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  • n. Plural form of siderophore.

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  • The researchers examined bacterial communities enveloping particles of sand and identified chemicals - called siderophores - produced by cultivable bacteria that act as growth factors for distantly related strains of uncultivable bacteria.

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  • Examining bacterial communities enveloping particles of sand, the Northeastern researchers identified chemicals - called siderophores - produced by cultivable bacteria that act as growth factors for distantly related strains of uncultivable bacteria.

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  • The researchers examined bacterial communities enveloping particles of sand and identified chemicals - called siderophores - produced by cultivable bacteria that act as growth factors for distantly related strains of uncultivable bacteria. "

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  • It turns out that a lot of species on the beaches around Boston-and presumably in a lot of other places in the world-don't make their own siderophores.

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  • The siderophores drift around, and sometimes manage to snag iron atoms.

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  • Instead, they rely on other species to produce siderophores, and once those molecules swallow up the iron, the bacteria that don't make siderophores snatch them up.

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  • And apparently, there are bacteria out there that are churning out siderophores despite the fact that other species are slurping up the iron they forage.

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  • So bacteria make iron-trapping molecules-siderophores-and release them through special channels.

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  • He carried out his doctorate work with Abraham Shanzer at the Weizmann Institute of Science focusing on the development of synthetic siderophores.

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  • Nicholson G, Rabsch W, Winkelmann G (2003) Salmochelins, siderophores of

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