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Bioinformatic identification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis proteins likely to target host cell mitochondria: virulence factors?
neural network trainings Background:
M. tuberculosis infection either induces or inhibits host cell death, depending on the bacterial strain and the cell microenvironment. There is evidence suggesting a role for mitochondria in these processes.On the other hand, it has been shown that several bacterial proteins are able to target mitochondria, playing a critical role in bacterial pathogenesis and modulation of cell death. However, mycobacteria–derived proteins able to target host cell mitochondria are less studied.
Results:
A bioinformaic analysis based on available genomic sequences of the common laboratory virulent reference strain Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv, the avirulent strain H37Ra, the clinical isolate CDC1551, and M. bovis BCG Pasteur strain 1173P2, as well as of suitable bioinformatic tools (MitoProt II, PSORT II, and SignalP) for the in silico search for proteins likely to be secreted by mycobacteria that could target host cell mitochondria, showed that at least 19 M. tuberculosis proteins could possibly target host cell mitochondria. We experimentally tested this bioinformatic prediction on four M. tuberculosis recombinant proteins chosen from this list of 19 proteins (p27, PE_PGRS1, PE_PGRS33, and MT_1866). Confocal microscopy analyses showed that p27,

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2001-07-20 18:17:32 by jobsdrop

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AdMart
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New York Public In December 2000, laid off about 190 employees
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Microsoft to Defend Business Practices

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Microsoft Corp. will fight next week for the way it conducts future business as it urges the European Union's second-highest court to overturn an antitrust ruling that ordered it to pay a record $613 million fine.In March 2004, the European Commission levied its largest fine ever -- 497 million euros ($613 million) after it found Microsoft guilty of breaking the antitrust rules that govern fair play in business.
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I See It This Way

2012-04-17 11:37:35 by FWLittle

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