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Progresses on Structure of Outer Membrane Protein OmpF from Escherichia Coli

ZHAO Zhi-ping1,NIE Xin1,2,LI Zai-xin1,ZHANG Zhi1,XIE Wan-ru1,WANG Yi-jun1(1.School of Chemical and Pharmacentical Engineering,Sichuan University of Science & Engineering, Zigong 643000,China;2.School of Biotechnology Engineering of Chongqing University,Chongqing 400044,China)  
OmpF is the one of the most important outer membrane proteins of Escherichia coli.The ion channel formed by OmpF is the main passage for substance exchange of Escherichia coli with the environment,which allows hydrophilic solutes with molecular mass up to 600 Da across the outer membrane.OmpF plays crucial roles in the drug resistance,anti-acidic resistance and anti-osmotic pressure of Escherichia coli,which is closely related with the structure of OmpF.The present review describes the structure properties of the outer membrane protein OmpF and its component Loop 3.
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