ATP-dependent zinc metalloprotease FtsH - P0AAI3 (FTSH_ECOLI)


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Acts as a processive, ATP-dependent zinc metallopeptidase for both cytoplasmic and membrane proteins. Plays a role in the quality control of integral membrane proteins. Degrades a few membrane proteins that have not been assembled into complexes such as SecY, F(0) ATPase subunit a and YccA, and also cytoplasmic proteins sigma-32, LpxC, KdtA and phage lambda cII protein among others. Degrades membrane proteins in a processive manner starting at either the N- or C-terminus; recognition requires a cytoplasmic tail of about 20 residues with no apparent sequence requirements. It presumably dislocates membrane-spanning and periplasmic segments of the protein into the cytoplasm to degrade them, this probably requires ATP. Degrades C-terminal-tagged cytoplasmic proteins which are tagged with an 11-amino-acid nonpolar destabilizing tail via a mechanism involving the 10SA (SsrA) stable RNA. UniProt
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The E.coli AAA domain has been modeled as a homohexamer, in Thermus thermophilus the same domain crystallizes as a homohexamer. Forms a complex with HflKC (formerly called HflA); complex formation is stimulated by ATP. Interacts with YccA, and probably weakly with QmcA. Can be cross-linked to YidC (OxaA) and to a nascent polypeptide chain for an integral membrane protein. UniProt
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