Figure 3. Multiple alignment of the deduced amino acid sequences of DCases. The amino acid sequences of the DCases of Agrobacterium sp. KNK712 and homologous amino acid residues in other DCases are shown in black boxes. 1, Agrobacterium sp. KNK712; 2, Agrobacterium radiob-acter NRRL B11291; 3, Pseudomonas sp. KNK003A; 4, Comamonas sp. E222C; 5, Blastobacter sp. A17p-4.

ine or leucine, and the 236th valine was changed to alanine.

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