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Tet(L) and tet(K) tetracycline-divalent metal/H+ antiporters: characterization of multiple catalytic modes and a mutagenesis approach to differences in their efflux substrate and coupling ion preferences.

Tet(L) and tet(K) tetracycline-divalent metal/H+ antiporters: characterization of multiple catalytic modes and a mutagenesis approach to differences in their efflux substrate and coupling ion preferences. J Bacteriol. 2002 Sep; 184(17):4722-32.

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