Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1, PA3290 (tle1)

Cytoplasmic
Cytoplasmic Membrane
Periplasmic
Outer Membrane
Extracellular
Unknown
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Gene Feature Overview

Strain Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1 (Reference)
Locus Tag
PA3290
Name
tle1
Replicon chromosome
Genomic location 3681500 - 3684148 (- strand)
Transposon Mutants 3 transposon mutants in PAO1
Transposon Mutants in orthologs 10 transposon mutants in orthologs

Cross-References

RefSeq NP_251980.1
GI 15598486
Affymetrix PA3290_at
Entrez 882453
GenBank AAG06678.1
NCBI Locus Tag PA3290
protein_id(GenBank) gb|AAG06678.1|AE004751_4|gnl|PseudoCAP|PA3290
TIGR NTL03PA03290
UniProtKB Acc Q9HYV3
UniProtKB ID Q9HYV3_PSEAE

Product

Feature Type CDS
Coding Frame 1
Product Name
Tle1
Product Name Confidence: Class 1
Synonyms
Evidence for Translation
Identified using nanoflow high-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) in conjunction with microelectrospray ionization on LTQ XL mass spectrometer (PMID:24291602).
Charge (pH 7) -13.88
Kyte-Doolittle Hydrophobicity Value -0.287
Molecular Weight (kDa) 96.5
Isoelectric Point (pI) 5.68

Subcellular localization

Individual Mappings
Localization Confidence PMID
Unknown Class 3
Additional evidence for subcellular localization

PDB 3D Structures

Accession Header Accession Date Compound Source Resolution Method Percent Identity
4O5P HYDROLASE 12/19/13 Crystal structure of an uncharacterized protein from Pseudomonas aeruginosa PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA 2.001 X-RAY DIFFRACTION 100.0

Pathogen Association Analysis

Results
Common
Found in both pathogen and nonpathogenic strains
Hits to this gene were found in 28 genera

Orthologs/Comparative Genomics

Pseudomonas Ortholog Database View orthologs at Pseudomonas Ortholog Database
Pseudomonas Ortholog Group POG000090 (3404 members)
Putative Inparalogs None Found

Interactions

STRING database Search for predicted protein-protein interactions using:
Search term: PA3290
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References

Diverse type VI secretion phospholipases are functionally plastic antibacterial effectors.
Russell AB, LeRoux M, Hathazi K, Agnello DM, Ishikawa T, Wiggins PA, Wai SN, Mougous JD
Nature 2013 Apr;496(7446):508-12
PubMed ID: 23552891