Base plate structural protein gp10 - P10928 (BP10_BPT4)


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Number of PDB entries for P10928: 3
Structural component of the baseplate. The key components in the baseplate protein complex are the 6-fold-related gp10 trimers. During infection, the baseplate undergoes a conformational change from a dome-shaped to a star-shaped structure. At this point, gp10 rotates and acts as a lever that unfolds the short tail fibers, which then interact with host cell surface receptors. (data source: UniProt  )
Subunit structure
The baseplate wedge of bacteriophage T4 consists of seven gene products namely, gp11, gp10, gp7, gp8, gp6, gp53, and gp25. (data source: UniProt  )
Gene name: 10
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