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May 26, 2017

Volume 292Issue 21p8544-8999
Open Access
On The Cover: Monotype illustration of the Streptococcus pyogenes Spy0125 adhesin extended by mechanical force. The Spy0125 adhesin relies on an internal thioester bond to attach to target substrates. Mechanical forces switch the reactivity of the thioester bond to amine nucleophiles from reversible to irreversible substrate binding. Artwork by Genevieve Irwin and Daniel Echelman. For details see the article by Echelman et al., pages 8988–8997....
On The Cover: Monotype illustration of the Streptococcus pyogenes Spy0125 adhesin extended by mechanical force. The Spy0125 adhesin relies on an internal thioester bond to attach to target substrates. Mechanical forces switch the reactivity of the thioester bond to amine nucleophiles from reversible to irreversible substrate binding. Artwork by Genevieve Irwin and Daniel Echelman. For details see the article by Echelman et al., pages 8988–8997.

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