Engineering of Helicobacter pylori Dimeric Oxidoreductase DsbK (HP0231)

@article{BocianOstrzycka2016EngineeringOH,
  title={Engineering of Helicobacter pylori Dimeric Oxidoreductase DsbK (HP0231)},
  author={K. Bocian-Ostrzycka and Magdalena J. Grzeszczuk and A. Banaś and Katarzyna Jastrząb and K. Pisarczyk and Anna Kolarzyk and A. Łasica and J. Collet and E. K. Jagusztyn-Krynicka},
  journal={Frontiers in Microbiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={7}
}
The formation of disulfide bonds that are catalyzed by proteins of the Dsb (disulfide bond) family is crucial for the correct folding of many extracytoplasmic proteins. Thus, this formation plays an essential, pivotal role in the assembly of many virulence factors. The Helicobacter pylori disulfide bond-forming system is uncomplicated compared to the best-characterized Escherichia coli Dsb pathways. It possesses only two extracytoplasmic Dsb proteins named HP0377 and HP0231. As previously shown… Expand
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