Lipoprotein

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This is a list of genes associated with Lipoproteins:

  • potCD potCD gene encodes a protein which is involved with Spermidine/putrescine ABC transporting, permease and substrate-binding. (E.Coli: potC)
  • mppA | MMSYN1 0169[1]: mppA is a periplasmic binding protein that mediates the high affinity uptake of murein tripeptides[2].
  • mppA | G6665 [2]: mppA is a periplasmic binding protein in E. coli cells that mediates the high affinity uptake of murein tripeptides[2].
  • Isp: catalyzes the removal of signal peptides from prolipoproteins.
  • IspA: catalyzes the removal of signal peptides from prolipoproteins in E. Coli.
  • lsp also catalyzes the removal of signal peptides from prolipoproteins.
  • lspA also catalyzes the removal of signal peptides from prolipoproteins in E. Coli.
  • MMSYN1_0636: Putative lipoprotein with unknown function; probable member of MOLPALP protein family.
  • MMSYN1_0835: Putative lipoprotein with unknown function.
  • MMSYN1_0708: Gene involved in transporter activity, encodes for high affinity transport system protein p37.
  • phnD: Part of a phosphonate binding protein, cryptic phosphonate ABC transporter periplasmic binding protein, that is involved in the phosphonate uptake system.
  • unknown Function thought to be related to lipoprotein, a biochemical assembly which transports hydrophobic lipid
  • lipoprotein, putative (VlcE) Unkown function although likely related to Lipoprotein metabolism, possibly in connection to cellular membranes.
  • lipoprotein, putative The putative lipoprotein would have a main physiological role as bulk lipid transport, to help maintain the lipid composition of cell membranes, and directly influence several cellular biochemical reactions.