Peter E. Coderre

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Production of pediocin in Pediococcus acidilactici is associated with pMBR1.0, which encodes prepediocin, a pediocin immunity protein, and two proteins involved in secretion and precursor processing. These four genes are organized as an operon under control of a single promoter. We have constructed shuttle vectors that contain all four structural genes, the(More)
The human erythrocyte glucose transporter is an allosteric complex of four GLUT1 proteins whose structure and substrate binding properties are stabilized by reductant-sensitive, noncovalent subunit interactions [Hebert, D. N., & Carruthers, A. (1992) J. Biol. Chem. 267, 23829-23838]. In the present study, we use biochemical and molecular approaches to(More)
The human erythroid glucose transporter is a GLUT1 homotetramer whose structure and function are stabilized by noncovalent, cooperative subunit interactions. The present study demonstrates that exofacial tryptic digestion of GLUT1 abolishes cooperative interactions between substrate binding sites on adjacent subunits under circumstances where subunit(More)
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