Ruth Hall
Ruth Hall
Professor of Microbiology The University of Sydney
Verified email at sydney.edu.au
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A novel family of potentially mobile DNA elements encoding site‐specific gene‐integration functions: integrons
HW Stokes, RM Hall
Molecular microbiology 3 (12), 1669-1683, 1989
10821989
Mobile gene cassettes and integrons: capture and spread of genes by site‐specific recombination
RM Hall, CM Collis
Molecular microbiology 15 (4), 593-600, 1995
9701995
Gene cassettes: a new class of mobile element
GD Recchia, RM Hall
Microbiology 141 (12), 3015-3027, 1995
7911995
Transposon Tn21, flagship of the floating genome
CA Liebert, RM Hall, AO Summers
Microbiol. Mol. Biol. Rev. 63 (3), 507-522, 1999
6521999
Expression of antibiotic resistance genes in the integrated cassettes of integrons.
CM Collis, RM Hall
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 39 (1), 155-162, 1995
5361995
Structure and function of 59‐base element recombination sites associated with mobile gene cassettes
HW Stokes, DB O'gorman, GD Recchia, M Parsekhian, RM Hall
Molecular microbiology 26 (4), 731-745, 1997
3541997
Site‐specific insertion of genes into integrons: role of the 59‐base element and determination of the recombination cross‐over point
RM Hall, DE Brookes, HW Stokes
Molecular microbiology 5 (8), 1941-1959, 1991
3481991
Antibiotic resistance in gram-negative bacteria: the role of gene cassettes and integrons
RM Hall, CM Collis
Drug resistance UPDATES 1 (2), 109-119, 1998
3341998
Site-specific deletion and rearrangement of integron insert genes catalyzed by the integron DNA integrase.
CM Collis, RM Hall
Journal of Bacteriology 174 (5), 1574-1585, 1992
2881992
Origins of the mobile gene cassettes found in integrons
GD Recchia, RM Hall
Trends in microbiology 5 (10), 389-394, 1997
2691997
Site‐specific insertion of gene cassettes into integrons
CM Collis, G Grammaticopoulos, J Briton, HW Stokes, RM Hall
Molecular microbiology 9 (1), 41-52, 1993
2541993
Mobile gene cassettes and integrons: moving antibiotic resistance genes in gram‐negative bacteria
RM Hall
Ciba Foundation Symposium 207‐Antibiotic Resistance: Origins, Evolution …, 2007
2412007
Gene cassettes from the insert region of integrons are excised as covalently closed circles
CM Collis, RM Hall
Molecular microbiology 6 (19), 2875-2885, 1992
2391992
Integrons: novel DNA elements which capture genes by site-specific recombination
RM Hall, HW Stokes
Genetica 90 (2-3), 115-132, 1993
2381993
The integrons In0, In2, and In5 are defective transposon derivatives.
HJ Brown, HW Stokes, RM Hall
Journal of Bacteriology 178 (15), 4429-4437, 1996
2151996
The genomic island SGI1, containing the multiple antibiotic resistance region of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium DT104 or variants of it, is widely distributed in other …
RS Levings, D Lightfoot, SR Partridge, RM Hall, SP Djordjevic
Journal of bacteriology 187 (13), 4401-4409, 2005
2022005
Mobile gene cassettes and integrons in evolution
RM Hall, CM Collis, MIJ KIM, SR Partridge, GD Recchia, HW Stokes
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 870 (1), 68-80, 1999
2011999
Nucleotide sequence of the AAD (2′) aminoglycoside adenylyltransferase determinant aadB. Evolutionary relationship of this region with those surrounding aadA in R538-1 and …
FH Cameron, DJ Groot Obbink, VP Ackerman, RM Hall
Nucleic acids research 14 (21), 8625-8635, 1986
1931986
Transposons Tn1696 and Tn21and their integrons In4 and In2 have independent origins
SR Partridge, HJ Brown, HW Stokes, RM Hall
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 45 (4), 1263-1270, 2001
1892001
Characterization of the class 3 integron and the site-specific recombination system it determines
CM Collis, MJ Kim, SR Partridge, HW Stokes, RM Hall
Journal of bacteriology 184 (11), 3017-3026, 2002
1802002
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