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Reptomyces sporulation, ParB forms large complexes with the oriC region that probably have the same effect (Jakimowicz et al., 2002). Formation of these ParB complexes requires a shift in the behaviour of ParA, which is tip-associated while aerial hyphae are extending, but forms apparent helical filaments along the hyphae when growth stops (Jakimowicz et al., 2007). The ParA filaments dissociate i
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Reptomyces sporulation, ParB forms large complexes with the oriC region that probably have the same effect (Jakimowicz et al., 2002). Formation of these ParB complexes requires a shift in the behaviour of ParA, which is tip-associated while aerial hyphae are extending, but forms apparent helical filaments along the hyphae when growth stops (Jakimowicz et al., 2007). The ParA filaments dissociate i
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Reptomyces sporulation, ParB forms large complexes with the oriC region that probably have the same effect (Jakimowicz et al., 2002). Formation of these ParB complexes requires a shift in the behaviour of ParA, which is tip-associated while aerial hyphae are extending, but forms apparent helical filaments along the hyphae when growth stops (Jakimowicz et al., 2007). The ParA filaments dissociate i
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Obably, by the action of other protein kinases on DivIVA ?even in the nonbranching mycobacteria, DivIVA (=Wag31) is subject to phosphorylation during cell growth, but by serine/threonine protein kinases different from AfsK (Jani et al., 2010). To achieve full mechanical strength, hyphae require FilP, a cytoskeletal coiled-coil protein that forms filaments along the hyphae (Bagchi et al., 2008). Or
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Obably, by the action of other protein kinases on DivIVA ?even in the nonbranching mycobacteria, DivIVA (=Wag31) is subject to phosphorylation during cell growth, but by serine/threonine protein kinases different from AfsK (Jani et al., 2010). To achieve full mechanical strength, hyphae require FilP, a cytoskeletal coiled-coil protein that forms filaments along the hyphae (Bagchi et al., 2008). Or
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Us, FilP is an ancient protein that may be important in generating resilient cylinders from the hemispherical nascent peptidoglycan emanating from poles. In streptomycetes, this involves a direct interactionwith DivIVA (Fuchino et al., 2013). However, FilP is also apparently absent from corynebacteria and most mycobacteria. Possibly some other protein substitutes for it, or the sequence divergence
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Us, FilP is an ancient protein that may be important in generating resilient cylinders from the hemispherical nascent peptidoglycan emanating from poles. In streptomycetes, this involves a direct interactionwith DivIVA (Fuchino et al., 2013). However, FilP is also apparently absent from corynebacteria and most mycobacteria. Possibly some other protein substitutes for it, or the sequence divergence
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Suppress the phenotypes of all the whi mutants (Willemse et al., 2012) and that BldD represses the sporulation-specific promoter of ftsZ (den Hengst et al., 2010). FtsZ of streptomycetes has special features dedicated to its role in sporulation, inasmuch as certain ftsZ mutations eliminate sporulation septation without eliminating vegetative septation (Grantcharova et al., 2003; Wasserstrom et al.