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The lysozyme from the fungus of the Chalaropsis species has been crystallized. This lysozyme (Mr 22,415) displays no sequence homology with avian, phage, or mammalian lysozymes, however, preliminary studies indicate significant sequence homology with the bacterial lysozyme from Streptomyces. Both enzymes are unusual in possessing beta-1,4-N-acetylmuramidase and beta-1,4-N,6-O-diacetylmuramidase activity. The crystals grow from solutions of ammonium sulfate during growth periods from severalpmid:2324106 fatcat:ztazg4ccrrbtzb4wcku3tcwdwm