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Quantitative analysis of the Brucella suis proteome reveals metabolic adaptation to long-term nutrient starvation

Sascha Al Dahouk12*, Véronique Jubier-Maurin345, Heinrich Neubauer6 and Stephan Köhler345

Author Affiliations

1 Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, Diedersdorfer Weg 1, D-12277, Berlin Germany

2 Department of Internal Medicine III, RWTH Aachen University, Pauwelsstraße 30, D-52074, Aachen Germany

3 Université Montpellier I, Centre d’études d’agents Pathogènes et Biotechnologie pour la Santé (CPBS), Montpellier, France

4 CNRS, UMR 5236, CPBS, F-34293, Montpellier, France

5 Université Montpellier II, CPBS, F-34095, Montpellier, France

6 Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, National Reference Laboratories for Brucella spec. Infections, Naumburgerstraβe 96a, D-07743, Jena, Germany

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BMC Microbiology 2013, 13:199  doi:10.1186/1471-2180-13-199

Published: 4 September 2013

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Detailed view of up-regulated proteins of Brucella under starvation conditions. Description: Detailed view of the protein profiles of B. suis 1330 after six weeks under starvation conditions in a salt solution, as shown in Figure 2. Under starvation up-regulated proteins with their corresponding ID numbers are presented in (A) for proteins with a pI of 4–7, in (B) for those with a pI of 6–11.

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Detailed view of down-regulated proteins of Brucella under starvation conditions. Description: Detailed view of the protein profiles of B. suis 1330 after six weeks under starvation conditions in a salt solution, as presented in Figure 3. Under starvation down-regulated proteins with their corresponding ID numbers are shown.

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