Cohesin-dockerin interactions within and between Clostridium josui and Clostridium thermocellum: binding selectivity between cognate dockerin and cohesin domains and species specificity.

@article{Jindou2004CohesindockerinIW,
  title={Cohesin-dockerin interactions within and between Clostridium josui and Clostridium thermocellum: binding selectivity between cognate dockerin and cohesin domains and species specificity.},
  author={Sadanari Jindou and Akane Soda and Shuichi Karita and Tsutomu Kajino and Pierre B{\'e}guin and J. H. David Wu and Minoru Inagaki and Tetsuya Kimura and Kazuo Sakka and Kunio Ohmiya},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2004},
  volume={279 11},
  pages={9867-74}
}
The cellulosome components are assembled into the cellulosome complex by the interaction between one of the repeated cohesin domains of a scaffolding protein and the dockerin domain of an enzyme component. We prepared five recombinant cohesin polypeptides of the Clostridium thermocellum scaffolding protein CipA, two dockerin polypeptides of C. thermocellum Xyn11A and Xyn10C, four cohesin polypeptides of Clostridium josui CipA, and two dockerin polypeptides of C. josui Aga27A and Cel8A, and… CONTINUE READING
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