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Gene HP0243 from Helicobacter pylori 26695: neutrophil activating protein (napA) (bacterioferritin)
Member of NCBI Protein Clusters CLSK872309(See COMBREX Page ) (See NCBI page)
NCBI Entrez GeneID 898765
UniProtKB accession
RefSeq Protein accession NP_207041.1 (PROVISIONAL)
Gene Symbol(s)
  • symbol: HP0243
  • locus tag: HP0243
Organism Helicobacter pylori 26695 (NCBI TaxID: 85962)
Other Cross References:
  • S
    Structure(s) available in PDB: 1JI4
  • C
    Gene cloned by a participant in the Protein Structure Initiative (PSI): TargetDB. (To obtain a clone, please contact the PSI:Biology-Materials Repository.)
  • U
    Protein purified by a participant in the Protein Structure Initiative (PSI): TargetDB. (If you are interested in collaborating to obtain the protein, please contact the Northeast Structural Genomics consortium).
  • Protein described in EcoCyc:
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Source Predicted function(s)
NCBI Protein Cluster Prediction neutrophil-activating protein A
Berkeley Phylogenomics Group GO:0005515 protein binding / (References: 19435885)
Functional Status blueblue (function predicted, no experimental evidence)
Source of prediction NCBI Protein Clusters info
BLASTP hits to experimentally validated proteins
green dps from Bacillus subtilis subsp. subtilis str. 168
(%_identity=34.31; E_val=4e-19; BitScore=88.6)

other hits with E-value < 1e-05
Share the same Pfam domain composition with the following experimentally validated proteins
green bfr from Escherichia coli str. K-12 substr. MG1655

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GO terms
  • BP: GO:0055114 : oxidation reduction : IEA
  • MF: GO:0046872 : metal ion binding : IEA
  • MF: GO:0046914 : transition metal ion binding : IEA
  • MF: GO:0008199 : ferric iron binding : IEA
  • MF: GO:0016491 : oxidoreductase activity : IEA
  • BP: GO:0006950 : response to stress : IEA
  • BP: GO:0009405 : pathogenesis : IEA
  • BP: GO:0006879 : cellular iron ion homeostasis : IEA
  • CC: GO:0005737 : cytoplasm : IEA
Domain Structure from CDD
  • DPS: DPS protein, ferritin-like diiron-binding domain. DPS (DNA Protecting protein under Starved conditions) domain is a memb.... (More)
  • Ferritin: Ferritin-like domain. This family contains ferritins and other ferritin-like proteins such as members of the DPS family and bacterioferritins.

See domain structure on NCBI Conserved Domain Database
Domain structure from Pfam
See domain structure on Pfam Database
The table at right lists genes that may be "functionally linked to" (i.e., participate in a common biological process, or form a protein complex with) the subject gene of this page, as determined by two sequence-independent methods, including phylogenetic profiling and operon membership (determined by OperonDB). (Info.) These linkages may also be viewed graphically using the program VisANT, by clicking on the headers of the table. Note: VisANT requires Java. To install the latest version of Java, see www.java.com
 OperonDB
HP0241hypothetical protein
 
HP0242hypothetical protein
 
HP0244signal-transducing protein, histidine kinase (atoS
 
HP0245hypothetical protein