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Phospholipase D activity of gram-negative bacteria.
Cole R and Proulx P. J Bacteriol 1975. PMID 360 Free PMC article.
A phospholipase hydrolyzing cardiolipin to phosphatidic acid and phosphatidyl glycerol was characterized in gram-negative bacteria but was absent in preparations of gram-positive bacteria, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, and rat liver mitochondria. ...
A phospholipase hydrolyzing cardiolipin to phosphatidic acid and phosphatidyl glycerol was characterized in gram-negative b
Characterization of eight beta-lactamases of Gram-negative bacteria.
Sawai T, et al. J Bacteriol 1982. PMID 6752115 Free PMC article.
Eight kinds of beta-lactamases produced by gram-negative bacteria were characterized by the following properties: molecular weight, isoelectric point, pH optimum, molecular activity, immunochemical reactivity, and kinetic parameters with respect to twelve kinds of common beta-lactam antibiotics. ...
Eight kinds of beta-lactamases produced by gram-negative bacteria were characterized by the following properties: molec …
[KPC carbapenemase producing Gram-negative bacteria].
Yamane K. Nihon Rinsho 2012. PMID 22413530 Japanese.
Carbapenem is the last resort for infections due to Gram-negative bacteria. However, carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae such as KPC-producing bugs were reported in the United States from early this decade and now worldwide. ...Although the bla(KPC)-harboring strain is very rare in Japan, detection of KPC-producing Gram-negative bacteria may be difficult based on the CLSI recommended method. ...
Carbapenem is the last resort for infections due to Gram-negative bacteria. However, carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteri …
[Substrate specificity of the beta-lactamases found in a number of clinical strains of gram-negative bacteria].
Sazykin AIu and Navashin SM. Antibiotiki 1984. PMID 6334489 Russian.
The substrate profiles of beta-lactamases defected in 46 clinical polyresistant strains of gram-negative bacteria were determined. ...
The substrate profiles of beta-lactamases defected in 46 clinical polyresistant strains of gram-negative bacteria were …
PHA synthase (PhaC): interpreting the functions of bioplastic-producing enzyme from a structural perspective
Chek MF, et al. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 2019 - Review. PMID 30511262
Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) are biopolymers synthesized by a wide range of bacteria, which serve as a promising candidate in replacing some conventional petrochemical-based plastics. ...
Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) are biopolymers synthesized by a wide range of bacteria, which serve as a promising candidate in replaci …
[Study methods for localizing enzymes in the cells of gram-negative bacteria (a review)].
Tysiachnaia IV, et al. Prikl Biokhim Mikrobiol 1984 - Review. PMID 6382244 Russian.
The present review systematizes the literature data on localization of enzymes in cells of Gram-negative bacteria. It centres round the methods used for studying the enzyme localization. ...
The present review systematizes the literature data on localization of enzymes in cells of Gram-negative bacteria. It c …
Lipopolysaccharide phosphorylating enzymes encoded in the genomes of Gram-negative bacteria are related to the eukaryotic protein kinases.
Krupa A and Srinivasan N. Protein Sci 2002. PMID 12021457 Free PMC article.
By means of profile-matching procedures, conservation of functionally important residues, and fold-recognition techniques, we show that two distinct families of lipopolysaccharide kinases encoded in the genomes of Gram-negative bacteria are related to each other and to two distinct classes of proteins, namely eukaryotic protein kinases and right open reading frame (RIO1). Members of one of the lipopolysaccharide kinase families are identified only in pathogenic bacteria. Phosphorylation by these enzymes is relevant in the construction of outer membrane, immune response, and pathogenic virulence. ...
By means of profile-matching procedures, conservation of functionally important residues, and fold-recognition techniques, we show that two …
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