siderophore


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siderophore

[′sid·ə·rə‚fȯr]
(biochemistry)
A molecular receptor that binds and transports iron.
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These include K antigen, Somatic O antigen, Pili/Fimbriae (Type-1 fimbriae, P fimbriae, S fimbriae, PAP), Afimbrial adhesins, Haemagglutination of erythrocytes, Haemolysin, Resistance to the bactericidal activity of Serum, Cell Surface Hydrophobicity, expression of Siderophore Aerobactin, production of Colicin V and Cytotoxic Necrotizing Factor.
These include salmochelin, the mixed-type siderophore yersiniabactin, the hydroxamate-type siderophore aerobactin, and the hemin uptake transporter ChuA [157].
However, having said this, it is important to point out that indeed future work will involve not only reduction of fertilizer, but also studies of the mechanism(s) of growth such as identifying growth hormones (such as IAA, gibberellic acid), determining P-solubilization and siderophore production.
Enterochelin is a siderophore produced by most genera of enteric bacteria to chelate iron from transferrin [29].
Among the topics are recent trends in resistance to cell envelope-active antibacterial agents among key bacterial pathogens, viable screening targets related to the bacterial cell wall, the proliferation and significance of clinically relevant beta-lactamases, metallo-beta-lactamase structure and function, siderophore conjugates, and the role of the cell membrane and cell wall in mechanisms of daptomycin resistance in Staphylococcus aureus.
This fragment contains several open reading frames, including genes encoding aerobactin siderophore biosynthesis proteins.
Several mechanisms have been suggested by which PGPR can promote plant growth such as production of growth stimulating phytohormones (like indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), gibberellic acid (GA3), zeatin, ethylene and abscisic acid (ABA), phosphate Solubilization and siderophore production (microbial Iron-chelating low molecular weight compounds).
Summary: Bacillus subtilis produces a catecholate type siderophore "Bacillibactin." This review focuses on the non-ribosomal synthesis, transport and regulation of bacillibactin.
Complexation of molybdenum by siderophores: synthesis and structure of the double-helica cisdioxomolybdenum (VI) complex of a bis (Catecholamide) siderophore analogue.
Of course Mutant strains from the view point of Siderophore production, ACC-D Aminas activity and growth speed are the same as the wild strain.