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nodJ  -  nodulation protein NodJ

Sinorhizobium fredii NGR234

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Disease relevance of nodJ

  • The nodI and nodJ gene products shared about 70% sequence similarity with the corresponding Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viciae proteins; NodI belongs to the family of ATP-binding proteins that are constituents of bacterial binding protein-dependent transport systems [1].
  • We have studied nodlJ of Azorhizobium caulinodans ORS571 by analysis of cell-associated and secreted radioactively labelled Nod factors in wild-type ORS571, a nodJ mutant and a complemented strain [2].

High impact information on nodJ

  • The strain DH5 alpha (pUCNABCSU) synthesized LCOs, but they were only secreted when a plasmid containing both nodl and nodJ was supplied in trans. nodl or nodJ alone was not sufficient [2].
  • The role of the nodI and nodJ genes in the transport of Nod metabolites in Rhizobium etli [3].
  • By contrast, mutations in the nodI and nodJ genes produced a Nod+ phenotype with a reduced number of nodules on the temperate hosts [4].
  • Genes corresponding to the two open reading frames identified are named nodI and nodJ [5].

Biological context of nodJ


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