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  • Rv3418c - 10 kda chaperonin groES


    Protein Domains

    Gene Information
    LocusRv3418c
    SymbolgroES
    Gene Name10 kda chaperonin groES
    Location3836986 - 3837288 (-)
    SpeciesMycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv complete genome.
    LengthGene:303 bp
    Protein:101 aa
    External LinksTuberculist
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    Orthogroup Number245
    Related GenesAcel_0362 BL1558 CE0601 cg0690 DIP0575 jk1729 MAP4264 MAV_4366 Mkms_1170 ML0380 Mmcs_1153 MSMEG_1582 MT3527 MUL_0885 Mvan_1494 nfa8860 PPA1773 SAV4991 SCO4761
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    Sequence
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    FieldValueStatusCreatorDate
    InteractionPhysicalInteraction Rv3417cactivechirupolo2012-10-05
    Structural analysis
    V. Aravindhan, AJ. Christy et al. Mycobacterium tuberculosis groE promoter controls the expression of the bicistronic groESL1 operon and shows differential regulation under stress conditions. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 2009
    InteractionPhysicalInteraction Rv3417cactivechirupolo2012-10-05
    Structural analysis
    MM. Roberts, AR. Coker et al. Mycobacterium tuberculosis chaperonin 10 heptamers self-associate through their biologically active loops. J. Bacteriol. 2003
    InteractionPhysicalInteraction Rv0440activepriti.priety2012-10-05
    Structural Analysis
    authors,R. Qamra,SC. Mande Crystal structure of the 65-kilodalton heat shock protein, chaperonin 60.2, of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. J. Bacteriol. 2004
    InteractionPhysicalInteraction Rv0440activepriti.priety2012-10-05
    Structural Analysis
    authors,S. Sinha,S. Arora,K. Kosalai,A. Namane,AS. Pym,ST. Cole Proteome analysis of the plasma membrane of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Comp. Funct. Genomics 2002
    InteractionPhysicalInteraction Rv0440activepriti.priety2012-10-05
    Spectrophotometric
    authors,R. Qamra,SC. Mande Crystal structure of the 65-kilodalton heat shock protein, chaperonin 60.2, of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. J. Bacteriol. 2004
    InteractionPhysicalInteraction Rv0440activepriti.priety2012-10-05
    Spectrophotometric
    authors,S. Sinha,S. Arora,K. Kosalai,A. Namane,AS. Pym,ST. Cole Proteome analysis of the plasma membrane of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Comp. Funct. Genomics 2002
    InteractionRegulatedBy Rv2710activeyamir.moreno2012-10-05
    Microarrays. mRNA levels of regulated element measured and compared between wild-type and trans-element mutation (knockout, over expression etc.) performed by using microarray (or macroarray) experiments..
    JH. Lee, PC. Karakousis et al. Roles of SigB and SigF in the Mycobacterium tuberculosis sigma factor network. J. Bacteriol. 2008
    InteractionRegulatedBy Rv3678cactiveyamir.moreno2012-10-05
    One hybrid reporter system. Physical binding of the regulator to the regulated promoter proved by using electrophoretic mobility shift assay. .
    M. Guo, H. Feng et al. Dissecting transcription regulatory pathways through a new bacterial one-hybrid reporter system. Genome Res. 2009
    InteractionRegulatedBy Rv3416activeyamir.moreno2012-10-05
    One hybrid reporter system. Physical binding of the regulator to the regulated promoter proved by using electrophoretic mobility shift assay. .
    M. Guo, H. Feng et al. Dissecting transcription regulatory pathways through a new bacterial one-hybrid reporter system. Genome Res. 2009
    InteractionRegulatedBy Rv3414cactiveyamir.moreno2012-10-05
    One hybrid reporter system. Physical binding of the regulator to the regulated promoter proved by using electrophoretic mobility shift assay. .
    M. Guo, H. Feng et al. Dissecting transcription regulatory pathways through a new bacterial one-hybrid reporter system. Genome Res. 2009
    InteractionRegulatedBy Rv2745cactiveyamir.moreno2012-10-05
    One hybrid reporter system. Physical binding of the regulator to the regulated promoter proved by using electrophoretic mobility shift assay. .
    M. Guo, H. Feng et al. Dissecting transcription regulatory pathways through a new bacterial one-hybrid reporter system. Genome Res. 2009
    InteractionRegulatedBy Rv2021cactiveyamir.moreno2012-10-05
    One hybrid reporter system. Physical binding of the regulator to the regulated promoter proved by using electrophoretic mobility shift assay. .
    M. Guo, H. Feng et al. Dissecting transcription regulatory pathways through a new bacterial one-hybrid reporter system. Genome Res. 2009
    InteractionRegulatedBy Rv0981activeyamir.moreno2012-10-05
    One hybrid reporter system. Physical binding of the regulator to the regulated promoter proved by using electrophoretic mobility shift assay. .
    M. Guo, H. Feng et al. Dissecting transcription regulatory pathways through a new bacterial one-hybrid reporter system. Genome Res. 2009
    InteractionRegulatedBy Rv0491activeyamir.moreno2012-10-05
    One hybrid reporter system. Physical binding of the regulator to the regulated promoter proved by using electrophoretic mobility shift assay. .
    M. Guo, H. Feng et al. Dissecting transcription regulatory pathways through a new bacterial one-hybrid reporter system. Genome Res. 2009
    InteractionRegulatedBy Rv2374cactiveyamir.moreno2012-10-05
    Literature previously reported link (from Balazsi et al. 2008). Traceable author statement to experimental support.
    G. Bal√°zsi, AP. Heath et al. The temporal response of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis gene regulatory network during growth arrest. Mol. Syst. Biol. 2008