Self-cleavage of the Pseudomonas aerugginosa cell-surface signaling anti-sigma factor FoxR occurs through an N-O acyl rearrangement.

K.C.J.T. Bastiaansen, P. van Ulsen, M. Wijtmans, W. Bitter, M.A. Llamas

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