Detailed information of effector
|Cognate immunity protein||-|
|Related T6SS (Type)||T6SS17507 (Type i4a)|
|Strain||Cupriavidus pinatubonensis JMP134|
|Sequence||Protein sequence (208 a.a.); Nucleotide sequence (624 bp)|
|Description||TeoL is an effector protein mainly secreted by T6SS1 and contributes to acquisition of iron from OMVs. TeoL recruits OMVs through binding LPS. During OMV recruitment, the role of TeoL is to tether iron-containing OMVs to specific receptors on the cell surface.|
Bioinformatics investigation has been performed
External database links
|Locus tag (Gene)||REUT_RS08685 (teoL)|
|Coordinates (Strand)||1862145..1862768 (-)|
Pfam domain hit(s)
|Domain||Pfam ID||E-value||Aligned region|
- Transmembrane helices are predicted using TMHMM 2.0 software.
- 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|
Protein sequence: 208 a.a. .
Nucleotide sequence: 624 bp .