Microbial Siderophore Enterobactin Promotes Mitochondrial Iron Uptake and Development of the Host via Interaction with ATP Synthase

Cell64.50
Volume: 175, Issue: 2, Pages: 571 - 582.e11
Published: Oct 1, 2018
Abstract
Elucidating the benefits of individual microbiota-derived molecules in host animals is important for understanding the symbiosis between humans and their microbiota. The bacteria-secreted enterobactin (Ent) is an iron scavenging siderophore with presumed negative effects on hosts. However, the high prevalence of Ent-producing commensal bacteria in the human gut raises the intriguing question regarding a potential host mechanism to beneficially...
Paper Details
Title
Microbial Siderophore Enterobactin Promotes Mitochondrial Iron Uptake and Development of the Host via Interaction with ATP Synthase
Published Date
Oct 1, 2018
Journal
Volume
175
Issue
2
Pages
571 - 582.e11
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