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AbstractPeroxisomes are subcellular organelles and are present in virtually all eukaryotic cells. Characteristic features of these organelles are their inducibility and their functional versatility. Their importance in the intermediary metabolism of cells is exemplified by the discovery of...
AbstractDisulfide bond formation is part of the folding pathway for many periplasmic and outer membrane proteins that contain structural disulfide bonds. In Escherichia coli, a broad variety of periplasmic protein thiol:disulfide oxidoreductases have been identified in recent years, which...
AbstractThe osmoadaptation of most micro-organisms involves the accumulation of K+ ions and one or more of a restricted range of low molecular mass organic solutes, collectively termed ‘compatible solutes’. These solutes are accumulated to high intracellular concentrations, in order to balance...
AbstractAntibacterial chemotherapy is particularly striking in the family of penicillins and cephalosporins. Over 40 structurally different β-lactam molecules are available in 73 formulations and the majority of them are currently prescribed for medical use in hospitals. β-Lactams are well...
AbstractThe beginning of modern microbiology can be traced back to the 1870s, and it was based on the development of new concepts that originated during the two preceding centuries on the role of microorganisms, new experimental methods, and discoveries in chemistry, physics, and evolutionary...
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