Genetic evidence of a coupling role for the TraG protein family in bacterial conjugation

@article{Cabezn1997GeneticEO,
  title={Genetic evidence of a coupling role for the TraG protein family in bacterial conjugation},
  author={Elena Cabez{\'o}n and Jorge Sastre and Fernando de la Cruz},
  journal={Molecular and General Genetics MGG},
  year={1997},
  volume={254},
  pages={400-406}
}
The ability of conjugative plasmids from six different incompatibility groups to mobilize a set of mobilizable plasmids was examined. The mobilization frequencies of plasmids RSF1010, ColE1, ColE3, and CloDF13 varied over seven orders of magnitude, depending on the helper conjugative plasmid used. Mobilization of CloDF13 was unique in that it did not require TrwB, TraG or TraD (all members of the TraG family) for mobilization by R388, RP4 or F, respectively. CloDF13 itself codes for an… CONTINUE READING
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