Bacterial Outer Membrane Proteins
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Highlights • We discuss spatiotemporal patterning in the bacterial outer membrane.• Promiscuous interactions between outer… Expand Shigellosis is the leading cause of childhood mortality and morbidity. Despite many years of extensive research a practical… Expand The outer membrane is the first line of contact between Gram‐negative bacteria and their external environment. Embedded in the… Expand The outer membrane of Gram-negative bacteria serves as a protective barrier against the external environment but is rendered… Expand After transport across the cytoplasmic membrane, bacterial outer membrane proteins are assembled into the outer membrane… Expand Publisher Summary The chapter focuses on two classes that have been investigated by a number of research groups—namely, ion… Expand Integral membrane proteins come in two types, alpha-helical and beta-barrel proteins. In both types, all hydrogen bonding donors… Expand Many bacterial outer membrane proteins (OMPs) are missing from two‐dimensional (2‐D) gel proteome maps. Recently, we developed a… Expand The outer membrane protects Gram‐negative bacteria against a harsh environment. At the same time, the embedded proteins fulfil a… Expand Most bacterial outer membrane proteins contain a phenylalanine at their C terminus. It has been shown that this residue has an… Expand