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AbstractAn understanding of the virulence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the causative organism of tuberculosis, could assist the development of effective control measures against this widespread and tenaceous disease. Research is compromised by wide variations in virulence, and hence in the...
AbstractBacteria have been examined that have developed very efficient and different mechanisms for tolerating heavy metals. Often normal toxic levels of metals have no effect on cell growth of resistant strains. In many organisms, the genes controlling metal resistance are carried on plasmids,...
AbstractA wide variety of proteins are exported or secreted by a range of morphologically distinct bacteria. The processes of protein export are most extensively characterised in Escherichia coli, where recent advances have been made in the identification of genes involved in forming the export...
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