By Robert K. Poole

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2004b) (Table 1B). Since B. halodurans C-125 is not genetically accessible, a deletion strain (SC34) of the ncbA gene that encodes the B. pseudofirmus OF4 homologue, NaVBP was constructed. The B. , 2007a). , 2004b). , 2007a). The mechanism and nature of the channel effect on chemotaxis will be of interest in other organisms in which channels may also interact with the chemotaxis pathway. Finally, we note that properties of the membrane and secondary cell wall polymers (SCWPs; see Fig. 7) of alkaliphiles appear to play a role in alkaliphily that still needs more intensive investigation.

Evidence for dynamic physical interaction between the terminal oxidase and ATP synthase of B. , 2007). , 2007). Figure 9 depicts a segment of the CtaC protein of caa3-type cytochrome oxidase that is close to the outside of the membrane in proximity to the subunit, CtaD, from which pumped protons emerge. , 1993; Hicks and Krulwich, 1995). Secondary cell wall teichuronic acids are essential for alkaliphily in B. , 1999). This is not the case with the S-layer polymer (SlpA) of B. pseudofirmus OF4.

Coli to have such a role. The one additional antiporter that has been shown to support alkalitolerance via low affinity (Naþ)Kþ/Hþ antiport above the pH range for NhaA is a known multi-drug antiporter of E. , 2004). It is interesting that a drug/Hþ antiporter has cation/proton activity in both E. coli and B. subtilis. , 2005). The neutralophile B. , 1994, 1996). Elements of the B. subtilis active iontransport cycles that support pH homeostasis include a diverse array of antiporters (Fig. 7A). , 1994, 1996).

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