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.
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Ergo, the structures of MsbA suggest a mechanism, wherein core-lipid A binds the cytoplasmic open conformation, and ATP binding brings the ATPase domains together, which is coupled to a conformational change in the transmembrane domains from cytoplasmic open to periplasmic open [103, 104].
Located in periplasmic space flagellar proteins (traditionally denoted as Fla) are widely presented in T.
More than presenting outer membrane components, as phospholipids, proteins, and lipopolysaccharides (LPS), they contain periplasmic contents.
Brucella virulence factor A (bvfA) is a small 11 kDa periplasmic protein unique to the genus Brucella.
Globules of [S.sup.0] localize in the periplasmic spaces of symbiotic bacteria in three species of deep-sea chemosymbiotic bivalves: Lucinoma annulata, Stewartia floridana (previous name, Lucina floridana), and Calyptogena elongata (Vetter, 1985).
[8.] May JM, Sherman DJ, Simpson BW, Ruiz N, Kahne D (2015) Lipopolysaccharide transport to the cell surface: periplasmic transport and assembly into the outer membrane.
The fractionations of extracellular, periplasmic, cellbound, and intracellular enzymes were performed as described by the methods of Min et al.
Similarly, in bacteria, the HtrA2 homolog (HtrA/DegP) has a protein quality control role in the periplasmic space at elevated temperatures [87].
(9) The production of intracellular urease is responsible for maintaining the cytoplasmic and periplasmic pH, and is one of the most important survival mechanisms of H.
pastoris, etc), Eurogentec offers various development strategies based on protein refolding, periplasmic expression, and protein expression by secretion.