Detailed information of component protein


Summary

Component ID T6CP000007
Component protein type TssL
T6SS ID (Type) T6SS00002 experimental (Type i1)
Strain Vibrio cholerae O1 biovar El Tor str. N16961
Replicon chromosome II (Vas)
Sequence Protein sequence (258 a.a.); Nucleotide sequence (774 bp)
Reference
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experimental Experimental investigation has been performed on this T6SS

External database links

Locus tag (Gene) VC_RS13920
Coordinate (Strand) 125379..126152 (+)
NCBI ID WP_000083409.1
RefSeq NC_002506
Uniprot ID A0A023PRL8_VIBCL, A0A0H3ADB8_VIBC3, A0A0H3Q6L3_VIBCL, A0A0K9UV49_VIBCL, A0A0X1L1V7_VIBCO, C3LUD9_VIBCM, Q9KN50_VIBCH
KEGG ID vcq:EN18_04300, vcm:VCM66_A0113, vco:VC0395_0022, vch:VCA0115
PDB ID 4V3I

Pfam domain hit(s)

Domain Pfam ID E-value Aligned region
DotU PF09850.11 2.2e-61 39..240

Transmembrane helices

  • Transmembrane helices are predicted using TMHMM 2.0 software.

Prediction                 Region     Sequence
Inside 1-219 MSQSKKETPLASLLFDDVEKINHDQDYWFQLRGDNPNVLIDAATPLFGLSLRVRTLTECDNIEQIYRQTIEEIKAIEIELTEQGYEHAILMAYRYILCAFLDESVMGTEWGASSLWAEHSMLSRFHNETWGGEKVFTILSRLEGEPHRYQALLAFIYHCLILGFEGKYRVMEGGQAEREKVISRLHQLLSSLEESEPQDLTRPTDHVVRAKYTLSRQMP
Transmembrane helix 220-242 VWSVFAGFIVLWVGLFLGYSYVL
Outside 243-257 HSKSSDVLNQLNQIL



Signal peptides
  • Sec/SPI: "standard" secretory signal peptides transported by the Sec translocon and cleaved by Signal Peptidase I (Lep).
  • Sec/SPII: lipoprotein signal peptides transported by the Sec translocon and cleaved by Signal Peptidase II (Lsp).
  • Tat/SPI: Tat signal peptides transported by the Tat translocon and cleaved by Signal Peptidase I (Lep).
Prediction        Probability Cleavage site Signal peptide sequence
Other 0.9933 - -



  Protein sequence: 258 a.a.    

>T6CP000007 NC_002506:125379-126152 [Vibrio cholerae O1 biovar El Tor str. N16961] [TssL]
MSQSKKETPLASLLFDDVEKINHDQDYWFQLRGDNPNVLIDAATPLFGLSLRVRTLTECDNIEQIYRQTIEEIKAIEIEL
TEQGYEHAILMAYRYILCAFLDESVMGTEWGASSLWAEHSMLSRFHNETWGGEKVFTILSRLEGEPHRYQALLAFIYHCL
ILGFEGKYRVMEGGQAEREKVISRLHQLLSSLEESEPQDLTRPTDHVVRAKYTLSRQMPVWSVFAGFIVLWVGLFLGYSY
VLHSKSSDVLNQLNQIL*

  Nucleotide sequence: 774 bp    

>T6CP000007 NC_002506:125379-126152 [Vibrio cholerae O1 biovar El Tor str. N16961] [TssL]
ATGTCACAGAGTAAAAAAGAGACGCCATTAGCCAGTTTGTTGTTCGACGATGTGGAAAAAATTAACCACGACCAAGACTA
CTGGTTCCAATTGCGTGGGGACAATCCGAATGTGCTGATTGATGCCGCGACACCCTTGTTTGGGCTTTCTCTGCGGGTTC
GTACCCTCACCGAATGCGACAACATTGAACAGATCTACCGTCAGACGATTGAAGAGATCAAAGCGATTGAAATTGAGTTG
ACGGAGCAAGGTTACGAACACGCCATTTTGATGGCCTATCGCTACATCTTGTGCGCCTTTTTGGATGAATCCGTGATGGG
AACCGAGTGGGGCGCGTCCAGTTTATGGGCCGAGCACTCCATGCTGTCACGCTTCCATAATGAAACGTGGGGTGGCGAGA
AAGTGTTTACGATTTTGAGCCGTCTTGAGGGTGAACCACACCGTTACCAAGCGCTATTGGCCTTTATTTATCATTGCCTG
ATTTTGGGCTTTGAAGGCAAATACCGTGTGATGGAAGGGGGACAAGCTGAGCGCGAAAAAGTGATCAGCCGCCTGCATCA
ACTGCTGAGCAGCTTGGAAGAGAGCGAGCCACAAGACTTAACCCGTCCGACCGATCATGTGGTGCGTGCGAAATATACCC
TAAGCAGACAGATGCCTGTTTGGTCTGTGTTTGCTGGCTTTATCGTGCTTTGGGTAGGTCTATTTCTCGGCTACAGCTAT
GTACTGCATAGCAAATCCAGCGATGTGCTCAATCAACTCAATCAAATACTTTAA