Moraxella catarrhalis synthesizes an autotransporter that is an acid phosphatase.

@article{Hoopman2008MoraxellaCS,
  title={Moraxella catarrhalis synthesizes an autotransporter that is an acid phosphatase.},
  author={Todd C Hoopman and Wei Wang and Chad A. Brautigam and Jennifer L Sedillo and Thomas James Reilly and Eric J. Hansen},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={2008},
  volume={190 4},
  pages={1459-72}
}
Moraxella catarrhalis O35E was shown to synthesize a 105-kDa protein that has similarity to both acid phosphatases and autotransporters. The N-terminal portion of the M. catarrhalis acid phosphatase A (MapA) was most similar (the BLAST probability score was 10(-10)) to bacterial class A nonspecific acid phosphatases. The central region of the MapA protein had similarity to passenger domains of other autotransporter proteins, whereas the C-terminal portion of MapA resembled the translocation… CONTINUE READING

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