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physiological function
the enzyme mediates the cell wall galactan production through a sequence-specific polymerization
metabolism
the enzyme catalyzes the formation of both beta-5-linked and beta-6-linked galactofuranoses and is responsible for the synthesis of the bulk galactan portion of AG
metabolism
the enzyme catalyzes the addition of the third and subsequent Galf residues, but not the first two, to the lipid template in galactan synthesis
physiological function
GlfT2 is essential for mycobacterial cell wall biosynthesis
metabolism
GlfT2 catalyzes the formation of mycobacterial galactan, mediating galactan polymerization using only one active site that manifests dual regioselectivity; the enzyme catalyzes the formation of both beta-5-linked and beta-6-linked galactofuranoses and is responsible for the synthesis of the bulk galactan portion of AG
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metabolism
GlfT2 catalyzes the formation of mycobacterial galactan, mediating galactan polymerization using only one active site that manifests dual regioselectivity
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