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Protein secretion pathways in bacteria

Protein secretion pathways in bacteria

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Published by Kluwer Academic in Dordrecht, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microbial metabolism.,
  • Proteins -- Secretion.,
  • Bacteria -- metabolism.,
  • Bacterial Proteins -- metabolism.,
  • Protein Transport -- physiology.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Bauke Oudega.
    ContributionsOudega, Bauke.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR92.P75 P76 2003, QR92.P75 P76 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 296 p. :
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17724718M
    ISBN 101402012551
    LC Control Number2003050106

    Regulation Of Protein Secretion Bioinformatics Tool Laverne is a handy bioinformatics tool to help facilitate scientific exploration of related genes, diseases and pathways based on co-citations. Explore more on Regulation Of Protein Secretion below! For more information on how to use Laverne, please read the How to Guide.   Conclusions• A vast amount of information has been gathered about protein secretion in Gram-negative bacteria, spurred on by the realization of the importance of these pathways in bacterial pathogenesis.• A wide range of secretion strategies has been uncovered, from simple one-component systems to complex multicomponent assemblies.•.

    Autotransporters are a large and diverse superfamily of proteins produced by pathogenic gram-negative bacteria that are composed of an N-terminal passenger domain, which typically harbors a virulence function, and a C-terminal β domain. It has long been known that the β domain anchors the protein to the outer membrane and facilitates transport of the passenger domain Cited by: Of the protein secretion pathways that are widely disseminated among Gram-negative bacteria, only the type V (autotransporter) and a plasmid-encoded type IV-secretion system have been reported in C. jejuni. A type II-like system involved in natural competence, a functional flagella export apparatus and an uncharacterized system mediating.

    Learn protein secretion with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of protein secretion flashcards on Quizlet. Protein Secretion Pathways in Bacteria. Boston/Dordrecht/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, p. Research output: Chapter in Book / Report / Conference proceeding › Chapter › Cited by: 5.


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Protein secretion pathways in bacteria Download PDF EPUB FB2

The general secretion (Sec) and twin arginine translocation (Tat) pathways are the bacterial secretion systems most commonly used to transport proteins across the cytoplasmic membrane. The Sec and Tat pathways are the most highly conserved mechanisms of protein secretion, and have been identified in all domains of life (bacteria, archaea, and Cited by: Protein Secretion Pathways in Bacteria describes all the known folding and targeting routes of inner and outer membrane proteins as well as of proteins that are.

Protein Secretion Pathways in Bacteria describes all the known folding and targeting routes of inner and outer membrane proteins as well as of proteins that are secreted by several specific export routes. The book gives detailed molecular information about the structures that are important for the different mechanisms involved.

Protein Secretion Pathways in Bacteria describes all the known folding and targeting routes of inner and outer membrane proteins as well as of proteins that are secreted by several specific export routes. The book gives detailed molecular information about the structures that are important for the different mechanisms involved.

This is a Manufacturer: Springer. Protein Secretion Pathways in Bacteria describes all the known folding and targeting routes of inner and outer membrane proteins as well as of proteins that are secreted by several specific export routes.

The book gives detailed molecular information about the structures that are important for the different mechanisms involved. This is a Author: B. Oudega. "Protein Secretion Pathways in Bacteria describes all the known folding and targeting routes of inner and outer membrane proteins as well as of proteins that are secreted by several specific export routes.

The book gives detailed molecular information about the structures that are important for the different mechanisms involved. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: 1. Protein Targeting to the Inner Membrane The SEC Translocase The TAT Protein Export Pathway Assembly of Inner Membrane Proteins in Escherichia coli Biogenesis of Outer Membrane Proteins Chaperones and.

The Paperback of the Protein Secretion Pathways in Bacteria by B. Oudega at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : Protein secretion (Fig. 1) is one of the most fundamental biological processes in prokaryotes as the secreted proteins are involved in the regulation of numerous cellular functions (e.g., adhesion, adaptation, and survival).Protein transport across the IM is generally achieved through the general secretion (Sec) pathway (Papanikou et al., ).

