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AbstractLactic acid bacteria are of major economic importance, as they occupy a key position in the manufacture of fermented foods. A considerable body of research is currently being devoted to the development of lactic acid bacterial strains with improved characteristics, that may be used to...
AbstractThe enzymology of the heterodimeric (NiFe) and (NiFeSe) hydrogeneses, the monomeric nickel-containing hydrogenases plus the multimeric F420-(NiFe) and NAD+-(NiFe) hydrogenases are summarized and discussed in terms of subunit localization of the redox-active nickel and non-heme iron...
AbstractThe RTX (repeats in toxin) cytolytic toxins r represent a family of important virulence factors that have disseminated widely among Gram-negative bacteria. They are characterised by a series of glycine-rich repeat units at the C-terminal end of each protein. They also have other features...
AbstractBacteria can release metabolites into the environment by various mechanisms. Excretion may occur by passive diffusion or by the reversal of the uptake process when the internal concentration of the metabolite exceeds the thermodynamic equilibrium level. In other cases, solutes are...
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