Bioenergetics and solute transport in lactococci.

@article{Konings1989BioenergeticsAS,
  title={Bioenergetics and solute transport in lactococci.},
  author={Wilhelmus Nicolaas Konings and Bert Poolman and Arnold J.M. Driessen},
  journal={Critical reviews in microbiology},
  year={1989},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={
          419-76
        }
}
During the last few years the studies about the physiology and bioenergetics of lactic acid bacteria during growth and starvation have evolved from a descriptive level to an analysis of the molecular events in the regulation of various processes. Considerable progress has been made in the understanding of the modes of metabolic energy generation, the mechanism of homeostasis of the internal pH, and the mechanism and regulatory processes of transport systems for sugars, amino acids, peptides… 

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