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Figure 4

From: A novel bacteriophage Tail-Associated Muralytic Enzyme (TAME) from Phage K and its development into a potent antistaphylococcal protein

Figure 4

Construction of chimera P128. Schematic representation of the phage K orf56 gene showing the CHAP domain-encoding region and plasmid maps showing P128 construction. P128 was generated by fusing the Lys16 coding sequence that contains the muralytic CHAP domain of orf56 with the staphylococcal cell-wall targeting SH3b domain from lysostaphin.

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