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Table 2 The halobacterial transducers as preys

From: The protein interaction network of a taxis signal transduction system in a Halophilic Archaeon

Htr Gene Name Signal TM A Y W1 W2 R
1 OE3347F HtrI Orange light (A), UV light (R) [3537] 2  
2 OE3481R HtrII Blue light (R), Ser (A) [38, 39] 2  
3 OE3611R BasT Leu, Ile, Val, Met, Cys (A) [33] 2  
4 OE2189R Htr4   2  
5 OE3474R CosT Compatible osmolytes (A) [34] 2  
6 OE2168R Htr6   2  
8 OE3167F HtrVIII O2 (A) [40] 6  
14 OE1536R MpcT ΔΨ (A) [41] 2   
17 OE3436R Htr17   3    
18 OE2195F Htr18   2 (∙)    
16 OE1929R Htr16   2     
15 OE2392R Htr15   0   
11 OE5243F Car Arg (A) [42] 0     
13 OE2474R Htr13   0    
12 OE3070R Htr12   0     
7 OE3473F Htr7   3      
9 OE2996R Htr9   0      
10 OE3150R HemAT O2 (R) [43] 0      
  1. Transducers were grouped according to their interaction patterns. Signal indicates attractant (A) or repellent (R) signal for the respective transducer where known. TM is the number of predicted transmembrane helices. The columns A, Y, W1, W2 and R indicate whether the transducer was identified as interaction partner CheA, CheY, CheW1, CheW2 or CheR, respectively. () Htr18 was not identified with the bait CheA but its putatively associated protein OE2196F.