"Twin-Arginine-Translocation System" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Protein translocase in BACTERIA or CHLOROPLASTS that exports or secretes folded proteins. In GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA, twin-arginine translocase (TAT) is involved in the export of folded proteins to the PERIPLASM. In chloroplasts, TAT is involved in transporting folded proteins across the membranes of THYLAKOIDS.
- Twin-Arginine-Translocation System
- Twin Arginine Translocation System
- Twin-Arginine-Translocation Systems
- Systems, Twin-Arginine-Translocation
- Twin Arginine Translocation Systems
- Twin-Arginine-Transport System
- System, Twin-Arginine-Transport
- Twin Arginine Transport System
- TAT Secretion Systems
- Secretion Systems, TAT
- Systems, TAT Secretion
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