The structure of Acinetobacter-secreted protease CpaA complexed with its chaperone CpaB reveals a novel mode of a T2SS chaperone-substrate interaction

Darya V. Urusova, Rachel L. Kinsella, Nichole D. Salinas, M. Florencia Haurat, Mario F. Feldman, Niraj H. Tolia

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