periplasmic


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periplasmic

 [per″ĭ-plas´mik]
around the plasma membrane; between the plasma membrane and the cell wall of a bacterium.

periplasmic

/peri·plas·mic/ (-plas´mik) around the plasma membrane; between the plasma membrane and the cell wall of a bacterium.

periplasmic

around the plasma membrane; between the plasma membrane and the cell wall of a bacterium.
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The cell wall was composed of an outer membrane, a distinct cytoplasmic (inner) membrane enclosing a periplasmic space.
Recombinant biotinylated scFvCEA10 was purified from soluble bacterial periplasmic extracts by affinity chromatography on monovalent avidin-Sepharose.
We are interested in determining the location of the amino acid boundary in the membrane for one of the periplasmic loops by the use of a membrane impermeable sulfhydryl specific fluorescent probe, Oregon-Green Maleimide.
In gram-negative bacteria a periplasmic protein, MerP, an inner-membrane transport protein, MerT, and a cytoplasmic enzyme, mercuric reductase, the MerA protein, are responsible for the transport of mercuric ions into cells and their reduction to elemental mercury, Hg(II).
Periplasmic chaperones make sure proteins don't engage in "nonproductive interactions" in the wrong place at the wrong time.
pastoris, etc) Eurogentec offers expertise in protein refolding, periplasmic expression, and protein expression by secretion.
In this way, S-649266 is actively transported through the outer membrane into the periplasmic space where it binds to penicillin-binding proteins (PBPs) and disrupts cell wall synthesis.
They have a thin layer Peptide glycan periplasmic space between the cell wall and cell membrane are located.
coli with EDTA caused a 50% release of outer membrane polysaccharides (Wooley and Jones 1983) that leads to the leakage of solutes from the periplasmic space.
When the "selected" amino acids in the periplasmic and cytoplasmic loops of NorM was mutated, V.
DNA was extracted from swabs or skin biopsy specimens and tested by quantitative PCRs (qPCRs) (13) specific for a fragment of the citrate synthase A gene, which is conserved among spotted fever group rickettsiae, or the gene coding periplasmic serine protease of O.
Thus, chlamydial outer membrane proteins (OMP1, OMP2 and PorB) were expressed in the periplasmic space using the periplasmic targeting vector pMALp2x.