Crosslinking suggested that the C-terminal end of the LptC [beta]-jellyroll interacted with the N-terminal end of the LptA [beta]-jellyroll, and the C-terminal end of the LptA [beta]-jellyroll interacted with the N-terminal end of the LptD [beta]-jellyroll .
LPS was crosslinked to LptA and LptC when Bph was incorporated in the hydrophobic cleft of their [beta]-jellyrolls but not when Bph was incorporated on the outer surface of their [beta]-jellyrolls thus supporting transport along a continuous hydrophobic slide [123, 124].
In addition, LptF and LptG have periplasmic [beta]-jellyroll domains similar to those of LptA, LptC, and LptD [128-132].
As part of the ongoing renovations at LPTC, the Application Laboratory will be updated in several steps.
Commissioned in 1985, this is the fourth major construction project at LPTC, where more than 50 Polymers Americas employees provide Technical Service, Product Development, Plant Support and Analytical Services.