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A mortise-tenon joint in the transmembrane domain modulates autotransporter assembly into bacterial outer membranes

Leyton, Denisse; Johnson, Matthew D.; Thapa, Rajiv; Huysmans, Gerard H.M.; Dunstan, Rhys A.; Celik, Nermin; Shen, Hsin-Hui; Loo, Dorothy; Bleousoff, Matthew J.; Purcell, Anthony; Henderson, Ian R; Beddoe, Travis; Rossjohn, J; Martin, Lisandra; Strugnell, R; Lithgow, Trevor


Bacterial autotransporters comprise a 12-stranded membrane-embedded Î 2-barrel domain, which must be folded in a process that entraps segments of an N-terminal passenger domain. This first stage of autotransporter folding determines whether subsequent tr

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Date published: 2014
Type: Journal article
Source: Nature Communications
DOI: 10.1038/ncomms5239
Access Rights: Open Access


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