Viral tail fiber assembly

Caudovirales (tailed bacterial viruses) usually have fibers attached to the distal end of their tail. The preassembled are attached to the tail. The pathway of fibers assembly has been well studied in bacteriophage T4 . Chaperoning is needed for the correct assembly of the fiber proteins.

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10 entries grouped by strain (browse by keywords)

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Enterobacteria phage T4 (Bacteriophage T4) reference strain

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TFA_BPT4 Tail fiber assembly protein (Gene product 38) (gp38) (Receptor recognizing protein)
GP57_BPT4 Tail fiber assembly helper protein (Gene product 57) (gp57)

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Escherichia phage Mu (Bacteriophage Mu) reference strain

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U2_BPMU Tail fiber assembly protein U' (Gene product U') (gpU')
U1_BPMU Tail fiber assembly protein U (Gene product 50) (gp50) (Gene product U) (gpU)

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Escherichia phage P1 (Bacteriophage P1) reference strain

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U2_BPP1 Tail fiber assembly protein U' (Gene product U') (gpU')
U1_BPP1 Tail fiber assembly protein U (Gene product U) (gpU)

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Acyrthosiphon pisum secondary endosymbiont phage 1 (Bacteriophage APSE-1) reference strain

TFA_BPAPS Probable tail fiber assembly protein (P37)

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Escherichia phage P2 (Bacteriophage P2) reference strain

TFA_BPP2 Probable tail fiber assembly protein (GpG)

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Escherichia phage lambda (Bacteriophage lambda) reference strain

TFA_LAMBD Tail fiber assembly protein

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Shigella phage SfV (Shigella flexneri bacteriophage V) (Bacteriophage SfV) reference strain

TFA_BPSF5 Probable tail fiber assembly protein (P37)