Transport of hemolysin by Escherichia coli.

Abstract

The hemolytic phenotype in Escherichia coli is determined by four genes. Two (hlyC and hlyA) determine the synthesis of a hemolytically active protein which is transported across the cytoplasmic membrane. The other two genes (hlyBa and hlyBb) encode two proteins which are located in the outer membrane and seem to form a specific transport system for… (More)

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@article{Hrtlein1983TransportOH, title={Transport of hemolysin by Escherichia coli.}, author={Michael H{\"a}rtlein and Stefan Schie\ssl and W Wagner and U. Rdest and J{\"{u}rgen Kreft and W. Goebel}, journal={Journal of cellular biochemistry}, year={1983}, volume={22 2}, pages={87-97} }