Analyse der subzellulären Lokalisation des C-Signalvorläuferproteins p25 und die Identifikation der PopC-Spaltstelle in p25 in Myxococcus xanthus

Myxococcus xanthus ist ein Bakterium, das ein außergewöhnliches Verhalten bei Nährstoffmangel zeigt. Im Zuge eines Entwicklungszyklus bilden diese Bakterien Fruchtkörper, die mit Dauerformen, den sogenannten Myxosporen gefüllt sind, um die lebensbedrohlichen Umweltbedingungen zu überstehen. Sechs St...

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