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Abstract

The non-haem chloroperoxidase gene () from the pyrrolnitrin producer BL914 was cloned using an oligonucleotide derived from part of the N-terminal amino acid sequence of chloroperoxidase (CPO-P) from as a probe. Based on the overexpression of in and the stabilty of CPO-F against higher temperatures and proteases, the enzyme was purified to homogeneity. Partial characterization of the enzyme showed that it belongs to the class of bacterial non-haem CPOs. To investigate the role of CPO-F in pyrrolnitrin biosynthesis, the gene was inactivated by insertion of a kanamycin cassette. Exchange of the chromosomal gene against the disrupted copy had no influence on pyrrolnitrin production demonstrating that CPO-F was not involved in pyrrolnitrin biosynthesis.

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