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Gene HP0616 from Helicobacter pylori 26695: chemotaxis protein (cheV)
Member of NCBI Protein Clusters CLSK495823(See COMBREX Page ) (See NCBI page)
NCBI Entrez GeneID 898950
UniProtKB accession
RefSeq Protein accession NP_207411.1 (PROVISIONAL)
Gene Symbol(s)
  • symbol: HP0616
  • locus tag: HP0616
Organism Helicobacter pylori 26695 (NCBI TaxID: 85962)
Other Cross References:
  • S
    Structure(s) available in PDB:
  • 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).
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Source Predicted function(s)
NCBI Protein Cluster Prediction chemotaxis protein
Prof. Vitkup 4.6.1.1 / Confidence:0.008 (References: 19935659, 16507154)
Functional Status blueblue (function predicted, no experimental evidence)
Source of prediction NCBI Protein Clusters info
BLASTP hits to experimentally validated proteins This gene does not have a BLAST match to any experimentally validated gene with an E value below 1e-5
GO terms
  • BP: GO:0000160 : two-component signal transduction system (phosphorelay) : IEA
  • BP: GO:0006935 : chemotaxis : IEA
  • CC: GO:0005622 : intracellular : IEA
  • MF: GO:0000156 : two-component response regulator activity : IEA
  • BP: GO:0006355 : regulation of transcription, DNA-dependent : IEA
  • BP: GO:0007165 : signal transduction : IEA
  • MF: GO:0004871 : signal transducer activity : IEA
Domain Structure from CDD
  • REC: Signal receiver domain; originally thought to be unique to bacteria (CheY, OmpR, NtrC, and PhoB), now recently identifie.... (More)
  • CheW_like: CheW-like domain. CheW proteins are part of the chemotaxis signalling mechanism in bacteria. CheW interacts with the met.... (More)

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
phylogenetic profile
domain fusion
adkadenylate kinase
 
  
aspSaspartyl-tRNA synthetase
 
  
HP0099methyl-accepting chemotaxis protein (tlpA) 
 
 
HP0103methyl-accepting chemotaxis protein (tlpB) 
 
 
HP0392histidine kinase (cheA) 
 
 
HP0599hemolysin secretion protein precursor (hylB) 
 
 
HP0082methyl-accepting chemotaxis transducer (tlpC) 
 
 
HP1067chemotaxis protein (cheY)  
 
HP0019chemotaxis protein (cheV)  
 
HP0393chemotaxis protein (cheV)