Structural comparison of the transport units of type V secretion systems

@inproceedings{Gawarzewski2013StructuralCO,
  title={Structural comparison of the transport units of type V secretion systems},
  author={I. Gawarzewski and S. Smits and L. Schmitt and J. Jose},
  booktitle={Biological chemistry},
  year={2013}
}
  • I. Gawarzewski, S. Smits, +1 author J. Jose
  • Published in Biological chemistry 2013
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Abstract Pathogenic gram-negative bacteria have evolved several secretion mechanisms to translocate adhesins, enzymes, toxins, and other virulence factors across the inner and outer membranes. Currently, eight different secretion systems, type I–type VIII (T1SS–T8SS) plus the chaperone-usher (CU) pathway, have been identified, which act in one-step or two-step mechanisms to traverse both membrane barriers. The type V secretion system (T5SS) is dependent first on the Sec translocon within the… CONTINUE READING
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