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Bacterial Respiration

Bacterial Respiration diagram by Pin-Chao Liao et al
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This feed focuses on cellular respiration in bacteria, known as bacterial respiration. Discover the latest research here.

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Molecular Microbiology

The reverse gyrase TopR1 is responsible for the homeostatic control of DNA supercoiling in the hyperthermophilic archaeon Sulfolobus solfataricus

Molecular MicrobiologyNovember 12, 2019
Mohea CouturierFlorence Garnier
Molecular Microbiology

The role of Helicobacter pylori DnaA domain I in orisome assembly on a bipartite origin of chromosome replication

Molecular MicrobiologyNovember 12, 2019
Malgorzata Nowaczyk-CieszewskaAnna M Zawilak-Pawlik

Cathelicidin Peptides Restrict Bacterial Growth via Membrane Perturbation and Induction of Reactive Oxygen Species

MBioSeptember 10, 2019
Dean Allistair Rowe-MagnusCheng Kao
Molecular Microbiology

A PopZ-linked apical recruitment assay for studying protein-protein interactions in the bacterial cell envelope

Molecular MicrobiologySeptember 24, 2019
Hoong Chuin Lim, Thomas G. Bernhardt
Journal of Neurology

Daratumumab treatment for therapy-refractory anti-CASPR2 encephalitis

Journal of NeurologyOctober 19, 2019
Franziska ScheibeAndreas Meisel
Molecular Microbiology

The highly diverged trypanosomal MICOS complex is organized in a nonessential integral membrane and an essential peripheral module

Molecular MicrobiologySeptember 20, 2019
Claudia EichenbergerAndré Schneider
Molecular Microbiology

Second messengers and divergent HD-GYP phosphodiesterases regulate 3',3'-cGAMP signaling

Molecular MicrobiologyOctober 30, 2019
Todd A. WrightMing C. Hammond
Molecular Microbiology

The flagellotropic bacteriophage YSD1 targets Salmonella Typhi with a Chi-like protein tail fibre

Molecular MicrobiologySeptember 25, 2019
Rhys A DunstanTrevor Lithgow
Molecular Microbiology

Protein kinase B controls Mycobacterium tuberculosis growth via phosphorylation of the transcriptional regulator Lsr2 at threonine 112

Molecular MicrobiologySeptember 28, 2019
Kawther AlqaseerGalina V. Mukamolova
Molecular Microbiology

Specificity of cobamide remodeling, uptake and utilization in Vibrio cholerae

Molecular MicrobiologyOctober 14, 2019
Amy T MaJoris Beld
Molecular Microbiology

Identification of IscU residues critical for de novo iron-sulfur cluster assembly

Molecular MicrobiologySeptember 18, 2019
Naoyuki TanakaYasuhiro Takahashi
Molecular Microbiology

The Escherichia coli MarA protein regulates the ycgZ-ymgABC operon to inhibit biofilm formation

Molecular MicrobiologySeptember 13, 2019
Rachel A KettlesDavid C Grainger
Molecular Microbiology

Elements in the λ Immunity Region Regulate Phage Development: Beyond the "Genetic Switch"

Molecular MicrobiologySeptember 23, 2019
Lynn C ThomasonDonald L Court
Molecular Microbiology

Functional analyses of an axonemal inner-arm dynein complex in the bloodstream form of Trypanosoma brucei uncover its essential role in cytokinesis initiation

Molecular MicrobiologySeptember 13, 2019
Xu-An ZhangZiyin Li
Molecular Microbiology

Targeted transposition with Tn7 elements: safe sites, mobile plasmids, CRISPR/Cas and beyond

Molecular MicrobiologySeptember 10, 2019
Joseph E. Peters, Joseph E Peters
Molecular Microbiology

The Loz1 transcription factor from Schizosaccharomyces pombe binds to Loz1 response elements and represses gene expression when zinc is in excess

Molecular MicrobiologySeptember 13, 2019
Stevin WilsonAmanda J Bird
Molecular Microbiology

Two hybrid histidine kinases, TcsB and the phytochrome FphA, are involved in temperature sensing in Aspergillus nidulans

Molecular MicrobiologySeptember 25, 2019
Zhenzhong YuReinhard Fischer
Molecular Microbiology

The molecular machinery of translational control in malaria parasites

Molecular MicrobiologySeptember 18, 2019
Sandra Bennink, Gabriele Pradel
Journal of Bioenergetics and Biomembranes

Differential expression of recently duplicated PTOX genes in Glycine max during plant development and stress conditions

Journal of Bioenergetics and BiomembranesSeptember 12, 2019
Rachel Alves MaiaJose Helio Costa
Molecular Microbiology

Coordinating septum formation and the actomyosin ring during cytokinesis in Schizosaccharomyces pombe

Molecular MicrobiologySeptember 18, 2019
Brian S HercykMaitreyi E Das

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