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efflux

The expiration of a prescribed period of time,such as the end of a lease.
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Some resistant strains utilize an efflux mechanism, where the bacterium utilizes a membrane associated protein that pumps the macrolide out of the cell, severely reducing the antimicrobial effect.
high malate efflux with the alt1 locus in populations exhibiting
Low-level lincosamide resistance suggests the presence of some efflux mechanism, even if no inhibition by reserpine was observed.
Efflux Pumps of the Resistance-Nodulation-Division Family: A Perspective of Their Structure, Function, and Regulation in Gram-Negative Bacteria (Mathew D.
Whether a user is interested in uptake transporter knockouts or efflux transporter knockouts, measuring changes in intracellular concentration is the perfect readout to understand their effects," said Dr.
After the accumulation period, efflux was initiated by sedimentation at 800 rpm and resuspension in rhodamine-free medium (improved minimum essential medium with 10% FBS) at 37 [degrees]C in 5% C[O.
Paradoxically, it is the infected macrophage itself that stimulates the efflux pumps in the bacteria.
To study the potential role of ceramide in this process, we treated a variety of cell lines with 20 microM C2-ceramide and examined apolipoprotein-mediated cholesterol efflux to lipid-free apoA-I.
Efflux pump mediated multidrug resistance has become a significant complicating factor in the chemotherapy of bacterial infections.
We were especially pleased to see the increases in pre-beta HDL of in excess of 30%, cholesterol efflux above 10%, serum ApoA-I above 10%, and HDL-C above 10% (not statistically significant) versus placebo.
The isolate from the second patient was resistant to erythromycin and susceptible to clindamycin, exhibited the M phenotype on the double-disk diffusion assay (D test), and harbored the msrA gene, encoding an efflux pump (8).