Oversynthesis of a new Escherichia coli small RNA suppresses export toxicity of DsbA'-PhoA unfoldable periplasmic proteins.


In Escherichia coli, the DsbA'-PhoA hybrid proteins carrying an unfoldable DsbA' fragment can be targeted to the envelope, where they exert their toxicity. Hybrid proteins stick to the periplasmic face of the inner membrane and paralyze the export mechanism, becoming lethal if sufficiently overproduced and if not degraded by the DegP protease (A. Guigueno… (More)


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