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Inteins are protein-intervening sequences that are translated with the host protein and can self-excise themselves post-translationally in an autocatalytic process. The flanking regions--called exteins--are then re-ligated with a new peptide bond, resulting in a mature host protein. Previously, we have identified inteins in the highly conserved 3.2 region(More)
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