International Journal of Genetic Modifications and Recombinations

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Special Issue

DNA Transport is Uptake during DNA Transformation

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

DNA transport is crucial for chromosome segregation and intercellular gene transfer, among other biological processes. We concentrate on SpoIIIE because it is one of the members of a family of bacterial proteins involved in DNA transfer whose function has recently made strides in understanding. Numerous activities, including cell division, conjugation (mating), and the resolution of chromosome dimers may be coupled to DNA transport, according to studies of SpoIIIE-like proteins. Operationally, uptake is the process by which exogenous, DNase-sensitive DNA is changed into a DNase-protected state. In Gram-positive bacteria, DNA uptake is equivalent to passage across the cytoplasmic membrane, whereas, in Gram-negative bacteria, this protection can be obtained by crossing the outer membrane.


SpoIIIE, DNA transport, Gram-positive bacteria, Chromosome, Gene transfer

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