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Bacterial Outer Membrane Proteins
Cell Membrane Permeability
Membrane Transport Proteins
Membrane Fusion Proteins
Mechanism and Function of the Outer Membrane Channel TolC in Multidrug Resistance and Physiology of Enterobacteria.
Bifurcation kinetics of drug uptake by Gram-negative bacteria.
Drug Permeation against Efflux by Two Transporters.
Structural and functional diversity of bacterial membrane fusion proteins.
On the role of TolC in multidrug efflux: the function and assembly of AcrAB-TolC tolerate significant depletion of intracellular TolC protein.
Breaking the Permeability Barrier of Escherichia coli by Controlled Hyperporination of the Outer Membrane.
Synergy between Active Efflux and Outer Membrane Diffusion Defines Rules of Antibiotic Permeation into Gram-Negative Bacteria.
Trans-envelope multidrug efflux pumps of Gram-negative bacteria and their synergism with the outer membrane barrier.
Kinetic Control of Quorum Sensing in Pseudomonas aeruginosa by Multidrug Efflux Pumps.
Efflux Pumps of Burkholderia thailandensis Control the Permeability Barrier of the Outer Membrane.
Fitting periplasmic membrane fusion proteins to inner membrane transporters: mutations that enable Escherichia coli AcrA to function with Pseudomonas aeruginosa MexB.