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Phage-encoded Shiga Toxin as a Bacterial Defense Against Predation: Shiga Toxin Induction, Uptake and Toxicity in Tetrahymena Thermophila
Intellectual merit<br/>Exotoxins of bacteria are among the most deadly substances known. These exotoxins kill eukaryotic cells by inactivating factors and/or pathways that are universally conserved among eukaryotic ...
Allosteric Effects of DNA on Bacteriophage 434 Repressor Function
The DNA sequence to which a protein binds can profoundly affect the ability of the protein-DNA complex to participate in gene regulatory processes. Hence, DNA is more than a passive platform onto which proteins assemble, ...