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The TetR family of regulators
Cuthbertson L and Nodwell JR. Microbiol Mol Biol Rev 2013 - Review. PMID 24006471 Free PMC article.
Protein glycosylation in bacteria: sweeter than ever
Nothaft H and Szymanski CM. Nat Rev Microbiol 2010 - Review. PMID 20948550
Investigations into bacterial protein glycosylation continue to progress rapidly. It is now established that bacteria possess both N-linked and O-linked glycosylation pathways that display many commonalities with their eukaryotic and archaeal counterparts as well as some unexpected variations. ...Improving our understanding of the intricacies of bacterial protein glycosylation systems should lead to new opportunities to manipulate these pathways in order to engineer glycoproteins with potential value as novel vaccines....
Investigations into bacterial protein glycosylation continue to progress rapidly. It is now established that bacteria possess both N- …
The winding path of protein methylation research: milestones and new frontiers
Murn J and Shi Y. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol 2017 - Review. PMID 28512349
In 1959, while analysing the bacterial flagellar proteins, Ambler and Rees observed an unknown species of amino acid that they eventually identified as methylated lysine. ...
In 1959, while analysing the bacterial flagellar proteins, Ambler and Rees observed an unknown species of amino acid that they eventu …
Understanding protein glycosylation pathways in bacteria
Li H, et al. Future Microbiol 2017 - Review. PMID 27689684 Free article.
In this review, we summarize the known pathways for bacterial protein glycosylation: lipid carrier-mediated 'en bloc' glycosylation; and cytoplasmic stepwise protein glycosylation. The exploitation of bacterial protein glycosylation systems, especially the 'mix and match' of three independent but similar pathways (oligosaccharyltransferase-mediated protein glycosylation, lipopolysaccharide and peptidoglycan biosynthesis) in Gram-negative bacteria for glycoengineering recombinant glycoproteins is also discussed....
In this review, we summarize the known pathways for bacterial protein glycosylation: lipid carrier-mediated 'en bloc' glycosylation; …
Biogenesis and function of the autotransporter adhesins YadA, intimin and invasin
Leibiger K, et al. Int J Med Microbiol 2019 - Review. PMID 31176600
The site of first contact of Gram negative bacteria with the host is the bacterial outer membrane (OM). Consisting of an asymmetrical lipid bilayer with phospholipids forming the inner, and lipopolysaccharides forming the outer leaflet, the OM harbors numerous integral membrane proteins that are almost exclusively β-barrel proteins. One distinct family of OM β-barrel proteins strongly linked to bacterial virulence are the autotransporter (AT) proteins. During the last years huge progress has been made to better understand the mechanisms underlying the insertion of AT proteins into the OM and also AT function for interaction with the host. ...
The site of first contact of Gram negative bacteria with the host is the bacterial outer membrane (OM). Consisting of an asymmetrical …
Modeling and simulation of bacterial outer membranes and interactions with membrane proteins.
Patel DS, et al. Curr Opin Struct Biol 2017 - Review. PMID 28157627
Here, we review recent efforts on modeling and simulation of native-like bacterial OMs to explore structures, dynamics, and interactions of different OM components and their roles in transportation of ions, substrates, and antibiotics across the OM and accessibility of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) to surface epitopes. Simulation studies attempting to provide insight into the structural basis for LPS transport and OMP insertion in the bacterial OM are also highlighted....
Here, we review recent efforts on modeling and simulation of native-like bacterial OMs to explore structures, dynamics, and interacti …
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