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Erratum to: Cloning and analysis of a bifunctional methyltransferase/restriction endonuclease TspGWI, the prototype of a Thermussp. enzyme family
© Zylicz-Stachula et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. 2014
- Received: 18 June 2014
- Accepted: 25 June 2014
- Published: 5 August 2014
The original article was published in BMC Molecular Biology 2009 10:52
New figures have been prepared using the corrected DNA and aa sequences (Figure five (Figure 1 here) and Additional file one (Additional file 1 here)). Data concerning corrected nt and aa TspGWI sequence have been deposited in GenBank [GenBank: KJ730526].
The correction was located within a variable TRD segment, thus the conclusions of the bioinformatics sequence analysis must be slightly modified compared to our originally published results . The corrected sequence of TspGWI shows similarity to the TaqII sequence and residues 660–960 in TspGWI that were originally (in the previous version) predicted to be intrinsically disordered, were predicted to be precisely ordered in the corrected version of the sequence (data not shown).
The DNA sequence and the predicted amino acid sequence of the 120.2 kDa TspGWI protein is indicated in capital letters. DNA sequences of flanking regions are indicated in italics. The ATG start codon and TGA stop codon are emboldened and underlined. Potential TspGWI Ribosome Binding Sites (RBS) are emboldened, underlined italics.
This work was supported by DS/530-8640-D509-14 (PMS, AZS), Gdansk University, Chemistry Department DS fund. JMB was supported by the statutory funds of the IIMCB and the UAM.
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