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Although homologs of the ATP-dependent Lon protease exist in all domains of life, the relevance of this protease in archaeal physiology remains a mystery. In this study, we have constructed and phenotypically characterized deletion and conditional lon mutants in the model haloarchaeon Haloferax volcanii to elucidate the role of the unusual membrane-bound(More)
The function of membrane proteases range from general house-keeping to regulation of cellular processes. Although the biological role of these enzymes in archaea is poorly understood, some of them are implicated in the biogenesis of the archaeal cell envelope and surface structures. The membrane-bound ATP-dependent Lon protease is essential for cell(More)
This data article provides information in support of the research article "Global role of the membrane protease LonB in Archaea: Potential protease targets revealed by quantitative proteome analysis of a lonB mutant in Haloferax volcanii" [1]. The proteome composition of a wt and a LonB protease mutant strain (suboptimal expression) in the archaeon(More)
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