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Non-specific hole formation in the Escherichia coli inner membrane by lambda S proteins in independent of cellular secY and secA functions and of the proportion of membrane acidic phospholipids


Non-specific hole formation in the Escherichia coli inner membrane by lambda S proteins in independent of cellular secY and secA functions and of the proportion of membrane acidic phospholipids



Fems Microbiology Letters 107(1): 101-105



ISSN/ISBN: 0378-1097

PMID: 8467992

Formation of the lesion in the Escherichia coli inner membrane caused by lambda lysis protein S was examined by electron microscopy. We also show that macromolecules exceeding the size of the lambda R transglycosylase can pass through the S-dependent hole and that assembly of the S-dependent hole is independent of the proportion of acidic phospholipids in the inner membrane and of components of the cellular transport machinery.

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