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3.A.1.5.44
Peptide transporter, SapABCDF. Mutants are more sensitive than the wild type to wheat alpha-thionin and to snakin-1, which is the most abundant antimicrobial peptide from potato tubers. They were also less virulent than was the wild-type strain in potato tubers: lesion areas were 37% that of the control, and the growth rate was two orders of magnitude lower. Thus, the interaction of antimicrobial peptides from the host with the sapA-F operon from the pathogen plays a similar role in animal and in plant bacterial pathogenesis (López-Solanilla et al. 1998).

Accession Number:O86189
Protein Name:SapC protein
Length:296
Molecular Weight:32333.00
Species:Dickeya chrysanthemi (Pectobacterium chrysanthemi) [556]
Number of TMSs:6
Location1 / Topology2 / Orientation3: Cell membrane1 / Multi-pass membrane protein2
Substrate peptides

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1:	MHSDNIYGEK ALPSRWRDAW NVFRQDRMAM IGFYGFLLLL GLCLFGNTLA PYALDQQFLG 
61:	YQLLPPSWSR YGKCRFFLGT DDLGRDLLSR LLSGAAPTFG PALLVTLAAT LVGILIGMLA 
121:	GVTHGLRSAV LNHILDPLLS IPSLLLAMVV IAFIGPQLTH AMLAVWMALL PRMVRTIYSA 
181:	VHDELEKEYV TAARLDGAST RYLLWYAVVP NILPVLVSEV TRAFSIAILD IAALGFLNLG 
241:	AQLPTTEWGV LLGNSLELVY AAPWTVMLPG TAITLSVLIV NLLGDGIRRA LLAQTE