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Flocking asbestos waste, an iron and magnesium source for Pseudomonas.
Iron and magnesium are essential nutrients for most microorganisms. In the environment, the availability of iron is low relative to that of magnesium. Microorganisms have developed various ironExpand
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Opportunistic use of catecholamine neurotransmitters as siderophores to access iron by Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Iron is an essential nutrient for bacterial growth and the cause of a fierce battle between the pathogen and host during infection. Bacteria have developed several strategies to access iron from theExpand
Nocardamine-dependent iron uptake in Pseudomonas aeruginosa: exclusive involvement of the FoxA outer membrane transporter.
Iron is a key nutrient for almost all living organisms. Paradoxically, it is poorly soluble and consequently poorly bioavailable. Bacteria have thus developed multiple strategies to access thisExpand
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