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Molecular Microbiology

Print ISSN
0950-382X
Electronic ISSN
1365-2958
Impact factor
4.819
Publisher
wiley
URL
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1365-2958
Usage rank
160
Article count
11107
Free count
7066
Free percentage
0.636175
PDFs via platforms
CSA, Ovid from 2000, Ingenta, Gale, Wiley from 1987, Rcgp, and Proquest

  1. Steve Harris appointed editor for molecular biology and pathogenesis of fungi.

    Molecular Microbiology 91(6):1053 (2014) PMID 24606419

  2. Sorting of an integral outer membrane protein via the lipoprotein-specific Lol pathway and a dedicated lipoprotein pilotin.

    Molecular Microbiology 80(3):655 (2011) PMID 21338419

    We present indirect evidence that PulD protomers do not assemble into the secretin dodecamer before they reach the outer membrane, and that PulS reaches the outer membrane in a soluble heterodimer with the general lipoprotein chaperone LolA. However, we could not find any direct evidence for PulD pr...
  3. SAP1 is a critical post-transcriptional regulator of infectivity in malaria parasite sporozoite stages.

    Molecular Microbiology 79(4):929 (2011) PMID 21299648

    We previously identified a conserved sporozoite-specific protein, SAP1, which has an essential role in Plasmodium liver infection. Targeted deletion of SAP1 in Plasmodium yoelii caused the depletion of a number of selectively tested UIS transcripts in sporozoites, resulting in a complete early liver...
  4. Repression of ergosterol biosynthesis is essential for stress resistance and is mediated by the Hog1 MAP kinase and the Mot3 and Rox1 transc...

    Molecular Microbiology 79(4):1008 (2011) PMID 21299653

    We characterize a novel physiological determinant of osmostress tolerance, which involves the Hog1-dependent transcriptional downregulation of ergosterol biosynthesis genes (ERG). Yeast cells considerably lower their sterol content in response to high osmolarity. The transcriptional repressors Mot3...
  5. Involvement of the Aspergillus nidulans protein kinase C with farnesol tolerance is related to the unfolded protein response.

    Molecular Microbiology 78(5):1259 (2010) PMID 21091509

    We demonstrated that the Aspergillus nidulans calC2 mutation in protein kinase C pkcA was able to confer tolerance to farnesol (FOH), an isoprenoid that has been shown to inhibit proliferation and induce apoptosis. Here, we investigate in more detail the role played by A. nidulans pkcA in FOH tolera...
  6. Vancomycin tolerance in clinical and laboratory Streptococcus pneumoniae isolates depends on reduced enzyme activity of the major LytA autol...

    Molecular Microbiology :no (2010) PMID 20598082

    We examined two vancomycin-tolerant clinical isolates, i.e., a purported autolysin negative (LytA(-)), serotype 23F isolate (strain S3), and the serotype 14 strain "Tupelo" which is considered a paradigm of vancomycin tolerance. S3 was characterized here as carrying a frameshift mutation in the lytA...
  7. Phytoplasma PMU1 exists as linear chromosomal and circular extrachromosomal elements and has enhanced expression in insect vectors compared ...

    Molecular Microbiology 77(6):1406 (2010) PMID 20662777

    We show that AY-WB has a chromosomal linear PMU1 (L-PMU1) and an extrachromosomal circular PMU1 (C-PMU1). The C-PMU1 copy number was consistently higher by in average ca. 5-fold in insects compared to plants and PMU1 gene expression levels were also considerably higher in insects indicating that C-P...
  8. The beta-subunits of the Snf1 kinase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Gal83 and Sip2, but not Sip1, are redundant in glucose derepression and re...

    Molecular Microbiology 77(2):371 (2010) PMID 20545859

    We used a systematic approach to study the role of the three beta-subunits by analyzing all 7 possible combinations of beta-subunit deletions together with the reference strain. Previous studies showed that the three beta-subunits are redundant for growth on alternative carbon sources. Here we repor...
  9. The inducer maltotriose binds in the central cavity of the tetratricopeptide-like sensor domain of MalT, a bacterial STAND transcription fac...

    Molecular Microbiology 77(3):628 (2010) PMID 20545845

    Summary Signal transduction ATPases with numerous domains (STAND) are sophisticated proteins that integrate several signals and respond by building multimeric platforms allowing signaling in various processes: apoptosis, innate immunity, bacterial metabolism. They comprise a conserve...
  10. Identification of a regulatory cascade controlling Type III Secretion System 3 gene expression in Burkholderia pseudomallei.

    Molecular Microbiology 76(3):677 (2010) PMID 20345664

    We discovered a TetR family regulator (bspR) responsible for the control of T3SS3 gene expression. The bspR mutant exhibited significant virulence attenuation in mice. BspR acts through BprP, a novel transmembrane regulator located adjacent to the currently delineated T3SS3 region. BprP in turn regu...