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Type three secretion chaperones in EPEC (O127:H6)


Chaperone
Protein ID
(Uniprot)
Class chaperone
pl (computed on ExPASy)
Substrate
Class substrates
EscE
B7UMC5
II
6.1
EscF1
Early
EscG
B7UM89
II
5.83
EscF1
Early
CesAB
B7UMC4
III
9.45
EspA2 EspB2, 3
Middle
CesD
B7UMB4
III
6.94
EspB2, 3 EspD3, 4
Middle
CesD2
B7UM91
III
5.23
EspD3, 4
Middle
CesT
P21244
Ia
4.44
Tir5 Map5 NleA6
Late
CesF
B7UMA1
Ia
4.57
EspF7
Late
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References:


1 (Sal-Man et al., 2013)
Sal-Man, N., Setiaputra, D., Scholz, R., Deng, W., Yu, A.C., Strynadka, N.C., and Finlay, B.B. (2013). EscE and EscG are cochaperones for the type III needle protein EscF of enteropathogenic Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol 195, 2481-2489. PMID: 23524615
2 (Creasey et al., 2003b)
Creasey, E.A., Friedberg, D., Shaw, R.K., Umanski, T., Knutton, S., Rosenshine, I., and Frankel, G. (2003).CesAB is an enteropathogenic Escherichia coli chaperone for the type-III translocator proteins EspA and EspB. Microbiology 149, 3639-3647. PMID: 14663095
3 (Wainwright and Kaper, 1998)
, L.A., and Kaper, J.B. (1998). EspB and EspD require a specific chaperone for proper secretion from enteropathogenic Escherichia coli. MolMicrobiol 27, 1247-1260. PMID: 9570409
4 (Neves et al., 2003)
Neves, B.C., Mundy, R., Petrovska, L., Dougan, G., Knutton, S., and Frankel, G. (2003). CesD2 of enteropathogenic Escherichia coli is a second chaperone for the type III secretion translocator protein EspD. Infect Immun 71, 2130-2141. PMID: 12654835
5 (Creasey et al., 2003a)
Creasey, E.A., Delahay, R.M., Bishop, A.A., Shaw, R.K., Kenny, B., Knutton, S., and Frankel, G. (2003a). CesT is a bivalent enteropathogenic Escherichia coli chaperone required for translocation of both Tir and Map. Mol Microbiol 47, 209-221. PMID: 12492865
6 (Elliott et al., 2002)
Elliott, S.J., O'Connell, C.B., Koutsouris, A., Brinkley, C., Donnenberg, M.S., Hecht, G., and Kaper, J.B. (2002). A gene from the locus of enterocyte effacement that is required for enteropathogenic Escherichia coli to increase tight-junction permeability encodes a chaperone for EspF. Infect Immun 70, 2271-2277. PMID: 11953359
7 (Elliott et al., 2001)
Elliott, S.J., O'Connell, C.B., Koutsouris, A., Brinkley, C., Donnenberg, M.S., Hecht, G., and Kaper, J.B. (2002). A gene from the locus of enterocyte effacement that is required for enteropathogenic Escherichia coli to increase tight-junction permeability encodes a chaperone for EspF. Infect Immun 70, 2271-2277. PMID: 11349072

 

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