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Protein encoded in human telomerase RNA is involved in cell protective pathways
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It is shown that the transcript of human telomerase RNA codes a 121 amino acid protein (hTERP), which is suggested to be involved in cellular adaptation under stress conditions and regulates crosstalk between autophagy and apoptosis. Expand
Recombinant Human Peptidoglycan Recognition Proteins Reveal Antichlamydial Activity
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It is demonstrated that PGLYRPs attach to C. trachomatis elementary bodies and activate the expression of the chlamydial two-component stress response system and inhibit the development of chlamYDial infection. Expand
Complete Genome Sequence of an Enterotoxigenic Bacteroides fragilis Clinical Isolate
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The complete genome sequence of Bacteroides fragilis isolate BOB25 is presented, an enterotoxigenic isolate that was obtained from a stool sample of a patient with dysbiosis. Expand
[Wild small mammals are the reservoir hosts of the Bartonella genus bacteria in the south of Moscow region].
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This is the first investigation of the bartonella prevalence in wild small mammals performed in Russia and there is no any marked host specificity for these bartonellae species. Expand
Discovery of novel antimicrobial peptides: A transcriptomic study of the sea anemone Cnidopus japonicus
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In silico search algorithm designed to discover toxin-like proteins containing AMPs was developed based on the evaluation of the properties and structural peculiarities of amino acid sequences and three peptides exhibited antimicrobial activity against bacterial strains, suggesting that the method can be applied to reveal new AMPs in the venoms of other predators as well. Expand
Binding site of restriction-modification system controller protein in Mollicutes
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It is found that C-protein of M. gallisepticum binds predicted conserved direct repeats of the (GTGTTAN5)2 motif, and HsdC can bind to the promoters of the clpB chaperone gene and a tRNA cluster. Expand
Corrigendum: Interaction of Bacteroides fragilis Toxin with Outer Membrane Vesicles Reveals New Mechanism of Its Secretion and Delivery
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This research presents a novel probabilistic procedure called “spot-spot analysis” that allows for real-time analysis of the response of the immune system to Epstein-Barr virus. Expand
Interaction of Bacteroides fragilis Toxin with Outer Membrane Vesicles Reveals New Mechanism of Its Secretion and Delivery
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It is shown for the first time that BFT is not a freely secreted protease but is associated with OMVs, and has special interactions with outer membrane components such as phospholipids and is secreted during vesicle formation. Expand
Protective Dps–DNA co‐crystallization in stressed cells: an in vitro structural study by small‐angle X‐ray scattering and cryo‐electron tomography
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In vitro analysis of the vital process of Dps–DNA co‐crystallization using two complementary structural methods: synchrotron small‐angle X‐ray scattering in solution and cryo‐electron tomography determined the lattice parameters of the crystalline DPS–DNA complex. Expand
Binding site of MraZ transcription factor in Mollicutes.
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The recognition site of the MraZ-family regulator of Mycoplasma gallisepticum is identified, which is conserved in many species of different clades within class Mollicutes, and may play a role in the regulation of multiple operons in Mollsicutes. Expand
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