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The most common mechanism responsible for the resistance in the population of patients surveyed in this study was the efflux pump due to the presence of mefA gene (M phenotype).
A twofold increase in the net proton efflux was also
To understand the possible resistance mechanism, MICs for 2 lincosamides (clindamycin and lincomycin) were determined by using a microbroth dilution method in the presence and absence of 10 mg/L of the efflux pump inhibitor reserpine (Sigma Chemicals, St Louis, MO, USA), as described (7); S.
When Schweizer mutated the gene for one key pump, the bacteria quickly regained their triclosan defense by increasing production of other efflux pumps.
Efflux Pumps of Gram-Negative Bacteria: Genetic Responses to Stress and the Modulation of Their Activity by pH, Inhibitors, and Phenothiazines (Leonard Amaral, Seamus Fanning, and Jean-Marie Pags).
The B-CLEAR technology enables effective measurement of uptake and efflux into the bile pocket, and the overall integrated effect of transporters and metabolism can also be evaluated.
Extensive studies have revealed that the main mechanism of multidrug resistance is via the efflux mechanism based on the function of P-glycoprotein (Johnstone et al.
2] efflux might greatly influence the atmospheric chemistry and heat balance (Sulzman et al.
The topics include designing and implementing vertically emitting distributed feedback lasers for biological sensing, SPR screening of chemical microarrays for fragment-based discovery, non-radioactive rubidium efflux assay technology for screening ion channels, and SPR-based direct binding assays in drug discovery.
They found that upon infecting macrophages, the bacteria deploy a structure called an efflux pump.
CERAMIDE ENHANCES CHOLESTEROL EFFLUX TO APOLIPOPROTEIN A-I BY INCREASING THE CELL SURFACE PRESENCE OF ATP-BINDING CASSETTE TRANSPORTER A1