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SecReT4 contains data from 925 references related to type IV secretion systems (T4SSs). Last Update: Aug 11, 2012

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References
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(22) Rego AT et al (2010). Two-step and one-step secretion mechanisms in Gram-negative bacteria: contrasting the type IV secretion system and the chaperone-usher pathway of pilus biogenesis. Biochem J. 425(3):475-88. [PudMed:20070257]
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(37) Zahrl D et al (2007). GroEL plays a central role in stress-induced negative regulation of bacterial conjugation by promoting proteolytic degradation of the activator protein TraJ. J Bacteriol. 189(16):5885-94. [PudMed:17586648]
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(43) Jones KM et al (2007). The type IV secretion system of Sinorhizobium meliloti strain 1021 is required for conjugation but not for intracellular symbiosis. J Bacteriol. 189(5):2133-8. [PudMed:17158676]
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