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October 26, 2018

Volume 293Issue 43p16546-16952
Open Access
On The Cover: The cover depicts DsbD, an essential enzyme for the viability of Neisseria gonorrhoeae. DsbD mediates electron flow from the gonococcal cytoplasm to the periplasm via its redox-active domains (6DNL and 6DPS, shown as blue traces with orange and yellow active sites, respectively). This image was prepared by Roxanne P. Smith and Charlene M. Kahler. For details, see the article by Smith et al., pages 16559–16571....
On The Cover: The cover depicts DsbD, an essential enzyme for the viability of Neisseria gonorrhoeae. DsbD mediates electron flow from the gonococcal cytoplasm to the periplasm via its redox-active domains (6DNL and 6DPS, shown as blue traces with orange and yellow active sites, respectively). This image was prepared by Roxanne P. Smith and Charlene M. Kahler. For details, see the article by Smith et al., pages 16559–16571.

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