A parts list for fungal cellulosomes revealed by comparative genomics

  title={A parts list for fungal cellulosomes revealed by comparative genomics},
  author={Charles H. Haitjema and Sean P. Gilmore and John K. Henske and Kevin V Solomon and Randall de Groot and Alan Kuo and Stephen J Mondo and Asaf A. Salamov and Kurt LaButti and Zhiying Zhao and Jennifer Chiniquy and Kerrie W Barry and Heather M Brewer and Samuel Owen Purvine and Aaron T Wright and Matthieu Hainaut and Brigitte Boxma and Theo A. van Alen and Johannes H. P. Hackstein and Bernard Henrissat and Scott E Baker and Igor V. Grigoriev and Michelle A O'Malley},
  journal={Nature Microbiology},
Cellulosomes are large, multiprotein complexes that tether plant biomass-degrading enzymes together for improved hydrolysis1. These complexes were first described in anaerobic bacteria, where species-specific dockerin domains mediate the assembly of enzymes onto cohesin motifs interspersed within protein scaffolds1. The versatile protein assembly mechanism conferred by the bacterial cohesin–dockerin interaction is now a standard design principle for synthetic biology2,3. For decades, analogous… CONTINUE READING
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