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PENCE Proteome Analyst PA-GOSUB 2.5

Proteome Analyst is currently analyzing several commonly requested proteomes and making results available here for public viewing. Please bookmark this page as the URLs for individual result sets may change in the future

Animal | Archaea | Fungi | Gram-negative | Gram-positive | Plant

  1. Agrobacterium tumefaciens Cereon
    Gram-negative motile rod. Members of the genus Agrobacterium invade the crown, roots and stems of a great variety of plants via wounds causing tumors. The diseases are crown gall, hairy root, and cane gall. Some strains possess a wide host range, whereas other possess a very limited host range. The tumor is correlated with the presence of a large tumor-inducing plasmid (Ti plasmid) in the bacteria. Agrobacteria inhabit the soil.
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  2. Agrobacterium tumefaciens Dupont
    Gram-negative motile rod. Members of the genus Agrobacterium invade the crown, roots and stems of a great variety of plants via wounds causing tumors. The diseases are crown gall, hairy root, and cane gall. Some strains possess a wide host range, whereas other possess a very limited host range. The tumor is correlated with the presence of a large tumor-inducing plasmid (Ti plasmid) in the bacteria. Agrobacteria inhabit the soil.
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  3. Aquifex aeolicus
    Hyperthermophilic marine aerobic bacterium that reduces oxygen using hydrogen, thiosulfate or sulfur as the electron donor.
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  4. Bartonella henselae
    Bartonella henselae infects both cats and humans. The bacteria are transmitted among cats by the cat flea Ctenocephalides felis and to humans by cat scratches or cat bites. Infections produce no clinical symptoms in cats whereas cat-scratch disease in humans causes manifestations in the liver, the skin, the lymphatic organs, and the nervous and cardiovascular systems.
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  5. Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus
    Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus is a tiny and highly motile delta-proteobacterium that preys on other Gram-negative bacteria. Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus attaches itself to the cell wall of its prey and invades the cell where it goes through a full-life cycle. After it reproduces, the offspring burst out of the cell. Despite its small size, it has a relatively large genome encoding more than 3500 proteins.
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  6. Chlamydia trachomatis
    Obligate intracellular parasite depending on the host machinery for ATP synthesis. Chlamydial life cycle comprehends an intracellular metabolically- active "reticular body" and an inert extracellular spore-like "elementary body" equipped with a unique disulfide-cross-linked protein envelope. Comprehends several biovars responsible for trachoma (primarily in Africa and Asia), male and female sexually-transmitted urogenital infections (world-wide), inclusion conjunctivitis in infants, lynphogranuloma venereum (generally limited to developing countries).
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  7. Coxiella burnetii
    Coxiella burnetii is an obligate intracellular, Gram-negative bacterium that replicates within the phagolysosome of the eukaryotic phagocyte. It is the etiological agent of the "Q fever". It is highly infective to both humans and livestock. In humans, the disease manifests as an acute flu-like illness. C.burnetii is able to survive outside the host for extended periods of time. It shows high-level resistance to UV radiation, heat, dessication, pressure and osmotic and oxidative stress. It has already been weaponized and mass-produced under various biological warfare programs.
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  8. Escherichia coli EDL933
    Gram-negative straight rods. They are motile by peritrichous flagella or nonmotile, facultatively anaerobic chemoorganotrophic organisms with a both respiratory and fermentative metabolism. E.coli O157:H7 is a enterohemorrhagic strain producing large quantities of one or more related, potent toxins that cause severe damage to the lining of intestine. These toxins are closely related to the toxin produced by Shigella dysenteriae. The acute disease caused by the bacterium is called hemorrhagic colitis and is characterized by severe cramping and diarrhea. Undercooked or raw hamburger has been implicated in nearly all documented outbreaks and in other sporadic cases. Raw milk was the vehicle in a school outbreak in Canada.
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  9. Escherichia coli K12
    Escherichia coli is a Gram-negative straight rod which is motile by peritrichous flagella or nonmotile. It is a facultatively anaerobic chemoorganotroph with a both respiratory and fermentative metabolism. It is an important component of the biosphere. It colonizes the lower gut of animals and survives when released to the natural environment, allowing widespread dissemination to new hosts. Pathogenic E.coli strains are responsible for infection of the enteric, urinary, pulmonary and nervous systems.
