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Cloning and primary structure of the wide-spectrum amidase from Brevibacterium sp. R312: high homology to the amiE product from Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

A Brevibacterium sp. R312 DNA fragment encoding the wide-spectrum amidase (EC has been cloned and sequenced, using limited amino acid (aa) sequence information obtained from the purified enzyme. The deduced aa sequence showed more than 80% strict identity with the Pseudomonas aeruginosa aliphatic amidase, the product of the amiE gene, suggesting a horizontal transfer of the gene during evolution between Gram+ and Gram- bacteria.[1]


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