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Abstract

The gene encoding the cell-envelope-associated proteinase of subsp. NCDO 151 (formerly NCDO 151) was cloned and sequenced. The gene was located on the chromosome and encoded a polypeptide of 1902 amino acids. The proteinase is N-terminally cleaved upon maturation. It shows extensive homology to the subsp. Wg2 proteinase. Similar to the situation in , a maturation gene was found upstream of the proteinase gene. The cloned proteinase gene was expressed in . However, no expression was observed when the gene was cloned in .

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