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The Acinetobacter baumannii strain 17978 is a Gram-negative and nosocomial ESKAPE pathogen which utilizes its unique SOS genes, umuDAb and ddrR, to inhibit cell division and control mutagenesis in response to DNA damage.

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The thrombin cleavage of protein tags of co-repressors UmuDAb and DdrR of the pathogen Acinetobacter baumaniihave been optimized for cross-linkage



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