Structure-Function Profile of MmpL3, the Essential Mycolic Acid Transporter from Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Juan Manuel Belardinelli, Amira Yazidi, Liang Yang, Lucien Fabre, Wei Li, Benoit Jacques, Shiva Kumar Angala, Isabelle Rouiller, Helen I Zgurskaya, Jurgen Sygusch, Mary Jackson
ACS Infectious Diseases | AMER CHEMICAL SOC | Published : 2016
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This work was supported by a grant from the Potts Memorial Foundation (to M.J.), by National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Grants AI116525 (to M.J. and H.I.Z.) and AI092486 (to H.I.Z), and by GEPROM-FRSQ Intramural funding (to J.S., I.R., A.Y., and L.F.). The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH. We thank Dr. Michael Bott (Institut fur Bio- and Geowissenschaften, Germany) for the pAN6 expression plasmid. The Facility for Electron Microscopy Research at McGill University (FEMR) provided access to electron microscopes. Proteomics analyses were performed by the Center for Advanced Proteomics Analyses at the Universite de Montreal, a Node of the Canadian Genomic Innovation Network that is supported by the Canadian government through Genome Canada.