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Effects of CO2 in fungi
Effects of CO2 in fungi
Volume 79, June 2024, 102488Author links open overlay panel, Carbon dioxide supplies carbon for photosynthetic species and...
The many roles of sulfur in the fungal–host interaction
The many roles of sulfur in the fungal–host interaction
In living organisms, sulfur is the seventh most abundant mineral and undoubtedly one of the most important and reactive el...
Natural product discovery in soil actinomycetes: unlocking their potential within an ecological context
Natural product discovery in soil actinomycetes: unlocking their potential within an ecological context
Natural products (NPs) produced by bacteria, particularly soil actinomycetes, often possess diverse bioactivities and play...
Archaea oxidizing alkanes through alkyl-coenzyme M reductases
Archaea oxidizing alkanes through alkyl-coenzyme M reductases
This review synthesizes recent discoveries of novel archaea clades capable of oxidizing higher alkanes, from volatile ones...
Co-ordinated assembly of the multilayered cell envelope of Gram-negative bacteria
Co-ordinated assembly of the multilayered cell envelope of Gram-negative bacteria
Bacteria surround themselves with complex cell envelopes to maintain their integrity and protect against external insults....
Positioning of cellular components by the ParA/MinD family of ATPases
Positioning of cellular components by the ParA/MinD family of ATPases
The ParA/MinD (A/D) family of ATPases spatially organize an array of genetic- and protein-based cellular cargos across the...
Entering deeper into the mysteries of the GroEL–GroES nanomachine
Entering deeper into the mysteries of the GroEL–GroES nanomachine
The intracellular space is characterized by macromolecular crowding, featuring cytosolic macromolecules at concentrations ...
Implications of lytic phage infections inducing persistence
Implications of lytic phage infections inducing persistence
Volume 79, June 2024, 102482Author links open overlay panel, , Phage therapy holds much promise as an alternative to antib...
Bacterial synthase-dependent exopolysaccharide secretion: a focus on cellulose
Bacterial synthase-dependent exopolysaccharide secretion: a focus on cellulose
Bacterial biofilms are a prevalent multicellular life form in which individual members can undergo significant functional ...
Time to switch gears: how long noncoding RNAs function as epigenetic regulators in Apicomplexan parasites
Time to switch gears: how long noncoding RNAs function as epigenetic regulators in Apicomplexan parasites
Apicomplexan parasites are a heterogeneous group of more than 6000 intracellular protists [1], many of which have importan...
Phage transmission strategies: are phages farming their host?
Phage transmission strategies: are phages farming their host?
Bacterial viruses (also referred to as bacteriophages or phages) are ubiquitous in nature, and although they require a hos...
PII-like signaling proteins: a new paradigm in orchestrating cellular homeostasis
PII-like signaling proteins: a new paradigm in orchestrating cellular homeostasis
Members of the PII superfamily are versatile, multitasking signaling proteins ubiquitously found in all domains of life. T...
Transcript tinkering: RNA modifications in protozoan parasites
Transcript tinkering: RNA modifications in protozoan parasites
Apicomplexan and trypanosomatid parasites have evolved a wide range of post-transcriptional processes that allow them to r...
Cell wall synthesizing complexes in Mycobacteriales
Cell wall synthesizing complexes in Mycobacteriales
Members of the order Mycobacteriales are distinguished by a characteristic diderm cell envelope, setting them apart from o...
Neuroinvasion and neurotropism of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection
Neuroinvasion and neurotropism of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection
Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the causative agent of coronavirus disease 2019, contributes...
Renal implications of coronavirus disease 2019: insights into viral tropism and clinical outcomes
Renal implications of coronavirus disease 2019: insights into viral tropism and clinical outcomes
In recent years, multiple coronaviruses have emerged, with the latest one, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2...
The menace within: bacterial amyloids as a trigger for autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases
The menace within: bacterial amyloids as a trigger for autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases
Bacteria are known to produce amyloids, proteins characterized by a conserved cross-beta sheet structure, which exhibit st...
The intricate organizational strategy of nucleus-forming phages
The intricate organizational strategy of nucleus-forming phages
Subcellular organization is important for all forms of life. Even viruses are known to create replication factories and ad...
Histone code: a common language and multiple dialects to meet the different developmental requirements of apicomplexan parasites
Histone code: a common language and multiple dialects to meet the different developmental requirements of apicomplexan parasites
The interaction between the nucleosome and the DNA wrapped around it has direct effects on chromatin structure at the gene...
Getting to the point: unipolar growth of Hyphomicrobiales
Getting to the point: unipolar growth of Hyphomicrobiales
The governing principles and suites of genes for lateral elongation or incorporation of new cell wall material along the l...
Proteomic composition of eukaryotic and bacterial RNA decay condensates suggests convergent evolution
Proteomic composition of eukaryotic and bacterial RNA decay condensates suggests convergent evolution
Historically, membrane-less compartments have been described as granules, foci, cellular bodies, cellular aggregates, and ...
The type IVc pilus: just a Tad different
The type IVc pilus: just a Tad different
Bacteria utilize type IV pili (T4P) to interact with their environment, where they facilitate processes including motility...
Virulence-associated factors as targets for phage infection
Virulence-associated factors as targets for phage infection
Bacterial pathogens can infect a wide range of hosts and pose a threat to public and animal health as well as to agricultu...
Regulation of sexual commitment in malaria parasites — a complex affair
Regulation of sexual commitment in malaria parasites — a complex affair
Malaria blood stage parasites commit to either one of two distinct cellular fates while developing within erythrocytes of ...
Differences and similarities between innate immune evasion strategies of human coronaviruses
Differences and similarities between innate immune evasion strategies of human coronaviruses
So far, seven coronaviruses have emerged in humans. Four recurring endemic coronaviruses cause mild respiratory symptoms. ...
Function of autophagy genes in innate immune defense against mucosal pathogens
Function of autophagy genes in innate immune defense against mucosal pathogens
Mucosal surfaces are the first line of contact for most pathogens, with the respiratory, intestinal, and reproductive trac...
Host determinants and responses underlying SARS-CoV-2 liver tropism
Host determinants and responses underlying SARS-CoV-2 liver tropism
Hepatic sequelae are frequently reported in coronavirus disease 2019 cases and are correlated with increased disease sever...
The expanding universe of contractile injection systems in bacteria
The expanding universe of contractile injection systems in bacteria
Contractile injection systems (CISs) are phage tail–like machineries found in a wide range of bacteria. They are often dep...
Upping the ante: enhanced expression of interferon-antagonizing ORF6 and ORF9b proteins by SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern
Upping the ante: enhanced expression of interferon-antagonizing ORF6 and ORF9b proteins by SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern
SARS-CoV-2 causes COVID-19, a disease that was originally characterized by atypical pneumonia, but later as the virus and ...
Ecology and evolution of algal–fungal symbioses
Ecology and evolution of algal–fungal symbioses
Interactions between fungi and algae are ancient and diverse in form and function, ranging from parasitisms to mutualisms ...