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LpxK has been proposed to be the second regulatory point of the Raetz pathway: LpxK may be stimulated by unsaturated fatty acids, and its lipid A disaccharide substrate may stimulate the proteolysis of LpxC by FtsH, which requires the critical scaffold/ chaperone protein LapB [33, 34].
In 2006, he created "LAPB" (Figure 5), a mixed media work.
Dubbed the Live Animals and Perishables Board (LAPB), the LAPB was established to adopt regulations for the acceptance, handling and loading of live animals in air transport and enable airlines to share information about the process.