2X9B

The filamentous phages fd and IF1 use different infection mechanisms


ChainDomainClassArchitectureTopologyHomology
A, B
2.30.27.10 Mainly Beta Roll Phage FD Coat Protein, Membrane penetration domain Phage FD Coat Protein,Membrane penetration domain
A, B
2.30.27.10 Mainly Beta Roll Phage FD Coat Protein, Membrane penetration domain Phage FD Coat Protein,Membrane penetration domain

Protein Family Annotation Pfam Database Homepage

ChainsAccessionIdentifierDescriptionCommentsSource
A, B
PF05357Phage Coat Protein A (Phage_Coat_A)Phage Coat Protein AInfection of Escherichia coli by filamentous bacteriophages is mediated by the minor phage coat protein A and involves two distinct cellular receptors, the F' pilus and the periplasmic protein TolA. These two receptors are contacted in a sequential ...Infection of Escherichia coli by filamentous bacteriophages is mediated by the minor phage coat protein A and involves two distinct cellular receptors, the F' pilus and the periplasmic protein TolA. These two receptors are contacted in a sequential manner, such that binding of TolA by the extreme N-terminal domain is conditional on a primary interaction of the second coat protein A domain with the F' pilus [1].
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