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ags  -  hypothetical protein

Agrobacterium tumefaciens

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Disease relevance of ags


High impact information on ags

  • Analysis of the DNA sequence of the gene encoding this activity, called agcA, showed it to be about 60% identical to T-DNA ags genes [1].
  • The pathway for the biosynthesis of the opine agropine is thought to require an enzyme, mannopine cyclase, coded for by the ags gene located in the T(R) region of octopine-type Ti plasmids [1].
  • Tumor cells containing a T region in which ags was mutated lacked this activity and did not contain agropine [1].


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