PMID: 21719992Jul 2, 2011Paper

Roles of multidrug efflux pumps on the biofilm formation of Escherichia coli K-12

Biocontrol Science
Kayo MatsumuraYasushi Morinaga

Abstract

We genetically analyzed the roles of multidrug efflux pumps on the biofilm formation of Escherichia coli K-12 BW25113. We used 22 mutants missing various genes related to the multidrug efflux pumps and found that the biofilm formation of emrD, emrE, emrK, acrD, acre and mdtE-deleted mutants was extremely decreased. These results indicate that some multidrug efflux pumps significantly contribute to the biofilm formation of E. coli.

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