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S-layers are produced by the self assembly of proteinaceous subunits on the surfaces of prokaryotes, so that planar, monomolecular-thick crystalline lattices are formed. Some archaeal and eubacterial(More)
Lactobacillus brevis ATCC 8287 is covered by a regular surface (S-) layer consisting of a 435 amino acid protein SlpA. This protein is completely unrelated in sequence to the previously characterized(More)
The interaction between S-layer protein SbsB and the secondary cell wall polymer (SCWP) of Geobacillus stearothermophilus PV72/p2 was investigated by real-time surface plasmon resonance biosensor(More)