Browsing by Subject "Bacillus subtilis"

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  • Elsholz, Alexander K.W.; Birk, Marlene S.; Charpentier, Emmanuelle; Turgay, Kürsad (Lausanne : Frontiers Media S.A., 2017)
    Here, we review the diverse roles and functions of AAA+ protease complexes in protein homeostasis, control of stress response and cellular development pathways by regulatory and general proteolysis in the Gram-positive ...
  • Munoz Gutierrez, Vivian Vanessa (Hannover : Institutionelles Repositorium der Leibniz Universität Hannover, 2022)
    Bacterial replication, as the starting point of the cell cycle, enables the duplication of genomic information and ensures that each daughter cell receives one copy of the parental genetic code. Replication is initiated ...
  • Hantke, Ingo (Hannover : Institutionelles Repositorium der Leibniz Universität Hannover, 2019)
    All living cells have to deal with fluctuations of abiotic factors, such as temperature and salt content, which can cause different types of proteotoxic stress. A functional proteome depends on an intricate protein quality ...
  • Alver, Regina Maria (Hannover : Institutionelles Repositorium der Leibniz Universität Hannover, 2020)
    Efficient protein quality control (PQC) systems are crucial in bacterial cells since they support adjustments of regulatory processes under changing environmental conditions and are involved in stress response mechanisms. ...
  • Turgay, Kürşad; Schäfer, Heinrich; Hoßmann, Jörn; Molière, Noël (Lausanne : Frontiers, 2016-03-16)
    The Hsp100/Clp protease complexes of Bacillus subtilis ClpXP and ClpCP are involved in the control of many interconnected developmental and stress response regulatory networks, including competence, redox stress response, ...
  • Schäfer, Heinrich (Hannover : Institutionelles Repositorium der Leibniz Universität Hannover, 2019)
    All organisms are frequently exposed to changing environmental conditions in their natural habitat, which can impose stress and threatens basic biological functions. To cope with such adverse conditions, cells have ...
  • Pausch, Patrick; Abdelshahid, Maha; Steinchen, Wieland; Schäfer, Heinrich; Gratani, Fabio Lino; Freibert, Sven-Andreas.; Wolz, Christiane; Turgay, Kürşad; Wilson, Daniel N.; Bange, Gert (New York, NY : Elsevier, 2020)
    The stringent response enables metabolic adaptation of bacteria under stress conditions and is governed by RelA/SpoT Homolog (RSH)-type enzymes. Long RSH-type enzymes encompass an N-terminal domain (NTD) harboring the ...
  • Diehl, Anne; Roske, Yvette; Ball, Linda; Chowdhury, Anup; Hiller, Matthias; Molière, Noel; Kramer, Regina; Stöppler, Daniel; Worth, Catherine L.; Schlegel, Brigitte; Leidert, Martina; Cremer, Nils; Erdmann, Natalja; Lopez, Daniel; Stephanowitz, Heike; Krause, Eberhard; van Rossum, Barth-Jan; Schmieder, Peter; Heinemann, Udo; Turgay, Kürsad; Akbey, Ümit; Oschkinat, Hartmut (Washington : National Academy of Sciences, 2018)
    Microorganisms form surface-attached communities, termed biofilms, which can serve as protection against host immune reactions or antibiotics. Bacillus subtilis biofilms contain TasA as major proteinaceous component in ...
  • Mulvenna, N.; Hantke, I.; Burchell, L.; Nicod, S.; Bell, D.; Turgay, K.; Wigneshweraraj, S. (Rockville, MD : American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Inc., 2019)
    Like eukaryotic and archaeal viruses, which coopt the host's cellular pathways for their replication, bacteriophages have evolved strategies to alter the metabolism of their bacterial host. SPO1 bacteriophage infection of ...