Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1, PA1461 (motD)

Cytoplasmic
Cytoplasmic Membrane
Periplasmic
Outer Membrane
Extracellular
Unknown
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Annotation Updates

Date Description Acknowledgements
May 12, 2005 New gene name: motD. New protein name: MotD. New homology: 80% similar to PP4335 [Pseudomonas putida] ; 80% similar to Pflu1229 [Pseudomonas fluorescens] ; 77% similar to Psyr023852 [Pseudomonas syringae] 42% ; similar to MotB [Escherichia coli] ; 41% similar to MotB [Salmonella typhimurium]. New genomic context: motD is expressed with motC and other che genes (involved in chemotaxis). 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.New evidence reference (Pubmed ID): 15629949. 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: motB. New protein name: MotB. 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);
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