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|Species (Taxon ID)||Burkholderia phage ST79. (1282994)|
|Gene Name(s)||No Information Provided.|
|Protein Name(s)||Peptidase M15A (ECO:0000313 with EMBL:AGK86785.1)|
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The M15A peptidase is shown to have peptidase lytic activity against E.coli host cells. Figure 3 shows peptidase activity by plotting it against the optical density of the host cells. The data shows a large reduction in the turbidity of the host cells through the activity of the M15A protein.
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