Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1, PA1460 (motC)

Cytoplasmic
Cytoplasmic Membrane
Periplasmic
Outer Membrane
Extracellular
Unknown
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Annotation Updates

Date Description Acknowledgements
Apr 29, 2002 Subcellular localization information added based on significance similarity to protein of known localization. Localization: Inner membrane protein. Localization Rating: Class 2. Jennifer L. Gardy & Fiona Brinkman, Simon Fraser University, Canada
May 12, 2005 New gene name: motC. New protein name: MotC. New homology: 93% similar to PP4336 [Pseudomonas putida] ; 92% similar to Pflu1230 [Pseudomonas fluorescens] ; 90% similar to Psyr023853 [Pseudomonas syringae] ; 43% similar to MotA [Escherichia coli] ; 44% similar to MotA [Salmonella typhimurium]. New genomic context: motC is expressed with motD and other che genes (involved in chemotaxis). New evidence reference (Pubmed ID): 15629949. Modified existing comment: MotA and MotB in "MotA-MotB require MotY for optimal function. MotAB and MotY are necessary for movement in viscous environments and over surfaces" changed to MotC and MotD, respectively. OToole, George A., Toutain, Christine M. and Zegans, Michael E., Dartmouth Medical School, USA
Nov 9, 2004 Annotation of gene previously described as probable chemotaxis protein (Class 3). New gene name: motA. New protein name: MotA. New evidence reference (PubMed ID): 15375113. New genomic context: motAB are motor genes expressed in the flagellar hierarchy. New function class: Motility and Attachment. New comment: MotAB require MotY for optimal function.MotAB and MotY are necessary for movement in viscous environments and over surfaces. New pathway: flagella assembly Raymond C. Lo and Fiona S.L. Brinkman, Simon Fraser University, Canada (based on literature review);