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AbstractBacterial conjugation in Gram-negative bacteria is triggered by a signal that connects the relaxosome to the coupling protein (T4CP) and transferosome, a type IV secretion system. The relaxosome, a nucleoprotein complex formed at the origin of transfer (oriT), consists of a relaxase,...
AbstractThe study of genomic organization and regulatory elements of rRNA genes in metazoan paradigmatic organisms has led to the most accepted model of rRNA gene organization in eukaryotes. Nevertheless, the rRNA genes of microbial eukaryotes have also been studied in considerable detail and...
AbstractIn microbial fuel cells and electrolysis cells (MXCs), anode-respiring bacteria (ARB) oxidize organic substrates to produce electrical current. In order to develop an electrical current, ARB must transfer electrons to a solid anode through extracellular electron transfer (EET). ARB use...
AbstractMutually beneficial interactions between microorganisms and animals are a conserved and ubiquitous feature of biotic systems. In many instances animals, including humans, are dependent on their microbial associates for nutrition, defense, or development. To maintain these vital...
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