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Zea mays L. transglutaminase expression in Escherichia coli

AuthorsCarvajal, Patricia ; Villalobos, Enrique; Campos, Alexandre; Torné, J. Mª.; Barberà, Eduard; Santos, Mireya
Issue Date10-Oct-2006
PublisherBioMed Central
CitationMicrobial Cell Factories 2006, 5(Suppl 1):P8
AbstractFirst paragraph (this article has no abstract) Transglutaminase (protein-glutamine:amine γ-glutamyl-transferase, E.C. catalyses acyl-transfer reactions between γ-carboxyamide groups of glutamine residues and the ε -amino group of lysines in proteins, leading to inter- or intramolecular cross-linking. Transglutaminases (TGs) have been found in mammals, plants, fish, nematodes and bacteria. Two maize cDNA clones (TGZ15 and TGZ21) that expressed active transglutaminase localized in chloroplasts were isolated [1,2].
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