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TCIDNameDomainKingdom/PhylumProtein(s)
1.B.31.1.1









The major MomP or PorA porin can exist as functional monomers and trimers; both exhibit ion conduction activity as well as the same cationic selectivity and sensitivity to low voltage (et al. 2000; Bolla et al. 2004). It can transport polyarginine peptides (Dhanasekar et al. 2017). Nanobodies against MomP restrict Campylobacter colonization (Vanmarsenille et al. 2017). Healthy cats can carry C. jejuni of limited genetic diversity (Mohan and Habib 2019).

Bacteria
Campylobacterota
MomP of Campylobacter jejuni
1.B.31.1.2









Putative porin

Bacteria
Campylobacterota
Putative porin of Wolinella succinogenes
1.B.31.1.3









Putative porin

Bacteria
Campylobacterota
Putative porin of Helicobacter canadensis
1.B.31.1.4









Putative porin

Bacteria
Campylobacterota
Putative porin of Arcobacter bulzleri
1.B.31.1.5









Putative porin

Bacteria
Campylobacterota
Putative porin of Caminibacter mediatlanticus
1.B.31.1.6









Putative porin of 392 aas

Bacteria
Campylobacterota
Putative porin of Campylobacter rectus
1.B.31.1.7









PorA1 of 425 aas

Bacteria
Campylobacterota
PorinA1 of Campylobacter lari