Herbicide resistance from a divided EPSPS protein: the split Synechocystis DnaE intein as an in vivo affinity domain.


We report that the N- and C-terminal splicing domains of the intein found in the dnaE gene of Synechocystis sp. PCC6803 (Ssp DnaE intein) are capable of association in vivo and in vitro, even with key splicing residues changed to alanine (Cys(1), Asn(159), and Cys(+1) to Ala). These studies utilized the herbicide resistant form of 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3… (More)


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