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AbstractMost of the iron in a mammalian body is complexed with various proteins. Moreover, in response to infection, iron availability is reduced in both extracellular and intracellular compartments. Bacteria need iron for growth and successful bacterial pathogens have therefore evolved to...
AbstractEleven adenosylcorrinoid-dependent rearrangements and elimination reactions have been described during the last four decades of vitamin B12 research. In contrast, only the cobamide-dependent methionine synthase was well established as a corrinoid-dependent methyl transfer reaction. Yet,...
AbstractThe cytoplasmic membrane of bacteria is a selective barrier that restricts entry and exit of solutes. Transport of solutes across this membrane is catalyzed by specific membrane proteins. Integral membrane proteins usually require specific lipids for optimal activity and are inhibited by...
AbstractThe evolution of a deoxyribonucleotide synthesizing ribonucleotide reductase might have initiated the transition from the ancient RNA world into the prevailing DNA world. At least five classes of ribonucleotide reductases have evolved. The ancient enzyme has not been identified. A...
AbstractSamples selected for two markers (one from each parent) from the progeny of a genetic cross are altered both in the genotype and in the frequency distribution as compared to the original progeny population. The consequences of these alterations were analyzed in selected samples obtained...
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