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2022

Kolter, Roberto and Balaban, Nathalie and Julou, Thomas. (2022) Bacteria grow swiftly and live thriftily. Current Biology, 32 (12). R599-R605.

Sobota, Malgorzata and Rodilla Ramirez, Pilar Natalia and Cambré, Alexander and Rocker, Andrea and Mortier, Julien and Gervais, Théo and Haas, Tiphaine and Cornillet, Delphine and Chauvin, Dany and Hug, Isabelle and Julou, Thomas and Aertsen, Abram and Diard, Médéric. (2022) The expression of virulence genes increases membrane permeability and sensitivity to envelope stress in Salmonella Typhimurium. PLoS Biology, 20 (4). e3001608.

5 August 2020

Witz, Guillaume and Julou, Thomas and an Nimwegen, Erik. (2020) Response to comment on textquoteleftInitiation of chromosome replication controls both division and replication cycles in E. coli through a double-adder mechanismtextquoteright.

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