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Mechanisms of Bacterial Envelope Stress From Within and Without
The bacterial cell envelope is the frontline protective barrier between the cell and the environment. It is a complex multilayered structure essential for maintaining cellular integrity and plays a crucial defensive role ...
Single-Molecule Studies of Bacterial Chromosome Organization and Segregation
The bacterial chromosome is dramatically compacted into a subcellular structure called nucleoid. Simultaneously, it must be organized to allow the protein machinery for essential cellular processes to gain access to the ...