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Cell-Penetrating Bacterial Effector Proteins: Better Tools than Targets.
Rüter C and Schmidt MA. Trends Biotechnol 2017 - Review. PMID 27592802
Bacterial pathogens have developed intriguing virulence mechanisms, including several sophisticated nanomachines, for injecting effector proteins to manipulate host immune signaling pathways for their own benefit. ...Recently, effector proteins have been identified that autonomously translocate into host cells, representing a novel class of cell-penetrating peptides (CPPs) or effectors (CPEs). ...
Bacterial pathogens have developed intriguing virulence mechanisms, including several sophisticated nanomachines, for injecting effec
Escherichia coli virulence factors
Mainil J. Vet Immunol Immunopathol 2013 - Review. PMID 23083938 Free article.
Since this congress topic is the interaction between E. coli and the mucosal immune system, the purpose of this manuscript is to present different classes of adhesins (fimbrial adhesins, afimbrial adhesins and outer membrane proteins), the type 3 secretion system, and some toxins (oligopeptide, AB, and RTX pore-forming toxins) produced by E. coli, that can directly interact with the epithelial cells of the intestinal, respiratory and urinary tracts....
Since this congress topic is the interaction between E. coli and the mucosal immune system, the purpose of this manuscript is to present dif …
[Prediction of Bacterial and Archaeal Allergenicity with AllPred Program].
Bragin AO, et al. Mol Biol (Mosk) 2018. PMID 29695702 Russian. Free article.
The division of these proteins into groups according to their intracellular localization has revealed that the majority of allergenic proteins were among the secreted proteins. ...This analysis has revealed that potentially allergenic proteins were more common among highly expressed proteins. Sorting microorganisms into the pathogenic and nonpathogenic groups has shown that pathogens can potentially be more allergenic because of a statistically significant greater number of allergens predicted among their proteins....
The division of these proteins into groups according to their intracellular localization has revealed that the majority of allergenic …
The species-spanning family of LPX-motif harbouring effector proteins.
Norkowski S, et al. Cell Microbiol 2018 - Review. PMID 30137651
Although bacterial effectors are truly numerous and exhibit a wide range of biochemical activities, commonalities in terms of protein structure and function shared by many bacterial pathogens exist. ...This review highlights the immunomodulatory effects of LPX effector proteins, with particular emphasis on the exploitation of the host ubiquitin system....
Although bacterial effectors are truly numerous and exhibit a wide range of biochemical activities, commonalities in terms of protein …
Bacterial membrane proteins.
Salton MR. Microbiol Sci 1987 - Review. PMID 3153178
Bacterial membranes have diverse functions, depending on whether they are specialized membranes or cytoplasmic membranes possessing transport, mitochondrial activities and biosynthetic functions for assembly of membranes, walls and capsules. ...Unravelling the structure, function and proteins of these membranes presents a formidable biochemical, immunochemical and structural challenge....
Bacterial membranes have diverse functions, depending on whether they are specialized membranes or cytoplasmic membranes possessing t
Superantigens: procession of frets
Aslam B, et al. Braz J Infect Dis 2017. PMID 28137594 Free article.
Pediocin-like bacteriocins: new perspectives on mechanism of action and immunity
Ríos Colombo NS, et al. Curr Genet 2018 - Review. PMID 28983718
Bacteriocins function in bacterial ecosystems and energetic costs associated with their production are also discussed. Theoretical models based on solid experimental evidence are vital to understand bacteriocins mechanism of action and to promote new technological developments....
Bacteriocins function in bacterial ecosystems and energetic costs associated with their production are also discussed. Theoretical mo …
Use of VacA as a Vaccine Antigen
Moyat M and Velin D. Toxins (Basel) 2016 - Review. PMID 27338474 Free PMC article.
Immunity to bacterial virulence factors is well known to protect humans against bacterial infections; hence, detoxified VacA has been evaluated as a vaccine antigen. ...
Immunity to bacterial virulence factors is well known to protect humans against bacterial infections; hence, detoxified VacA h …
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