Many type I signal peptidases from eubacterial cells appear to contain a serine/lysine catalytic dyad. In contrast, our data show that the signal peptidase complex from the endoplasmic reticulum lacks an apparent catalytic lysine. Instead, a serine, histidine, and two aspartic acids are important for signal peptidase activity by the Sec11p subunit of the yeast signal peptidase complex. Amino acids critical to the eubacterial signal peptidases and Sec11p are, however, positioned similarly along their primary sequences, suggesting the presence of a common structural element(s) near the catalytic sites of these enzymes.
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