Genes that are sometimes fused into single open reading frames.
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from curated databases
Toxin co-regulated pilin A; Protein involved in pathogenesis (231 aa)
Predicted Functional Partners:
Prepilin peptidase-dependent protein B; FIG004819 (192 aa)
Putative ATP-binding translocase/pilus biosynthesis protein; Protein involved in ATP binding and transport (509 aa)
Protein involved in biological_process (514 aa)
PilB family type IV fimbrial assembly ATPase; Protein involved in ATP binding and transport (491 aa)
Outer membrane pilus biosynthesis protein C; Protein involved in biological_process (489 aa)
Type 4 prepilin-like proteins leader peptide-processing enzyme; Cleaves type-4 fimbrial leader sequence and methylates the N-terminal (generally Phe) residue (268 aa)
Pilus biosynthesis membrane anchor protein E; Protein involved in biological_process (324 aa)
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NCBI taxonomy Id: 910964 Other names: E. americana ATCC 33852, Ewingella americana, Ewingella americana ATCC 33852, Ewingella americana ATCC33852, Ewingella americana str. ATCC 33852, Ewingella americana strain ATCC 33852