V. P. Bargrasser

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IgA1-specific proteinases (Igase) are known as a pivotal pathogenicity factor in meningococcus (Neisseria meningitides) and in some related bacteria. These enzymes belong to the trypsin-like clan of serine proteases. They exhibit high substrate selectivity, being able to discriminate between IgA1 and IgA2 and to distinguish the human IgA1 from IgA1 of(More)
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