No Title Author Volume Page
1 Turkey Fecal Microbial Community Structure and Functional Gene Diversity Revealed by 16S rRNA Gene and Metagenomic Sequences Jingrang Lu and Jorge Santo Domingo* vol.46,No.5,2008 469-477
2 The Identification of CTX-M-14, TEM-52, and CMY-1 Enzymes in Escherichia coli Isolated from the Han River in Korea Jungmin Kim1*, Hee Young Kang1, and Yeonhee Lee2 vol.46,No.5,2008 478-481
3 Isolation and Molecular Characterization of Xylella fastidiosa from Coffee Plants in Costa Rica Mauricio Montero-Astua1, Carlos Chacon-Diaz1,2, Estela Aguilar1, Carlos Mario Rodriguez3, Laura Garita1, William Villalobos1, Lisela Moreira1,4, John S. Hartung5*, and Carmen Rivera1,2 vol.46,No.5,2008 482-490
4 Bacterial, Archaeal, and Eukaryal Diversity in the Intestines of Korean People Young-Do Nam1,2, Ho-Won Chang1, Kyoung-Ho Kim1, Seong Woon Roh1,2, Min-Soo Kim1,2, Mi-Ja Jung1, Si-Woo Lee3, Jong-Yeol Kim3, Jung-Hoon Yoon1, and Jin-Woo Bae1,2,4* vol.46,No.5,2008 491-501
5 Generation of Infectious Transcripts from Korean Strain and Mild Mottle Strain of Potato Virus X Sun Hee Choi and Ki Hyun Ryu* vol.46,No.5,2008 502-507
6 Ponticoccus gilvus gen. nov., sp. nov., a Novel Member of the Family Propionibacteriaceae from Seawater Dong Wan Lee1 and Soon Dong Lee1,2* vol.46,No.5,2008 508-512
7 Taxonomic Revision of the Nematode-Trapping Fungus Arthrobotrys multisecundaria Juan Li, Jinkui Yang, Lianming Liang, and Ke-Qin Zhang* vol.46,No.5,2008 513-518
8 Lysobacter daecheongensis sp. nov., Isolated from Sediment of Stream Near the Daechung Dam in South Korea Leonid N. Ten1, Hae-Min Jung2, Wan-Taek Im2*, Soon-Ae Yoo1, and Sung-Taik Lee2 vol.46,No.5,2008 519-524
9 Luteimonas aestuarii sp. nov., Isolated from Tidal Flat Sediment Seong Woon Roh1,2, Kyoung-Ho Kim2, Young-Do Nam1,2, Ho-Won Chang2, Min-Soo Kim1,2, Jung-Hoon Yoon2, Hee-Mock Oh2, and Jin-Woo Bae1,2,3* vol.46,No.5,2008 525-529
10 Paenibacillus camelliae sp. nov., Isolated from Fermented Leaves of Camellia sinensis Hyun-Woo Oh1, Byung-Chun Kim1, Kang Hyun Lee1, Do Young Kim1, Doo-Sang Park1, Hee-Moon Park2, and Kyung Sook Bae1* vol.46,No.5,2008 530-534
11 Characterization of Exopolysaccharide (EPS) Produced by Weissella hellenica SKkimchi3 Isolated from Kimchi Min Ju Kim, Ha Na Seo, Tae Sik Hwang, Sung Hun Lee, and Doo Hyun Park* vol.46,No.5,2008 535-541
12 Genome-Wide Transcriptional Responses to Sulfite in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Hoon Park* and Yoon-Sun Hwan vol.46,No.5,2008 542-548
13 Genetic Diversity and Structure of Cordyceps sinensis Populations from Extensive Geographical Regions in China as Revealed by Inter-Simple Sequence Repeat Markers Hong-Hui Liang1, Zhou Cheng1*, Xiao-Ling Yang1, Shan Li1, Zu-Quan Ding1, Tong-Shui Zhou2, Wen-Ju Zhang2, and Jia-Kuan Chen2 vol.46,No.5,2008 549-556
14 DNA Microarray-Based Global Transcriptional Profiling of Yersinia pestis in Multicellularity Jingfu Qiu, Zhaobiao Guo, Haihong Liu, Dongsheng Zhou, Yanping Han, and Ruifu Yang* vol.46,No.5,2008 557-563
15 DNA Adenine Methylation of sams1 Gene in Symbiont-Bearing Amoeba proteus Taeck J. Jeon vol.46,No.5,2008 564-570
16 Molecular Cloning and Characterization of a Single-Chain Variable Fragment Antibody Specific for Benzoylecgonine Expressed in Escherichia coli Kenichiro Mori1 and Youn Uck Kim2* vol.46,No.5,2008 571-578
17 Induction of IL-8 in Periodontal Ligament Cells by H2O2 Yang-Sin Lee1, Eun Jung Bak1, Minyoung Kim1,2, Wonse Park3, Jeong Taeg Seo1,2, and Yun-Jung Yoo1,2* vol.46,No.5,2008 579-584
18 NOTE] Bioluminescent Assay for Sphingolipid Ceramide N-Deacylase Using Vibrio harveyi Dark Mutant M-17 Ki Woong Cho vol.46,No.5,2008 585-589
19 NOTE] Microbial Population Dynamics and Temperature Changes during Fermentation of Kimjang Kimchi Dongyun Lee, Sunjoo Kim, Jinhee Cho, and Jeongho Kim* vol.46,No.5,2008 590-593
20 NOTE] Aliihoeflea aestuarii gen. nov., sp. nov., a Novel Bacterium Isolated from Tidal Flat Sediment Seong Woon Roh1,2, Kyoung-Ho Kim2, Young-Do Nam1,2, Ho-Won Chang2, Min-Soo Kim1,2, Kee-Sun Shin2, Jung-Hoon Yoon2, Hee-Mock Oh2, and Jin-Woo Bae1,2,3* vol.46,No.5,2008 594-598