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Family Report for: Lysin_B_C_ter

Name Class
Lysin_B_C_terRank2
FamilyCutinase_like
Gene_locus (24)
BlockX
PaperPayne_2009_Mol.Microbiol_73_367
Korany_2019_Biomolecules_10_
Structure3HC7
InterproIPR041855 Lysin B, C-terminal linker domain Lysin_B_C_ter
CommentLysin B (LysB), a novel mycolylarabinogalactan esterase from mycobacteriophage, that cleaves the mycolylarabinogalactan bond to release free mycolic acids. The D29 LysB structure shows an alpha/beta hydrolase organization with a catalytic triad common to cutinases, but which contains an additional four-helix domain implicated in the binding of lipid substrates. This superfamily entry represents the linker domain of the mycobacteriophage Lysin B. The linker domain is composed of four alpha-helices connecting the C-terminal alpha-helix back to the side of the central beta-sheet.Family close to cutinases

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