[:en]Sortase was the first member of a novel family of cell surface, membrane anchored transpeptidases identified from Staphylcoccus aureus. It is involved in the processing, presentation and attachment of key cell surface proteins such as protein A to the peptidoglycan of the bacterial cell wall. Inhibition of SrtA has resulted in reduced adhesive properties of this pathogen and represents a target for the development of novel anti-bacterials..
Source :Escherichia coli
MHHHHHHKPHIDNYLHDKDKDEKIEQYDKNVKEQASKDKKQQAKPQIPKD KSKVAGYIEIPDADIKEPVYPGPATPEQLNRGVSFAEENESLDDQNISIA GHTFIDRPNYQFTNLKAAKKGSMVYFKVGNETRKYKMTSIRDVKPTDVGV LDEQKGKDKQLTLITCDDYNEKTGVWEKRKIFVATEVK.
Storage instructions: Shipped on Dry Ice. Store at -80℃. Avoid freeze / thaw cycle.
Concentration: 0.45 mg/ml
Tested applications:SDS-PAGE(27kDa including tag)[:]