Involvement of the twin-arginine translocation system in protein secretion via the type II pathway.

Abstract

The general secretory pathway (GSP) is a two-step process for the secretion of proteins by Gram-negative bacteria. The translocation across the outer membrane is carried out by the type II system, which involves machinery called the secreton. This step is considered to be an extension of the general export pathway, i.e. the export of proteins across the… (More)

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