Penton protein - P03276 (CAPSP_ADE02)

 

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  • Number of PDB entries for P03276: 6
 
Function
Major capsid protein that self-associates to form penton base pentamers, each in the shape of a pentagon, situated at the 12 vertices of the pseudo T=25 capsid. Involved in virus secondary attachment to host cell after initial attachment by the fiber protein. Binds host integrin heterodimer ITGAV-ITGB5 (alphaV-beta5) thereby triggering clathrin-mediated endocytosis of virions. Mediates initial virus attachment to CXADR-negative cells. Binding to integrins ITGAV-ITGB5 also seems to induce macropinocytosis uptake of the virus. As the virus enters the host cell, penton proteins are shed concomitant with virion acidification in the endosome. UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Interacts with the fiber protein (via N-terminal tail region). Interacts with the capsid vertex protein; this interaction binds the penton base to neighboring peripentonal hexons. Interacts (via the cell attachment site RGD) with host heterodimer ITGAV-ITGB5; this interaction promotes virus internalization. Interacts with host WWP1 and WWP2. UniProt
Domain
The cell attachment RGD motif is exposed at the virion surface and is involved in binding to the integrin heterodimer ITGAV-ITGB5. UniProt
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