Quaternary structure and biochemical properties of mycobacterial RNase E/G.

Abstract

The RNase E/G family of endoribonucleases plays the central role in numerous post-transcriptional mechanisms in Escherichia coli and, presumably, in other bacteria, including human pathogens. To learn more about specific properties of RNase E/G homologues from pathogenic Gram-positive bacteria, a polypeptide comprising the catalytic domain of Mycobacterium… (More)

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