Sauli Haataja

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The interactions between pathogenic bacteria and the host need to be resolved at the molecular level in order to develop novel vaccines and drugs. We have previously identified strepadhesin, a novel(More)
H(2)O(2) is an unavoidable cytotoxic by-product of aerobic life. Dpr, a recently discovered member of the Dps protein family, provides a means for catalase-negative bacteria to tolerate H(2)O(2).(More)
The Dps family members constitute a distinct group of multimeric and ferritin-like iron binding proteins (up to 500 iron atoms/12-mer) that are widespread in eubacteria and archaea and implicated in(More)