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AbstractHydrogenases (H2ases) catalyze the reversible oxidation of molecular hydrogen and play a central role in microbial energy metabolism. Most of these enzymes are found in Archaea and Bacteria, but a few are present in Eucarya as well. They can be distributed into three classes: the...
AbstractIt has become increasingly and widely recognised that bacteria do not exist as solitary cells, but are colonial organisms that exploit elaborate systems of intercellular communication to facilitate their adaptation to changing environmental conditions. The languages by which bacteria...
AbstractWe have introduced the concept of genomic ‘style’ of proteins. By style we understand those properties of a large set of proteins which are specific to the genome of one species (species primary-self) and different from the genome of another species (species contrasted-self). To...
AbstractUntil recently, extracytoplasmic solute receptor (ESR)-dependent uptake systems were invariably found to possess a conserved ATP-binding protein (the ATP-binding cassette protein or ABC protein), which couples ATP hydrolysis to the translocation of the solute across the cytoplasmic...
AbstractIn contrast to Gram-negative bacteria, secretory proteins of Gram-positive bacteria only need to traverse a single membrane to enter the extracellular environment. For this reason, Gram-positive bacteria (e.g. various Bacillus species) are often used in industry for the commercial...
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