Data for the paper, "Bacteria in an intense competition for iron: key component of the C. jejuni iron uptake system scavenges enterobactin hydrolysis product"



The dataset contains NMR, IR and mass spectra and data files relating to the electronic absorbance, fluorescence and circular dichroism spectroscopic investigations described in the paper 'The periplasmic binding protein CeuE of Campylobacter jejuni preferentially binds the iron(III) complex of the linear dimer component of enterobactin'.
Date made available22 Jul 2015
PublisherUniversity of York

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