytosis. Environmental factors can trigger differentiation into fruiting bodies for spore production and dispersal (image by Bernard Spragg (NZ) retrieved from Flickr; image modified by MIC). The cover is published under the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license. Enlarge issue cover

The cAMP-PKA signalling crosstalks with CWI and HOG-MAPK pathways in yeast cell response to osmotic and thermal stress

Fiorella Galello, Mariana Bermúdez-Moretti, María Clara Ortolá Martínez, Silvia Rossi and Paula Portela

Reviews | page 90-105 | 10.15698/mic2024.03.818 | Full text | PDF | Abstract

A cobalt concentration sensitive Btu-like system facilitates cobalamin uptake in Anabaena sp. PCC 7120

Julia Graf, Leonard Fresenborg, Hans-Michael Seitz, Rafael Pernil and Enrico Schleiff

Research Articles | page 41-56 | 10.15698/mic2024.02.814 | Full text | PDF | Abstract

Comparison of microbial communities and the profile of sulfate-reducing bacteria in patients with ulcerative colitis and their association with bowel diseases: a pilot study

Ivan Kushkevych, Kristýna Martínková, Lenka Mráková, Francesco Giudici, Simone Baldi, David Novak, Márió Gajdács, Monika Vítězová, Dani Dordevic, Amedeo Amedei and Simon K.-M. R. Rittmann

Research Articles | page 79-89 | 10.15698/mic2024.03.817 | Full text | PDF | Abstract

Predictable regulation of survival by intratumoral microbe-immune crosstalk in patients with lung adenocarcinoma

Shuo Shi, Yuwen Chu, Haiyan Liu, Lan Yu, Dejun Sun, Jialiang Yang, Geng Tian, Lei Ji, Cong Zhang and Xinxin Lu

Research Articles | page 29-40 | 10.15698/mic2024.02.813 | Full text | PDF | Abstract

Quantifying yeast lipidomics by high-performance thin-layer chromatography (HPTLC) and comparison to mass spectrometry-based shotgun lipidomics

Thorsten Meyer, Oskar Knittelfelder, Martin Smolnig and Patrick Rockenfeller

Research Articles | page 57-68 | 10.15698/mic2024.02.815 | Full text | PDF | Abstract

Replicative aging in yeast involves dynamic intron retention patterns associated with mRNA processing/export and protein ubiquitination

Jesús Gómez-Montalvo, Alvaro de Obeso Fernández del Valle, Luis Fernando De la Cruz Gutiérrez, Jose Mario Gonzalez-Meljem and Christian Quintus Scheckhuber

Research Articles | page 69-78 | 10.15698/mic2024.02.816 | Full text | PDF | Abstract

The effect of multiple sclerosis therapy on gut microbiota dysbiosis: a longitudinal prospective study

Andreea-Cristina Paraschiv, Vitalie Vacaras, Cristina Nistor, Cristiana Vacaras, Stefan Strilciuc and Dafin F Muresanu

Research Articles | page 106-115 | 10.15698/mic2024.03.819 | Full text | PDF | Abstract

The last two transmembrane helices in the APC-type FurE transporter act as an intramolecular chaperone essential for concentrative ER-exit

Yiannis Pyrris, Georgia F. Papadaki, Emmanuel Mikros and George Diallinas

Research Articles | page 1-15 | 10.15698/mic2024.01.811 | Full text | PDF | Abstract

Two TonB-dependent outer membrane transporters involved in heme uptake in Anabaena sp. PCC 7120

Julia Graf, Martin Schöpperle, Rafael Pernil and Enrico Schleiff

Research Articles | page 16-28 | 10.15698/mic2024.01.812 | Full text | PDF | Abstract

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