Max Mergeay

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Mergeay, Max

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  1. Article › Research
  2. The Role of Trp53 in the Transcriptional Response to Ionizing Radiation in the Developing Brain

    Verheyde, J., de Saint-Georges, L., Leyns, L., Benotmane, R. & Mergeay, M., 21 Mar 2006, In : DNA Research. 13, 2, p. 65-75

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  3. Towards a more accurate annotation of tyrosine-based site-specific recombinases in bacterial genomes

    Van Houdt, R., Leplae, R., Lima-Mendez, G., Mergeay, M. & Toussaint, A., Apr 2012, In : Mobile DNA. 3, 1, p. 1-11

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  4. Toxicogenomic Response of Rhodospirillum rubrum S1H to the Micropollutant Triclosan

    Pycke, B., Vanermen, G., Monsieurs, P., De Wever, H., Mergeay, M., Verstraete, W., Leys, N., Mastroleo, F., Van Houdt, R. & Janssen, P., 2 Apr 2010, In : Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 76, 11, p. 3503-3513

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  5. Transcriptional response to ionizing radiation in lymphocyte subsets

    Benotmane, R., Mori, M., Ilaria, T., Hooghe-Peters, E., Desaintes, C. & Mergeay, M., Jul 2005, In : Cellular and Molecular Life Science. 62(13), 2005 Jul, p. 1489-501

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  6. Transcriptomic and proteomic analyses of the pMOL30 encoded copper resistance in Cupriavidus metallidurans strain CH34

    Monchy, S., Benotmane, R., Wattiez, R., van Aelst, S., Auquier, V., Borremans, B., Mergeay, M., Taghavi, S., van der Lelie, D. & Vallaeys, T., Jun 2006, In : Microbiology. 152, Pt6, p. 1765-1776

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  7. Use of the rotating wall vessel technology to study the effect of shear stress on growth behaviour of Pseudomonas aeruginosa PA01

    Crabbé, A., De Boever, P., Van Houdt, R., Moors, H., Mergeay, M. & Cornelis, P., Aug 2008, In : Environmental Microbiology. 10, 8, p. 2098-2110

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  8. Zinc-Induced Transposition of Insertion Sequence Elements Contributes to Increased Adaptability of Cupriavidus metallidurans

    Vandecraen, J., Monsieurs, P., Mergeay, M., Leys, N., Aertsen, A. & Van Houdt, R., 23 Mar 2016, In : Frontiers in Microbiology. 7, p. 1-16 16 p., 359.

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  9. Chapter › Research › Peer-reviewed
  10. Adaptation to Xenobiotics and Toxic Compounds by Cupriavidus and Ralstonia with Special Reference to Cupriavidus metallidurans CH34 and Mobile Genetic Elements

    Mergeay, M. & Van Houdt, R., Jan 2014, Biodegradative Bacteria. How Bacteria Degrade, Survive, Adapt, and Evolve. 1 ed. Tokyo, Japan: Springer, p. 105-127

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  11. Chapter 6 : Melissa - Energy efficiency and life support in spaceflight and planetary stations

    Mergeay, M., 1 Aug 2010, We can change the weather : 100 cases of changeability. 1 ed. Brussels, Belgium: VUB - Vrije Universiteit Brussel, p. 26-27 (CROSSTALKS book; no. 4).

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