The binding of Cellulomonas fimi endoglucanase C (CenC) to cellulose and Sephadex is mediated by the N-terminal repeats.


Endoglucanase C (CenC) from Cellulomonas fimi binds to cellulose and to Sephadex. The enzyme has two contiguous 150-amino-acid repeats (N1 and N2) at its N-terminus and two unrelated contiguous 100-amino-acid repeats (C1 and C2) at its C-terminus. Polypeptides corresponding to N1, N1N2, C1, and C1C2 were produced by expression of appropriate cenC gene… (More)


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