A new twist on an old pathway – accessory Sec systems

@inproceedings{Rigel2008ANT,
  title={A new twist on an old pathway – accessory Sec systems},
  author={Nathan W. Rigel and Miriam Braunstein},
  year={2008}
}
The export of proteins from their site of synthesis in the cytoplasm across the inner membrane is an important aspect of bacterial physiology. Because the location of extracytoplasmic proteins is ideal for host-pathogen interactions, protein export is also important to bacterial virulence. In bacteria there are conserved protein export systems that are responsible for the majority of protein export: the general secretion (Sec) pathway and the twin-arginine translocation (Tat) pathway. In some… CONTINUE READING

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