Arming the troops: post-translational modification of extracellular bacterial proteins

Martin Welch & Forrest Suzie
Protein secretion is almost universally employed by bacteria. Some proteins are retained on the cell surface, whereas others are released into the extracellular milieu, often playing a key role in virulence. In this review, we explore how the function, stability or activity of these secreted proteins is altered by post-translational modifications (PTMs).
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