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Oligomeric state affects oxygen dissociation and diguanylate cyclase activity of globin coupled sensors

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Abstract

Bacterial biofilm formation is regulated by enzymes, such as diguanylate cyclases, that respond to environmental signals and alter c-di-GMP levels. Diguanylate cyclase activity of two globin coupled sensors is shown to be regulated by gaseous ligands, with cyclase activity and O2 dissociation affected by protein oligomeric state.

Graphical abstract: Oligomeric state affects oxygen dissociation and diguanylate cyclase activity of globin coupled sensors

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Submitted
20 Jun 2014
Accepted
22 Aug 2014
First published
22 Aug 2014

Mol. BioSyst., 2014,10, 2823-2826
Article type
Communication
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Oligomeric state affects oxygen dissociation and diguanylate cyclase activity of globin coupled sensors

J. L. Burns, D. Douglas Deer and E. E. Weinert, Mol. BioSyst., 2014, 10, 2823
DOI: 10.1039/C4MB00366G

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