Type VI Secretion Systems
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Multiprotein complexes in GRAM NEGATIVE BACTERIA that deliver effector proteins into eukaryotic or prokaryotic cells by a mechanism similar to the contractile tail of bacteriophages. They are composed of a cell envelope-spanning tube which is surrounded by a contractile sheath and tipped by a cell puncturing complex; a base plate structure that anchors the assembly to the cell envelope; and an ATPase involved in the sheath contraction and disassembly of the complex.
|Type VI Secretion Systems
- Type VI Secretion Systems
- Type VI Secretion System
- Bacterial Secretion System, Type VI
- Type 6 Secretion System
- Type 6 Secretion Systems
- T6SS Secretion Systems
- Secretion Systems, T6SS
- Systems, T6SS Secretion
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