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EmmdR, a new member of the MATE family of multidrug transporters, extrudes quinolones from Enterobacter cloacae
We cloned a gene, ECL_03329, from the chromosome of Enterobacter cloacae ATCC13047, using a drug-hypersensitive Escherichia coli KAM32 cell as the host. We show here that this gene, designated asExpand
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SugE, a New Member of the SMR Family of Transporters, Contributes to Antimicrobial Resistance in Enterobacter cloacae
ABSTRACT We cloned a gene, sugE, from the chromosome of Enterobacter cloacae ATCC 13047. Analysis of the susceptibilities of the sugE-containing strain (Escherichia coli KAM32/pSUGE28) andExpand
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Amino Acids that Confer Transport of Raffinose and Maltose Sugars in the Raffinose Permease (RafB) of Escherichia coli as Implicated by Spontaneous Mutations at Val-35, Ser-138, Ser-139, Gly-389 and
In order to identify amino acid residues in the Escherichia coli raffinose-H+ permease (RafB) that play a role in sugar selection and transport, we first incubated E. coli HS4006 containing plasmidExpand
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Pasteurized whole milk confers reduced susceptibilities to the antimicrobial agents trimethoprim, gatifloxacin, cefotaxime and tetracycline via the marRAB locus in Escherichia coli.
We inoculated pasteurized whole milk with Escherichia coli strains GC4468 (intact marRAB locus), JHC1096 (Delta marRAB), or AG112 (Delta marR), and incubated each overnight at 37 degrees C. AllExpand
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CHAPTER 7:Maltose Chemistry and Biochemistry
Maltose is disaccharide sugar found to occur naturally in vegetables, fruits, and grains. The sugar maltose is useful in industry as a starting source for alcoholic beverages. Medically, maltose isExpand