Phu Nguyen Le Minh

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Most bacteria control oxidative stress through the H(2)O(2)-responsive transactivator OxyR, a member of the LTTR family (LysR Type Transcriptional Regulators), which activates the expression of defensive genes such as those encoding catalases, alkyl hydroperoxide reductases and superoxide dismutases. In the human opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas(More)
We have demonstrated previously that the chemokine receptors CCR2 and CCR5 form homo- and heterodimers and that dimers can only bind a single chemokine molecule with high affinity. We provide here evidence from bioluminescence resonance energy transfer experiments that stimulation by chemokines does not influence the CCR2/CCR5 heterodimerization status. In(More)
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