Role of S-layer proteins in bacteria.

Abstract

S-layers are paracrystalline bidimensional arrays of proteins or glycoproteins that overlay the cell surface of several genus and species of bacteria and archaea. As the outermost layer of several genus and species of microorganisms, S-layer proteins (SLP) are in direct contact with bacterial environment and thus may be involved in many of their surface… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11274-015-1952-9

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