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STRING protein interaction network
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MltAMurein-degrading enzyme. May play a role in recycling of muropeptides during cell elongation and/or cell division. (385 aa)    
Predicted Functional Partners:
mltG
Functions as a peptidoglycan terminase that cleaves nascent peptidoglycan strands endolytically to terminate their elongation.
      
 0.933
safA
Membrane-bound lytic murein transglycosylase D; spore_safA: spore coat assembly SafA domain protein
   
  
 0.930
DR97_3867
Lytic transglycosylase with a strong preference for naked glycan strands that lack stem peptides
   
  
 0.928
mltB1
mltB: lytic murein transglycosylase B
    
 
 0.894
sltB1
mltB: lytic murein transglycosylase B
    
 
 0.894
rlpA
Lytic transglycosylase with a strong preference for naked glycan strands that lack stem peptides
   
  
 0.886
mltF
Murein-degrading enzyme that degrades murein glycan strands and insoluble, high-molecular weight murein sacculi, with the concomitant formation of a 1,6-anhydromuramoyl product. Lytic transglycosylases (LTs) play an integral role in the metabolism of the peptidoglycan (PG) sacculus. Their lytic action creates space within the PG sacculus to allow for its expansion as well as for the insertion of various structures such as secretion systems and flagella.
      
 0.873
Slt
annotation not available
      
 0.857
NlpD
annotation not available
      
 0.775
ampD
annotation not available
     
 0.703
Your Current Organism:
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
NCBI taxonomy Id: 287
Other names: ATCC 10145, ATCC 10145-U, Bacillus aeruginosus, Bacillus pyocyaneus, Bacterium aeruginosum, Bacterium pyocyaneum, CCEB 481, CCUG 28447, CCUG 29297, CCUG 551, CFBP 2466, CIP 100720, DSM 50071, IBCS 277, IFO 12689, JCM 5962, Micrococcus pyocyaneus, NBRC 12689, NCCB 76039, NCIB 8295, NCIMB 8295, NCTC 10332, NRRL B-771, P. aeruginosa, Pseudomonas polycolor, Pseudomonas pyocyanea, Pseudomonas sp. RV3, RH 815, VKM B-588, bacterium ASFP-37, bacterium ASFP-38, bacterium ASFP-45, bacterium ASFP-46, bacterium ASFP-48
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