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D by other, yet unidentified pore proteins in M. tuberculosis, but would probably not contribute significantly to its outer membrane permeability. Proteins encoded by the ompATb operon are involved in ammonia release by M. tuberculosis to adapt to acidic environments In the absence of any detectable porin activity, what then might be the real function of OmpATb? It was found previously that ompATb

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