bacterial protein


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bacterial protein

a protein produced by a bacterium.
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Biologists and other scientists from Europe, Brazil, and China discuss the seven most important bacterial secretion systems, within-host envelope remodeling, subversion of macrophage functions by bacterial protein toxins and effectors, pathogen manipulation of host autophagy, mechanisms involved in sensing and restriction of bacterial replication, mechanisms of evasion by Salmonella, evasion strategies of mycobacteria, and the role of cyclic di-GMP in virulence and evasion of the plant immune system.
These secretions contain proteins that have important biological functions, for instance, bacterial protein acting as a binding receptor that combats microbial and inflammatory infections.
Mott has more than 30 years of experience with bacterial protein expression and more than 15 years of experience with CHO-based protein expression and production.
Structure and function of Helicobacter pylori CagA, the first-identified bacterial protein involved in human cancer Masanori HATAKEYAMA Communicated by Kumao TOYOSHIMA, M.
Oxytetracycline is by far the most commonly used antibiotic for treatment of bacterial diseases and has bacteriostatic effects by inhibition of bacterial protein synthesis.
Some selectively target bacterial organisms, while others target bacterial protein and the mode of actions continue.
Aminoglycosides are a group of antibiotics that inhibit bacterial protein synthesis and that clinicians use to treat serious bacterial infections.
The scientists have solved the three dimensional structure of the bacterial protein FnBPA in complex with a small part of the human protein fibrinogen and the findings showed that the fibrinogen binding site on FnBPA is close to, but not overlapping with, the binding site for fibronectin.
Scientific results are extended in a fictional way to describe the cancer-fighting power of an imaginary bacterial protein termed neelazin.
Improved growth and nutrient utilisation in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) fed diets containing a bacterial protein meal.
Furthermore, the ratio of the target protein band (CBD) to the density of total bacterial protein was higher in the case of 2xTY medium in comparison with LB (57% against 43%, respectively) (Figure 3B).

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