Entry information : MsPrx02 (Prx1B)
Entry ID 157
Creation 2006-09-15 (Christophe Dunand)
Last sequence changes 2006-09-15
Sequence status complete
Reviewer reviewer name not stored
Last annotation changes 2009-04-09 (Christophe Dunand)
Peroxidase information: MsPrx02 (Prx1B)
Name (synonym) MsPrx02 (Prx1B)
Class Class III peroxidase    [Orthogroup: Prx001]
Taxonomy Eukaryota Viridiplantae Streptophyta Fabaceae Medicago
Organism Medicago sativa (alfalfa)    [TaxId: 3879 ]
Cellular localisation N/D
Tissue type Leaves
Inducers Pathogen interaction
Pseudomonas syringae infection
Repressor N/D
Best BLASTp hits
Perox score E-value MsPrx02
start..stop
S start..stop
MtPrx11 716 0 1..355 1..355
MtPrx12 649 0 1..355 1..352
PsPrx09 627 0 19..355 17..353
MtPrx10 617 0 1..355 1..353
Literature and cross-references MsPrx02 (Prx1B)
Literature REFERENCE 1 el-Turk,J., Asemota,O., Leymarie,J., Sallaud,C., Mesnage,S.,Breda,C., Buffard,D., Kondorosi,A. and Esnault,R. Nucleotide sequences of four pathogen-induced alfalfa peroxidase-encoding cDNAs. Gene 170 (2), 213-216 (1996)
REFERENCE 2
Protein ref. UniProtKB:   Q43790
mRNA ref. GenBank:   X90693
Protein sequence: MsPrx02 (Prx1B)
Sequence Properties
first value : protein
second value (mature protein)
Length (aa):   %s   355 (336)
PWM (Da):   %s   38037.11 (36111.1) Transmb domain:   %s   i7-29o
PI (pH):   %s   6.86 (6.50) Peptide Signal:   %s   cut: 28 range:20-355
Sequence
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MNSLRAVAIA LCCIVVVLGG LPFSSNAQLD PSFYRNTCPN VSSIVREVIR SVSKKDPRML ASLVRLHFHD CFVQGCDASV LLNKTDTVVS EQDAFPNRNS LRGLDVVNQI KTAVEKACPN  TVSCADILAL SAELSSTLAD GPDWKVPLGR RDGLTANQLL ANQNLPAPFN TTDQLKAAFA AQGLDTTDLV ALSGAHTFGR AHCSLFVSRL YNFSGTGSPD PTLNTTYLQQ LRTICPNGGP 
GTNLTNFDPT TPDKFDKNYY SNLQVKKGLL QSDQELFSTS GSDTISIVNK FATDQKAFFE SFRAAMIKMG NIGVLTGNQG EIRKQCNFVN SKSAELGLIN VASADSSEEG MVSSM 

Retrieve as FASTA  
Remarks Complete sequence from mRNA. no ESTs.