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Intracellular survival plays a central role in the pathogenesis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. To identify M. tuberculosis genes required for intracellular survival within macrophages, an M. tuberculosis H37Rv plasmid library was constructed by using the shuttle vector pOLYG. This plasmid library was electroporated into Mycobacterium smegmatis 1-2c, and the(More)
The previous work in our lab showed that the spinach chloroplast ATP synthase e mutant with 3 amino acid residues deleted from the N-terminus had much lower ability to inhibit ATP hydrolysis and block proton leakage in comparison to a mutant with 1 or 2 residues deleted from the N-terminus. The present study aimed at determining whether there is special(More)
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