Ann-Charlotte M Toes

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Copper homeostasis is tightly regulated in all living cells as a result of the necessity and toxicity of this metal in free cationic form. In Gram-negative bacteria CPx-type ATPases (e.g. CopA in Escherichia coli) and heavy-metal efflux RND proteins (e.g. CusA in E. coli) play an important role in transport of copper across the cytoplasmic and outer(More)
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