The inner membrane TET (TetA) protein, which is involved in Tn10-mediated microbial tetracycline resistance, consists of two domains, alpha and beta, both of which are needed for tetracycline resistance and efflux (M.S. Curiale, L.M. McMurry, and S.B. Levy, J. Bacteriol. 157:211-217, 1984). Since tetracycline-sensitive mutants in one domain can partially… (More)
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