Bacterial protein secretion is an exciting and expanding field. Scrutiny of the current systems reveals basic repetitive themes used to translocate proteins from the cytoplasm and across lipid barriers.

Pathogenic bacteria have devised systems to deliver poisons directly to their host and in some cases in expeditious and thrifty ways. The general secretion (Sec) involves secretion of unfolded proteins that first remain inside the cells.

In Gram-negative bacteria, the secreted protein is sent to either the inner membrane or the periplasm. But in Gram-positive bacteria, the protein can stay in the cell or is mostly transported out of the bacteria using other secretion systems.

Secretion of proteins across the bacterial outer membrane takes place via a variety of mechanisms from simple one-component systems to complex multicomponent pathways. Secretion pathways can be. This comprehensive book presents updated information on all aspects of bacterial protein secretion encompassing: Individual secretory systems–Sec, Tat, and T1SS through the newly discovered T9SS Mechanisms, structures, and functions of bacterial secretion systems Lipoprotein sorting pathways, outer membrane vesicles, and the sortase system.

Examples of non-classical secretion in bacteria. The first published study of non-classical secretion in bacteria reports the secretion of glutamine synthetase (GlnA) in the human pathogen Mycobacterium tuberculosis – one of the most important bacterial pathogens studied and responsible for millions of fatalities each year [11,12].GlnA has been shown to be localised Cited by: Type V, or “autotransporter,” secretion is an umbrella term that is often used to refer to a group of distinct but conceptually related protein export pathways that are widely distributed in Gram-negative bacteria.

Autotransporters are generally single polypeptides that contain a signal peptide that promotes translocation across the inner membrane (IM) via the Sec pathway, an Cited by: 3. Protein Secretion Pathways in Bacteria describes all the known folding and targeting routes of inner and outer membrane proteins as well as of proteins that are secreted by several specific export routes.

The book gives detailed molecular information about the structures that are important for the different mechanisms involved. This is a Format: Hardcover.

This comprehensive book presents updated information on all aspects of bacterial protein secretion encompassing: Individual secretory systems-Sec, Tat, and T1SS through the newly discovered T9SS Mechanisms, structures, and functions of bacterial secretion systems Lipoprotein sorting pathways, outer membrane vesicles, and the sortase system.

Secretion is not unique to eukaryotes alone - it is present in bacteria and archaea as well. ATP binding cassette (ABC) type transporters are common to all the three domains of life. Some secreted proteins are translocated across the cytoplasmic membrane by the Sec translocon, one of two translocation systems, which requires the presence of an N-terminal signal peptide on InterPro: IPR • The type II secretion pathway is a two-step process dedicated to the secretion of folded and/or oligomeric exoproteins.** • The functions of these proteins are extremely diverse and include toxins, surface-associated virulence factors, and a.

Abstract. Since the initial characterization of the hemolysin secretion system (Hly) from the Gram-negative bacterium, E. coli, by W. Goebel’s group in the late s, there has been a surprising proliferation of discoveries of distinct pro¬tein secretion mechanisms in many Gram-negative for the Hly system and for other secretion pathways, developments have been Cited by:.

A critical review of the current and most recent advances in the genomics and molecular biology of mycobacteria. Focuses on the topical and most relevant aspects. Includes strain variation and evolution, hypervirulent strains, electron transport and respiration, lipid biosynthesis, DNA repair, oxygen signaling, sulphur metabolism, protein secretion, the protein kinase family.Protein Secretion in Bacteria, authored and edited by an international team of experts, draws together the many distinct functions and mechanisms involved in protein translocation in one concise tome.

This comprehensive book presents updated information on all aspects of bacterial protein secretion encompassing.mechanisms of bacterial protein secretion and the role of specific mechanisms in a range of bacterial species.

The book has two parts: the first describes the different pathways such as the Sec protein secretion system and the twin-arginine translocation pathway.

It also covers type I, II, III, IV and V secretions systems as well as nonclassical.