Why don't you do a homology search?
There are, by the way, several PBP's in each organism, with different Mws, and
(I'd assume) different primary sequence, but these groups are very probably
conserved in themselves
"Chong Wai Yin( Zhang Weixian)" wrote:
> Hi, I like to ask a question on cell wall synthesis. Is the
> penicillin-binding protein of bacteria
> conserve? As in e.g.. the pbp in S.aureus is different from that in say....
> bacillus, or even Staphylococci spp.?
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