4 edition of Bacterial transport found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Barry P. Rosen.|
|Series||Microbiology series ; v. 4|
|Contributions||Rosen, Barry P.|
|LC Classifications||QR77.3 .B32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 684 p. :|
|Number of Pages||684|
|LC Control Number||78016191|
One of the strategies bacteria have evolved is the siderophore-mediated iron transport system in which bacteria produce siderophores, small molecule iron chelators, and take up Fe(III. Iron Transport in Bacteria, a survey of research conducted over the past 50 years, examines the advances in technology and the recent availability of sequences of microbial genomes that have led to an explosion of knowledge in the field of iron transport systems. Analysis of genomes has identified new systems, and new models for transport have been suggested by crystallography and structural Cited by:
Bacterial Culture Media MICROBIOLOGY MODULE Microbiology Notes Neisseria sp. Serum for medium can be obtained from animal blood but must be filtered through membrane or seitz filter before use. Selective and enrichment media are designed to inhibit unwanted commensal or contaminating bacteria and help to recover pathogen from a mixture of. Microbial Transport Through Soil Bacteria and viruses have been shown to travel through porous media with the distance travelled being dependent on the type of porous medium. In studies by Gerba et al. (), coliforms travelled from m in fine sandy loam to m in sand-gravel; bacteriophage T4 travelled up to km in a carbonate rock.
Peptide transport Protein export and secretion in gram-negative bacteria Bacterial channel forming protein toxins Porins: structure and function Aquaporins Structures of siderophore receptors Mechanisms of bacterial iron transport. Bacterial zinc transport Bacterial genes controlling manganese. Figure The bacterial electron transport chain is a series of protein complexes, electron carriers, and ion pumps that is used to pump H + out of the bacterial cytoplasm into the extracellular space.
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Microbes respresent general and basic functional systems where many transport processes have been studied on a molecular basis. Knowledge of the microbial transport processes will provide new perspectives to treatments by inhibitors, drugs, antibiotics, vitamins, growth promotion compounds, activators and toxic compunds of various kinds.
Advances in Bacterial Electron Transport Systems and Their Regulation (Volume 68) Bacterial transport book in Microbial Physiology (Volume 68)) 1st Edition by Robert K.
Poole (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a Cited by: 1. Advances in Bacterial Electron Transport Systems and Their Regulation (ISSN Book 68) - Kindle edition by Poole, Robert K.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Advances in Bacterial Electron Transport Systems and Their Regulation (ISSN Book 68).Manufacturer: Academic Press.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bacterial transport. New York: M. Dekker, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Purchase Molecular Biology of Receptors and Transporters: Bacterial and Glucose Transporters, Volume A - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ABC transporters use the energy of ATP hydrolysis to transport substrates across cell membranes. Bacterial ABC transporters are essential in cell viability, virulence, and pathogenicity. The substrates that Bacterial transport book be transported include ions, amino acids, peptides, sugars, and other molecules that are mostly hydrophilic.
Bacterial Energetics deals with bacterial energetics and the molecular basis of how ions move between and within energy-transducing molecules. Topics covered range from respiration-driven proton pumps and primary sodium pumps to light-driven primary ionic pumps, bacterial transport ATPases, and bacterial photosynthesis.
Swab Collection and Transport Devices Swab or Double Swab in Amies Agar Gel Use for aerobic and anaerobic bacterial culture and fungal culture. Use double swab when both culture and Gram stain are needed. Use for Group B Streptococcus colonization detection from vaginal/rectal specimens. Remove white cap from top of transport tube and discard.
Oxygen consumption in marine sediments is often coupled to the oxidation of sulphide generated by degradation of organic matter in deeper, oxygen. This is a lovely book for getting children thinking and talking about design and purpose as well as a stimulus for imagining all sorts of new modes of transport.
Look out for the other book in the same series, All Kinds of Planes (available here). Mechanisms and Regulation of Carbohydrate Transport in Bacteria reviews the developments in the study of the mechanisms and regulation of carbohydrate transport in prokaryotic organisms.
The book presents the progress made in the understanding of transport and regulation of carbohydrates in bacteria in the molecular level. Metabolism refers to all the biochemical reactions that occur in a cell or organism.
The study of bacterial metabolism focuses on the chemical diversity of substrate oxidations and dissimilation reactions (reactions by which substrate molecules are broken down), which normally function in bacteria to generate energy.
Also within the scope of bacterial metabolism is the study of the uptake and. This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction.
Transport of Fe 3+ ‐Siderophores. Transport of Fe 3+ ‐Siderophores Across the Outer Membrane of Gram‐negative Bacteria. Transport of Fe 3+ ‐Siderophores Across the Cytoplasmic Membrane by ABC Transporters. Bacterial Use of Fe 3+ Contained in Transferrin and LactoferrinCited by: The ABC transporters (also called traffic ATPases) make up a large superfamily of proteins which share a common function and a common ATP-binding domain.
ABC transporters are classified into three major groups: bacterial importers (the periplasmic permeases), eukaryotic transporters, and bacterial. Transport media are essentially solutions of buffers with carbohydrates, peptones and other nutrients (excluding growth factors) designed to preserve the viability of bacteria during transport without allowing their primary objective of the use of the transport medium is to maintain the specimen as near its original state as possible.
Bacterial transport systems are operated by transport proteins (sometimes called carriers, porters or permeases) in the plasma membrane.
Facilitated diffusion is a carrier-mediated system that does not require energy and does not concentrate solutes against a gradient. Active transport systems such as Ion-driven transport and Binding protein. energy production.
The electron transport system for bacteria with aerobic and anaerobic respiration, as well as photosynthesis for bacteria converting light energy into chemical energy is located in the cytoplasmic membrane.
motility. The motor that drives rotation of bacterial flagella (see Fig.) is located in the cytoplasmic membrane. Mechanism of coupling of transport to hydrolysis in bacterial ATP-binding cassette transporters. Journal of Bacteriology– Davidson, A.
& Chen, J. Bacteria and Intracellularity clearly demonstrates that cellular microbiology as a field has reached maturity, extending beyond the strictly cellular level to infections of various organs and tissues. Decades of intense investigation into host-bacterial pathogen interactions have highlighted common concepts in intracellularity but also very diverse mechanisms underlying the various infections.
Bacterial Classification, Structure and Function Introduction bacterial cell wall or the capsular polysaccharide. the need for transport mechanisms across this membrane. A major component of the cytoplasmic membrane that is unique to Gram negatives is endotoxin.
This component is essential for bacterial survival. In bacterial efflux systems, certain substances that need to be extruded from the cell include surface components of the bacterial cell (e.g. capsular polysaccharides, lipopolysaccharides, and teichoic acid), proteins involved in bacterial pathogenesis (e.g.
hemolysis, heme-binding protein, and alkaline protease), heme, hydrolytic enzymes, S-layer proteins, competence factors, toxins, antibiotics.
Protein transport into and across membranes is a fundamental process in bacteria that touches upon and unites many areas of microbiology, including bacterial cell physiology, adhesion and motility, nutrient scavenging, intrabacterial signaling and social behavior, toxin deployment, interbacterial antagonism and collaboration, host invasion and disruption, and immune evasion.II.
Collection and transport of CSF. The collection of CSF is an invasive procedure and should only be performed by experienced personnel under aseptic conditions.
If bacterial meningitis is suspected, CSF is the best clinical specimen to use for isolation, identification.