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secE protein (Chlamydia trachomatis) - STRING interaction network
"secE" - Protein translocase subunit SecE in Chlamydia trachomatis
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secEProtein translocase subunit SecE; Essential subunit of the Sec protein translocation channel SecYEG. Clamps together the 2 halves of SecY. May contact the channel plug during translocation (82 aa)    
Predicted Functional Partners:
secF
Bifunctional preprotein translocase subunit SecD/SecF; Part of the Sec protein translocase complex. Interacts with the SecYEG preprotein conducting channel. SecDF uses the proton motive force (PMF) to complete protein translocation after the ATP-dependent function of SecA (1400 aa)
     
  0.999
secY
Protein translocase subunit SecY; The central subunit of the protein translocation channel SecYEG. Consists of two halves formed by TMs 1-5 and 6-10. These two domains form a lateral gate at the front which open onto the bilayer between TMs 2 and 7, and are clamped together by SecE at the back. The channel is closed by both a pore ring composed of hydrophobic SecY resides and a short helix (helix 2A) on the extracellular side of the membrane which forms a plug. The plug probably moves laterally to allow the channel to open. The ring and the pore may move independently (457 aa)
   
  0.997
secG
annotation not available (102 aa)
   
  0.997
nusG
Transcription termination/antitermination protein NusG; Participates in transcription elongation, termination and antitermination (182 aa)
   
   
  0.990
rpmJ
annotation not available (45 aa)
   
 
  0.988
rpmG
annotation not available (52 aa)
   
 
  0.985
rplX
50S ribosomal protein L24; One of the proteins that surrounds the polypeptide exit tunnel on the outside of the subunit (111 aa)
   
 
  0.974
rplV
50S ribosomal protein L22; The globular domain of the protein is located near the polypeptide exit tunnel on the outside of the subunit, while an extended beta-hairpin is found that lines the wall of the exit tunnel in the center of the 70S ribosome (111 aa)
   
 
  0.974
rplD
50S ribosomal protein L4; Forms part of the polypeptide exit tunnel (222 aa)
   
 
  0.974
rplK
50S ribosomal protein L11; Forms part of the ribosomal stalk which helps the ribosome interact with GTP-bound translation factors (141 aa)
   
 
  0.969
Your Current Organism:
Chlamydia trachomatis
NCBI taxonomy Id: 813
Other names: ATCC VR-571B, C. trachomatis, Chlamydia trachomatis, Chlamydozoon trachomatis, DSM 19440, Rickettsia trachomae, Rickettsia trachomatis, strain A/Har-13
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