ftsZ

Filamentous temperature sensitive gene from E. coli , the product of which is a novel GTP-binding protein (43 kD) that may be involved in signalling. The protein has GTPase activity and is widely distributed in bacterial species.

FtsZ

FtsZ is a protein encoded by the ftsZ gene that assembles into a ring at the future site of the septum of bacterial cell division. This is a prokaryotic homologue to the eukaryotic protein tubulin. FtsZ has been named after `Filamenting temperature-sensitive mutant Z`. The hypothesis was that cell division mutants of E. coli would grow as filame.....
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ftsZ

<molecular biology> Filamentous temperature sensitive gene from E. Coli, the product of which is a novel GTP-binding protein (43 kD) that may be involved in signalling. The protein has GTPase activity and is widely distributed in bacterial species. Nature 359: 251 ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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