Monika Dźwierzyńska

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Rhizobium leguminosarum produces large amounts of exopolysaccharide (EPS) that has been shown to be an important determinant of successful nitrogen-fixing symbiosis with legume plants. EPS is assembled in a Wzx/Wzy-dependent manner, and proteins involved in the process are proposed to form a complex that enables coupling the synthesis of EPS subunits with(More)
The eukaryotic P-stalk contains two P1-P2 protein dimers with a conserved C- terminal domain (CTD) critical for the interaction with external factors. To understand the role of the individual CTD of human P1/P2 proteins, we examined the interaction of reconstituted human P-protein complexes and C-terminally truncated forms with ricin A chain (RTA), which(More)
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