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AbstractLectins are ubiquitous proteins, which exhibit a specific and reversible sugar-binding activity. They react with glycosylated macromolecules and cells and may coaggregate them and lead to their lysis or alterations. Various lectin biological effects are well known, but their basic...
AbstractA number of peptidases and proteases have been identified in Eseheriehia coli. Although their specific physiological roles are often not known, some of them have been shown to be involved in: the maturation of nascent polypeptide chains; the maturation of protein precursors; the signal...
AbstractUnder anaerobic conditions and in the absence of alternative electron acceptors Escherichia coli converts sugars to a mixture of products by fermentation. The major soluble products are acetate, ethanol, lactate and formate with smaller amounts of succinate. In addition the gaseous...
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