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Rasheed, Bilal (2022) A novel targeted DNA insertion system using Cpf1 and Himar transposase. Honours thesis, Murdoch University.

Alattas, Hussain (2021) Integration of a non-homologous end-joining pathway into prokaryotic cells to enable repair of double-stranded breaks induced by Cpf1. Honours thesis, Murdoch University.

Chiduwa, Mazvita Sheila (2021) Improving the legume-rhizobium symbiosis in Zimbabwean agriculture: A study of rhizobia diversity & symbiotic potential focussed on soybean root nodule bacteria. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

O'Sullivan, Harrison (2020) CRIPTIC-12a: A novel CRISPR Programmable Transposon Insertion system using Cas12a (Cpf1). Honours thesis, Murdoch University.

Zandberg, Jaco (2018) The Queuosine pathway is not essential for Ensifer medicae WSM419 symbiosis and certain components of this pathway modulate lipid biosynthesis. Honours thesis, Murdoch University.

Bekuma, Amanuel (2017) Symbiotic Effectiveness, Phylogeny and Genetic Stability of Biserrula pelecinus-nodulating Mesorhizobium sp. isolated from Eritrea and Ethiopia. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

Achemedei, Bronwyn (2016) Potential risk factors associated with the microbiota of grass roots in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Honours thesis, Murdoch University.

Rui, Tian (2012) Identification of the regulatory genes required for the acid activation of the low pH inducible gene lpiA in Sinorhizobium medicae. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

Terpolilli, JasonORCID: 0000-0003-4306-3346 (2009) Why are the symbioses between some genotypes of Sinorhizobium and Medicago suboptimal for N2 fixation? PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

Fenner, Beau James (2002) The ActS-ActR two-component signal transduction system of Sinorhizobium meliloti. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

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