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1.C.3.2.6
Necrotizing enteritis toxin, NetF, of 305 aas.  NetF-producing type A Clostridium perfringens is an important cause of canine and foal necrotizing enteritis. NetF, related to the β-sheet pore-forming Leukocidin/Hemolysin superfamily, is considered a major virulence factor for this disease. The NetF receptor is probably a sialic acid-containing glycoprotein (Mehdizadeh Gohari et al. 2018).

Accession Number:AJF36069.1
Protein Name:AJF36069.1 necrotizing enteritis toxin NetF [Clostridium perfringens]
Length:306
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Species:Clostridium perfringens [1502]
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1:	MKKTICTGIT IFSLLLGNIT QVKANSFPES IINSKGKQAE VYTSSDASER DGIKTSLSAS 
61:	FIEDPNSNNL TALVSLKGFI PSGLIKTGTY YSANMYWPSK YNINIETTDE KNNVKILESI 
121:	PSNTIETVRV TESMGYSIGG NVSVSKKSSS VGANAGFNVQ RSVQYEQPDF KTIQKSDGIR 
181:	KASWNIVFNK TKDGYDQNSY HALYGNQLFM KSRLHNTGAK NLVEDKDLSP LISGGFTPNM 
241:	VIALKAPKGT KKSMINLNYN LYQDLYTLEW YKTQWWGENR VAKEPYYTYQ TYELDWENHT 
301:	VEFIY