TAL effector protein PthXo1 - B2SU53 (PTHX1_XANOP)


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  • Number of PDB entries for B2SU53: 1
Avirulence protein. Acts as a transcription factor in rice, inducing expression of a number of host genes including SWEET11 (Os8N3, XA13, AC Q6YZF3) in susceptible plants with the Xa13 allele. Plants with the xa13 allele, which has an altered promoter, are resistant to bacterial blight caused by this bacterial strain and do not induce SWEET11. The xa13 allele elicits an atypical hypersensitive response (HR). PthXo1 binds SWEET11 promoter DNA in a sequence-specific manner. (data source: UniProt  )
The central DNA-binding region is composed of 23.5 tandem core repeats with 1 base-specifying residue (BSR residue 13, also called the repeat variable diresidue, RVD, residues 12 and 13) each of which recognizes 1 base in the target DNA. The BSR is the only residue which contacts DNA in a sequence-specific manner. (data source: UniProt  )
Other Gene names: pthXo1 tal2b PXO_00227
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