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|Bad Bacteria Produce Super Glue|
|Article Category - --Science|
|Thursday, 23 February 2012 03:01|
Streptococcus pyogenes is known as one type of pathogenic bacteria or bad. These bacteria can cause throat infections, which caused the death by flesh eating disease syndrome.
Mark said, Streptococcus pyogenes is able to produce a protein called FbaB. This protein is able to bring together other proteins with super strong covalent bonds.
Researchers trying to unite the two buildings with FbaB protein and then try to separate them again with the atomic force. The trial results were published in the journal PNAS this week.
When SpyCatcher and SpyTag united, direct bond is formed within a few minutes. Ties will also be formed no matter the temperature or the acidity of the protein.
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