Positively charged lysine at the N-terminus of the signal peptide of the Escherichia coli alkaline phosphatase provides the secretion efficiency and is involved in the interaction with anionic phospholipids

Marina A. Nesmeyanova, Andrew L. Karamyshev, Zemphyra N. Karamysheva, Andrey E. Kalinin, Vladimir N. Ksenzenko, Andrey V. Kajava

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