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Abstract

Proteasomes are self-compartmentalizing proteases first discovered in eukaryotes but also occurring in archaea and in bacteria belonging to the order . In bacteria, proteasomes have so far no known function. In order to evaluate the influence of the 20S proteasome on the production of heterologous proteins by TK24, the production of a number of heterologous proteins, including soluble human tumour necrosis factor receptor II (shuTNFRII) and salmon calcitonin (sCT), was compared with the wild-type TK24, a proteasome-deficient mutant designated PRO41 and a strain complemented for the disrupted proteasome genes (strain PRO41R). cells lacking intact proteasome genes are phenotypically indistinguishable from the wild-type or the complemented strain containing functional proteasomes. Using the expression and secretion signals of the subtilisin inhibitor of CBS762.70 (Vsi) for shuTNFRII and those of tyrosinase of (MelC1) for the production of sCT, both proteins were secreted in significantly higher amounts in the strain PRO41 than in the wild-type TK24 or the complemented strain PRO41R. However, the secretion of other heterologous proteins such as shuTNFRI was not enhanced in the proteasome-deficient strain. This suggests that TK24 can degrade some heterologous proteins in a proteasome-dependent fashion. The proteasome-deficient strain may therefore be useful for the efficient production of these heterologous proteins.

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