"Type I Secretion Systems" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Gram-negative bacterial secretion systems which translocate effectors in a single step across the inner and outer membranes. The one-step secretion is carried out by a channel that passes from the CYTOPLASM, through the inner membrane, PERIPLASMIC SPACE, and outer membrane, to the EXTRACELLULAR SPACE. The specificity of type I secretions systems are determined by the specificity of the three subcomponents forming the channel - an ATP transporter (ATP-BINDING CASSETTE TRANSPORTERS); a membrane fusion protein (MEMBRANE FUSION PROTEINS); and an outer membrane protein (BACTERIAL OUTER MEMBRANE PROTEINS.)
|Type I Secretion Systems
- Type I Secretion Systems
- T1SS Secretion System
- Secretion System, T1SS
- System, T1SS Secretion
- Bacterial Secretion Systems, Type I
- Type 1 Secretion Systems
- Type I Secretion System
- Type 1 Secretion System
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