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Table 1 Formerly and newly identified exported proteins that may be associated with the virulence phenotype of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis strains

From: A combined approach for comparative exoproteome analysis of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis

Protein Descriptiona GenBank Accession Identified in the exoproteome of the strainb: Orhologs found in other Corynebacteriac: References
   1002 C231 Pathogenic Non-pathogenic  
Phospholipase D (PLD) ADL09524.1 No Yes Yes No [54]
Iron siderophore binding protein (FagD) ADL09528.1 No Yes Yes Yes [6]
Serine proteinase precursor (CP40) ADL11339.1 No Yes No No [57]
Putative iron transport system binding (secreted) protein ADL10460.1 No Yes Yes No [12]
Glycerophosphoryl diester phosphodiesterase ADL11410.1 No Yes Yes No This work. [72]
Putative surface-anchored membrane protein ADL20074.1 Yes Yes Yes No This work.
Putative hydrolase (lysozyme-like) ADL20788.1 Yes Yes Yes No This work.
Putative secreted protein ADL21714.1 Yes Yes Yes No This work.
Putative sugar-binding secreted protein ADL09872.1 No Yes Yes No This work.
  1. The inclusion criteria followed three main requisites: (i) experimental detection of the proteins in the exoproteomes of the pathogenic C. diphtheriae and C. jeikeium; (ii) non-detection of the proteins in the exoproteomes of the non-pathogenic C. glutamicum and C. efficiens; and (iii) in silico detection of ortholog proteins in pathogenic, but not in non-pathogenic, corynebacteria through search of similarity against public protein repositories.
  2. a This protein list is not meant to be all-inclusive. Rather, it wants to give an overview of the exported proteins identified in this study for which it was possible to speculate on a probable involvement in C. pseudotuberculosis virulence after comparative proteomic analyses.
  3. b Proteins identified in this study by TPP/LC-MSE
  4. c Searches of similarity against publicly available protein databases using Blast-p.