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Export of proteins from the bacterial cytoplasm to a final destination in the periplasm and outer membrane is one example of the fundamental process occurring in all cells whereby polypeptides are transferred across biological membranes. Investigations on a variety of different systems have indicated similarities in the mechanism of this process. In the cases of bacterial protein export and the transfer of polypeptides across the endoplasmic reticulum in eukaryotic cells the processes are sodoi:10.1242/jcs.1989.supplement_11.3 fatcat:h6uc46seqzbofdafrrxfbaszxq