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  10. Escherichia coli UPEC
    Uropathogenic strains of Escherichia coli (UPEC) are the most common cause of non-hospital-acquired urinary tract infections, responsible for 70-90% of the 7 million cases of acute cystitis and 250,000 cases of pyelonephritis reported annually in the United States.
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  11. Escherichia coli Sakai
    Gram-negative straight rods. They are motile by peritrichous flagella or nonmotile, facultatively anaerobic chemoorganotrophic organisms with a both respiratory and fermentative metabolism. E.coli O157:H7 is a enterohemorrhagic strain producing large quantities of one or more related, potent toxins that cause severe damage to the lining of intestine. These toxins are closely related to the toxin produced by Shigella dysenteriae. The acute disease caused by the bacterium is called hemorrhagic colitis and is characterized by severe cramping and diarrhea. Undercooked or raw hamburger has been implicated in nearly all documented outbreaks and in other sporadic cases. Raw milk was the vehicle in a school outbreak in Canada.
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  12. Haemophilus ducreyi
    Small, nonmotile, Gram-negative bacterium whose only natural host is human. Haemophilus ducreyi is the etiologic agent of chancroid, a disease which is endemic in developing countries. It facilitates transmission of HIV.
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  13. Helicobacter pylori ATCC 700392
    Micro-aerophilic, Gram-negative, slow-growing, spiral-shaped and flagellated organism. H.pylori is probably the most common cause of chronic bacterial infection of humans, present in almost half of the world population. The presence of the bacterium in the gastric mucosa is associated with chronic active gastritis and is implicated in more severe gastric diseases, including chronic atrophic gastritis, peptic ulceration and mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphomas.
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  14. Helicobacter pylori J99
    Micro-aerophilic, Gram-negative, slow-growing, spiral-shaped and flagellated organism. H.pylori is probably the most common cause of chronic bacterial infection of humans, present in almost half of the world population. The presence of the bacterium in the gastric mucosa is associated with chronic active gastritis and is implicated in more severe gastric diseases, including chronic atrophic gastritis, peptic ulceration and mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphomas. Strain J99 was isolated in the USA in 1994 from a patient with a duodenal ulcer.
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  15. Thermotoga maritima
    Rod-shaped thermophilic marine bacterium that metabolizes many simple and complex carbohydrates including glucose, sucrose, starch, cellulose, and xylan.
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  16. Thermus thermophilus HB27
    Thermus thermophilus is an extremely thermophilic, halotolerant bacterium. It was isolated from a natural thermal environment in Japan. It has an optimal growth temperature of about 85 Celsius degrees. Thermus thermophilus has become a model organism in structural biology and some of its enzymes have a biotechnological application.
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  17. Thermus thermophilus HB8
    Thermus thermophilus is an extremely thermophilic, halotolerant bacterium. It was isolated from a natural thermal environment in Japan. It has an optimal growth temperature of about 85 Celsius degrees. Thermus thermophilus has become a model organism in structural biology and some of its enzymes have a biotechnological application.
    • Information taken from Thermus thermophilus HB27.

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  18. Vibrio vulnificus CMCP6
    Vibrio vulnificus causes primary septicemia and wound infections. It was first recognized as a causative agent of a fatal septicemic infection in 1982. Septicemia occurs following ingestion of raw seafood preferentially in subjects having underlying diseases such as liver cirrhosis, hepatitis, hemochromatosis, or diabetes mellitus.
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  19. Vibrio vulnificus YJ016
    Vibrio vulnificus causes primary septicemia and wound infections. It was first recognized as a causative agent of a fatal septicemic infection in 1982. Septicemia occurs following ingestion of raw seafood preferentially in subjects having underlying diseases such as liver cirrhosis, hepatitis, hemochromatosis, or diabetes mellitus. Strain YJ016 is a hospital isolate from Taiwan.
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* CSV stands for Comma Separated Values which is a file format that is compatible with most spreadsheet programs (e.g. Excel). Each line in the file contains the predictions for one protein, the probabilities for the predictions are separated by commas.