Vergleichende Struktur-/Funktionsanalyse von Adhäsionsdomänen pathogener und nicht-pathogener Hefen

Hefen sind in der Lage sich an unterschiedlichste Umweltbedingungen anzupassen und dadurch eine große Anzahl von Habitaten zu besiedeln. Die erste Kontaktfläche mit ihrer Umwelt bilden Hefen mit ihrer einzigartigen Zellwand und den darin integrierten Zellwandproteinen. Ein großer Teil dieser Protein...

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1. Verfasser: Kock, Michael Alexander
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