Acetate‐Specific Stress Response in Acetate‐Resistant Bacteria: An Analysis of Protein Patterns

  title={Acetate‐Specific Stress Response in Acetate‐Resistant Bacteria: An Analysis of Protein Patterns},
  author={D. R. Lasko and C. Schwerdel and J. Bailey and U. Sauer},
  journal={Biotechnology Progress},
  • D. R. Lasko, C. Schwerdel, +1 author U. Sauer
  • Published 1997
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Biotechnology Progress
  • Many metabolic byproducts have toxic effects on bacteria, and acetic acid is an excellent model for such molecules. The negative effects of acetate, which include decreased growth rates and specific productivities, appear for Escherichia coli at acetate concentrations lower than 5 g/L. Acetic acid bacteria, however, are naturally resistant to the detrimental effects of acetate in their surroundings; they remain active at acetate levels well over 40 g/L. This study investigated the response to… CONTINUE READING
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