Characterization of glucosyltransferases synthesizing (1→6)-α-D-glucan from Streptococcus sobrinus and Streptococcus downei View Full Text


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2010

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Hideaki Tsumori , Atsunari Shimamura , Kazuo Yamakami , Yutaka Sakurai

ABSTRACT

Glucosyltransferase-T genes from Streptococcus sobrinus (serotype g) and Streptococcus downei (h) were cloned and the sequences were compared with those of Streptococcus criceti (a) and S. sobrinus (d). Deduced amino acid sequences of glucosyltransferase-T (GTF-T) from the four species revealed 83–85% homology. Glucans synthesized by purified GTF-Ts from sucrose without primer were (1→6)-α-glucan. Endodextranase digestion of the glucans reduced the size up to 50–70%, and remaining parts of the glucan were mainly composed of (1→3)-α-glucosidic linkage. The GTF-Ts from the four species of streptococci are highly similar at the amino acid level, and their catalytic properties are also similar. The GTF-Ts from these streptococci would trigger the formation of biofilm in vivo. More... »

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245-247

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Interface Oral Health Science 2009

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978-4-431-99643-9
978-4-431-99644-6

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