Membrane vesicle formation as a multiple-stress response mechanism enhances Pseudomonas putida DOT-T1E cell surface hydrophobicity and biofilm formation.

@article{Baumgarten2012MembraneVF,
  title={Membrane vesicle formation as a multiple-stress response mechanism enhances Pseudomonas putida DOT-T1E cell surface hydrophobicity and biofilm formation.},
  author={Thomas Baumgarten and Stefanie Sperling and Jana Seifert and Martin von Bergen and Frank Steiniger and Lukas Y. Wick and Hermann J Heipieper},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={78 17},
  pages={6217-24}
}
Among the adaptive responses of bacteria to rapid changes in environmental conditions, those of the cell envelope are known to be the most crucial. Therefore, several mechanisms with which bacteria change their cell surface and membranes in the presence of different environmental stresses have been elucidated. Among these mechanisms, the release of outer membrane vesicles (MV) in Gram-negative bacteria has attracted particular research interest because of its involvement in pathogenic processes… CONTINUE READING
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