Journal : Proteome Science , vol. 8 , p. 12 , 2010
International Standard Numbers
Printed : 1477-5956
Electronic : 1477-5956
Publication type : Academic article
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Conclusion: The results provide an overview of potentially important proteins that E. faecalis V583 needs to regulate in order to survive and adapt to a bile-rich environment, among which are several proteins involved in fatty acid and phospholipid biosynthesis pathways. In addition, this study reveals several hypothetical proteins, which are both abundant and clearly regulated and thus stand out as targets for future studies on bile stress.