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How the cells remove copper
Date:12/20/2013

onella pneumophila, which normally can cause the deadly Legionnaires' disease, but which is here cloned in a harmless E-coli strain.

In 2011 the basic properties of the copper pump were mapped also at Aarhus University but it is not until now that the researchers have shown exactly how copper is released by the pump. There is still some research to be done into the various phases of the copper pump before the entire puzzle is completed.


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Contact: Poul Nissen
pn@mb.au.dk
45-28-99-22-95
Aarhus University
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