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Amino Acid Sequence

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  • The amino acid sequences of these regions bear no resemblance to those found in other regulatory proteins with a similar arrangement of cysteine residues [31].
  • We note that the amino acid sequence of SpoIIAB shows some similarity to a group of bacterial histidine protein kinases, and we find that SpoIIAB is indeed a protein kinase that phosphorylates SpoIIAA on a serine residue [32].
  • The 60K and 22K species contain amino acid sequences not found in the 90K species , and the 60K species has several unique, methionine-containing peptides not found in either the 22K or 90K species [33].
  • The second determinant, identified in the present work, is a specific lysine residue whose function in the degradation signal is not dependent on the unique amino acid sequences in the vicinity of the residue [34].

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