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Natural Substrates
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alginate
the biological function of AlgL to degrade alginates that fail to become exported out of the cell and thereby become stranded in the periplasmic space. At high levels of alginate synthesis in the absence of AlgL, such stranded polymers may accumulate in the periplasm to such an extent that the integrity of the cell is lost, leading to toxic effects
alginate
the enzyme is involved in alginate production
disaccharides of alginate
oligoalginate lyase, complete depolymerization of alginate
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induced by native alginate
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biological function of the enzyme
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biological function of the enzyme, Pseudomonas aeruginosa produces a bacterial alginate which seems to be necessary for cell attachment to the capsule-like biofilm build in lung of infected humans suffering cystic fibrosis
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A1-1V' has no significant role in alginate metabolism
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activity of AlgL is required for alginate production
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alginate-lyase is not essential for the production of alginate. When this enzyme is present, as in wild-type cells of Azotobacter vinelandii, its role is restricted to a post-polymerization step, with its activity reaching a maximum in the pres-stationary phase of growth
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