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The ability to solubilize membrane proteins while retaining their native function is a persistent challenge. Re-engineering of the membrane protein DsbB into a soluble cytoplasmic version maintained its activity and enabled recompartmentalization of the periplasmic DsbAB disulfide bond–forming system.
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