1. Jensen, R. A. and W. Gu 1996. Evolutionary recruitment of biochemically specialized subdivisions of Family I within the protein superfamily of aminotransferases. J Bacteriol 178:2161-71 [PDF]

  2. Gu, W., D. S. Williams, H. C. Aldrich, G. Xie, D. W. Gabriel, and R. A. Jensen. 1997. The aroQ and pheA domains of the bifunctional P-protein from Xanthomonas campestris in a context of genomic comparison. Microb Comp Genomics 2:141-58. [ABSTRACT][PDF]

  3. Subramaniam, P. S., G. Xie, T. Xia, and R. A. Jensen. 1998. Substrate ambiguity of 3-deoxy-D-manno-octulosonate 8-phosphate synthase from Neisseria gonorrhoeae in the context of its membership in a protein family containing a subset of 3-deoxy-D-arabino-heptulosonate 7-phosphate synthases. J Bacteriol 180:119-27. [HTML][PDF]

  4. Xie, G., C. A. Bonner, and R. A. Jensen. 1999. A probable mixed-function supraoperon in Pseudomonas exhibits gene organization features of both intergenomic conservation and gene shuffling. J Mol Evol 49:108-21. [ABSTRACT][PDF][Erratum][Notes]

  5. Xie, G., T. S. Brettin, C. A. Bonner, and R. A. Jensen. 1999. Mixed-function supraoperons that exhibit overall conservation, albeit shuffled gene organization, across wide intergenomic distances within eubacteria. Microb Comp Genomics 4:5-28. [ABSTRACT][PDF][Notes]

  6. Calhoun, D. H., C. A. Bonner, W. Gu, G. Xie, and R. A. Jensen. 2001. The emerging periplasm-localized subclass of AroQ chorismate mutases, exemplified by those from Salmonella typhimurium and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Genome Biol 2:RESEARCH0030. [HTML][PDF]

  7. Gosset, G., C. A. Bonner, and R. A. Jensen. 2001. Microbial origin of plant-type 2-keto-3-deoxy-D-arabino-heptulosonate 7-phosphate synthases, exemplified by the chorismate- and tryptophan-regulated enzyme from Xanthomonas campestris. J Bacteriol 183:4061-70. [HTML][PDF]

  8. Jensen, R. A., G. Xie, D. H. Calhoun, and C. A. Bonner. 2002. The correct phylogenetic relationship of KdsA (3-Deoxy-D-manno-octulosonate 8-phosphate synthase) with one of two independently evolved classes of AroA (3-deoxy-D-arabino-heptulosonate 7-phosphate synthase), J. Mol. Evol. 54:416-423. [PDF]

  9. Xie, G., C. Forst, C. Bonner, and R. A. Jensen. 2002. Significance of two distinct types of tryptophan synthase beta chain in Bacteria, Archaea and higher plants. Genome Biol 3:RESEARCH0004. [HTML][PDF][Replacement for Fig. 6]

  10. Xie, G., N. O. Keyhani, C. A. Bonner, and R. A. Jensen. 2003. Ancient origin of the tryptophan operon and the dynamics of evolutionary change. Microbiol Mol Biol Rev 67:303-42, table of contents. [HTML][PDF][Replacement for Fig. 10]

  11. Xie, G., C. A. Bonner, J. Song, N. O. Keyhani, and R. A. Jensen. 2004. Inter-genomic displacement via lateral gene transfer of bacterial trp operons in an overall context of vertical genealogy. BMC Biol 2:15. [HTML][PDF]

  12. Song, J., C. Bonner, M. Wolinsky, and R. A. Jensen. 2005. The TyrA family of aromatic-pathway dehydrogenases in phylogenetic context. BMC Biology 3:13. [HTML][PDF][Table of Contents][Replacement for Fig. 2]

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