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Natural Substrates
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ClpP linked to many activities, including sporulation, cell competence, stress tolerance and regulation of gene expression
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removing of irreversibly damaged polypeptides
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enzyme complex ClpPRS consisting of five ClpP protease molecules, four nonproteolytic ClpR molecules, and two associated ClpS molecules, is central to chloroplast biogenesis, thylakoid protein homeostasis, and plant development
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enzyme is required for release of autolysin A and pneumolysin. In vivo, it is required for growth of pneumococcus in the lungs and blood in a murine model of disease
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enzyme is required for the growth at elevated temperature and for virulence
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stress- and starvation-induced bulk protein turnover depends virtually exclusively on enzyme, which is also essential for intracellular protein quality control
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ClpP associates with ClpX or ClpA to form the AAA+ ClpXP or ClpAP proteases
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ClpP binds to AAA+ ATPase/unfoldase, ClpA or ClpX
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ClpP requires association with ClpA or ClpX to unfold and thread protein substrates through the axial pore into the inner chamber where degradation occurs
Starvation proteins + H2O
the ClpP proteolytic subunit plays a subtle but important role when cells are recovering from starvation. This enzyme is important in the selective degradation of starvation proteins when growth resumes
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