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EscoB.07059.a: Putative type VI secretion protein (TssK)

Target Characteristics

from organism: Escherichia coli 042
most recent status: in PDB
center reference id: EscoB.07059.a
is community request: False
associated disease:
NIH risk group: 1
is select agent: False
NIH priority
pathogens category:
IIIB

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Structures

image of structure for 6N38
6N38
Deposited: 11/14/2018
Determination: CryoEM
Clone: EscoB.07059.a.K2.GE43013
Protein: EscoB.07059.a.K2.PE00007

Publications by SSGCID

Structure of the type VI secretion system TssK-TssF-TssG baseplate subcomplex revealed by cryo-electron microscopy
Veesler D, Park YJ, Lacourse KD, Cambillau C, DiMaio F, Mougous JD
Nat Commun - 2018
volume 9, issue 1, pages 5385
PMID: 30568167; PMCID: PMC6300606
PDB: 6N38

Citations by Others

Baseplate component TssK and spatio-temporal assembly of T6SS in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
D Liebl, M Robert-Genthon, V Job, V Cogoni- Frontiers in, 2019 - frontiersin.org
cited by: 2 others
PDB: 6N38
Assembly and subcellular localization of bacterial type VI secretion systems
J Wang, M Brodmann, M Basler- Annual review of microbiology, 2019 - annualreviews.org
cited by: 1 other
PDB: 6N38

This list was obtained from Google Scholar searches using the Open Source tool https://github.com/ckreibich/scholar.py and each citation has been manually reviewed.

External Resources

Resource Reference ID
PATRIC ID: fig|216592.3.peg.4703
UniProt: D3GU39

Sequences

These sequences are the native gene sequence; sequences of constructs derived from these sequences may differ due to codon optimization or other protocols. To find the specific sequence of any material you may have ordered, click on the "more" button next to the name of that material.
AA Sequence
MKIYRPLWED GAFLMPQQFQ QQAAWDVHLA DSVARMGLAH PWGVVAAEFD DSLLPLSRLN ATRLIVRFPD GTLIDTERAD NLPPVCDLST VSDRSLVDIV LALPLLNANG GNLDNGSESE RPRRWKSERV NVQELAGHEQ SEVAVLRHNL TLRMAHQENA AWLTCPVTRL VRDAQGQWCR DPRFIPPLLT LSASPSLMTE LAELLHHLQA RRQRLMSMRR ENNARLADFA VADVSLFWLL NALNSAEPVL KELLDMPYRH PELLYRELAR LAGSLLTFSL EHNVDAVPAY HHETPENVFP PLLSLLNRLL EASLPSRVVF IELKQKGVMW EGALHDARLR EGADFWLSVR SSMPGHELQT KFPQLCKAGS PDDVSEVVNV ALSGVIIRPV THVPAAIPLR LENQYFALDL STDAARAMLD AGRCTFYTPA SLGDVKLELF AVLRT

NT Sequence
ATGAAGATTT ATCGCCCATT ATGGGAAGAC GGGGCTTTTC TGATGCCCCA GCAGTTTCAG CAGCAGGCTG CCTGGGATGT TCATCTGGCA GACAGCGTTG CCAGAATGGG GCTGGCGCAT CCATGGGGCG TGGTGGCTGC AGAGTTTGAT GACTCTCTGT TACCGCTTTC ACGGTTGAAT GCCACCCGTC TGATTGTTCG TTTCCCGGAC GGAACGCTTA TTGATACGGA ACGCGCGGAT AATCTGCCTC CGGTCTGTGA TTTATCGACG GTTTCTGATC GTTCCCTGGT GGATATTGTG CTGGCACTAC CGTTACTGAA TGCTAACGGT GGCAACCTTG ATAATGGCAG TGAGAGCGAG CGTCCGCGTC GCTGGAAATC AGAAAGGGTG AATGTGCAGG AGCTGGCCGG GCATGAGCAA AGCGAAGTGG CGGTATTGCG GCATAACCTG ACTCTGCGCA TGGCTCATCA GGAAAATGCT GCCTGGCTGA CCTGTCCCGT TACCCGTCTT GTTCGTGATG CACAGGGACA GTGGTGCAGG GACCCGCGTT TTATTCCCCC TCTGCTGACG CTGTCTGCCA GTCCTTCGCT GATGACTGAA CTTGCGGAGT TGCTTCATCA CCTGCAGGCG CGTCGCCAGC GACTGATGTC CATGCGTCGG GAGAACAATG CCCGTCTTGC GGATTTTGCT GTGGCGGACG TGTCGTTGTT CTGGTTGCTG AATGCCCTGA ACAGTGCGGA GCCTGTTCTG AAAGAGTTGC TTGACATGCC TTACCGCCAC CCGGAACTGT TGTACAGGGA GCTTGCCCGG CTGGCAGGCT CCCTGCTCAC ATTCTCGCTT GAGCATAATG TGGATGCGGT TCCGGCATAC CATCATGAAA CACCTGAAAA TGTTTTCCCA CCATTGCTTT CTTTGCTGAA CCGGCTGCTG GAGGCAAGCC TGCCTTCCCG TGTGGTTTTC ATTGAACTGA AACAAAAGGG TGTGATGTGG GAGGGGGCAT TACATGATGC GCGTCTGCGC GAAGGGGCTG ATTTCTGGCT TTCAGTGCGC TCTTCCATGC CCGGGCATGA ACTGCAGACG AAGTTTCCGC AGCTATGCAA AGCCGGGAGC CCCGATGATG TGTCTGAGGT GGTGAATGTG GCGCTGAGCG GGGTCATTAT CCGTCCGGTT ACGCATGTAC CGGCGGCCAT TCCGCTCCGG CTGGAAAACC AGTATTTCGC GCTGGATTTA AGTACGGATG CGGCCCGGGC GATGCTGGAC GCGGGGCGTT GTACTTTCTA CACCCCGGCA TCGCTGGGAG ATGTGAAACT GGAACTTTTT GCGGTGCTGC GGACA

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