DipM controls multiple autolysins and mediates a regulatory feedback loop promoting cell constriction in Caulobacter crescentus

Proteins with a catalytically inactive LytM-type endopeptidase domain are important regulators of cell wall-degrading enzymes in bacteria. Here, we study their representative DipM, a factor promoting cell division in Caulobacter crescentus. We show that the LytM domain of DipM interacts with multipl...

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Main Authors: Izquierdo-Martinez, Adrian, Billini, Maria, Miguel-Ruano, Vega, Hernández-Tamayo, Rogelio, Richter, Pia, Biboy, Jacob, Batuecas, María T., Glatter, Timo, Vollmer, Waldemar, Graumann, Peter L., Hermoso, Juan A., Thanbichler, Martin
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Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2023
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