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accF  -  opine catabolic protein

Agrobacterium fabrum str. C58

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Disease relevance of accF

 

High impact information on accF

  • Southern hybridizations indicated that several other Ti and opine-catabolic plasmids contain more than one copy of genes homologous to traR [2].
  • In contrast, other Ti plasmids and a conjugally active Agrobacterium opine catabolic plasmid, pAtK84b, efficiently mobilized pTiC58 oriT clones [3].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of accF

  • However, two chemically dissimilar opines, nopaline and agrocinopines A and B, induce transfer of the opine catabolic plasmid pAtK84b found in the nonpathogenic Agrobacterium radiobacter isolate K84 [4].
  • In strains also harboring pAtK84b, the opine catabolic plasmid of Agrobacterium radiobacter K84, induction of the agrocinopine A catabolic locus of this plasmid had no such effect on agrocin 84 production [5].

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