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Title: Phylogenetic analysis of outer membrane protein fapa present in different bacteria
Authors: Vasylieva, Nataliia Yu.
Gurgenidze, Alexandra
Citation: International conference of young scientists "Modern problems of microbiology and biotechnology", Odesa, Ukraine, June 20-24, 2017
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Odessa I. I. Mechnikova National University
Keywords: siderophores
protein FepA
phylogenetic analysis
Abstract: The microorganisms, fungi and plants have evolved strategies to scavenge and absorb iron from soil, fresh and marine water, and living organisms (plants and animals). One of the most common strategies for iron accumulation is siderophore production. Siderophores are lowmolecular- weight compounds (500–1500 daltons) possessing a high affinity and selectivity for iron(III). The biosynthesis of siderophores is typically regulated by the iron levels of the environment where the organism is located. A large proportion of bacterial siderophore uptake studies have been centered on enteric bacteria, as typified by Escherichia coli and Salmonella typhimurium.
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