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Fig. 3 | Microbial Cell Factories

Fig. 3

From: OhsR acts as an organic peroxide-sensing transcriptional activator using an S-mycothiolation mechanism in Corynebacterium glutamicum

Fig. 3

Redox response of OhsR detected by nonreducing SDS-PAGE. a 50 μM proteins treated with 50 mM DTT were further incubated with or without 150 μM H2O2, 75 μM HClO, 100 μM CHP, 200 μM t-BHP, 500 μM MSH, 150 μM CHP and 500 μM MSH, or 300 μM t-BHP and 500 μM MSH, and samples were then separated by 15% non-reducing SDS-PAGE (Left panel) and reducing SDS-PAGE (Right panel). bd Analysis of S-mycothiolation and formed on OhsR by MALDI-TOF-TOF MS/MS. Bands (labeled (bd)) excised from non-reducing gels in a were treated with trypsin and subjected to MS analysis. Only the relevant portion of each mass spectrum is shown. e S-mycothiolation of OhsR was monitored by biotin switch assay

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