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Lactococcus lactis LtrA protein

a multifunctional protein that promotes group II intron splicing and mobility by acting both on RNA and DNA; it has reverse transcriptase for intron duplication maturase to promote splicing, and DNA endonuclease for site-specific cleavage of recipient alleles; isolated from Lactococci lactis; amino acid sequence in first source; Do not confuse with MatR protein, a transcriptional regulator of malonate metabolism
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LtrA protein, Lactococcus lactis; group II intron-encoded protein, Lactococcus lactis; matR protein, Lactococcus lactis
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