Methods of identifying membrane proteins in spirochetes.

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Bacterial membrane proteins serve vital functions such as nutrient acquisition, sensation of the environment, and in gene regulation, secretion, and attachment. Proteins on the cell surface are instrumental in host-pathogen interactions and many serve as immunogens that confer protection as targets for neutralizing antibodies. Integral membrane and… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/9780471729259.mc12c02s16

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@article{Carroll2010MethodsOI, title={Methods of identifying membrane proteins in spirochetes.}, author={James A. Carroll}, journal={Current protocols in microbiology}, year={2010}, volume={Chapter 12}, pages={Unit12C.2} }