KEGG   ORTHOLOGY: K11033
Entry
K11033                      KO                                     

Name
nheA
Definition
non-hemolytic enterotoxin A
Pathway
ko02024  Quorum sensing
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:ko00001]
 09140 Cellular Processes
  09145 Cellular community - prokaryotes
   02024 Quorum sensing
    K11033  nheA; non-hemolytic enterotoxin A
 09180 Brite Hierarchies
  09183 Protein families: signaling and cellular processes
   02042 Bacterial toxins
    K11033  nheA; non-hemolytic enterotoxin A
Bacterial toxins [BR:ko02042]
 Type II toxins: Membrane damaging toxins
  Pore-forming toxins, Other
   K11033  nheA; non-hemolytic enterotoxin A
Genes
BAN: BA_1887
BAR: GBAA_1887
BAT: BAS1749
BAH: BAMEG_2705
BAI: BAA_1955
BAX: H9401_1784
BANT: A16_19230
BANR: A16R_19450
BANS: BAPAT_1800
BANH: HYU01_09475
BANV: DJ46_696
BCE: BC1809
BCA: BCE_1968(nheA)
BCZ: BCE33L1698(nheA)
BCQ: BCQ_1880(nheA)
BCX: BCA_1955
BAL: BACI_c18740(nheA)
BNC: BCN_1808
BCF: bcf_09260
BCER: BCK_25180
BTK: BT9727_1727(nheA)
BTL: BALH_1663
BTT: HD73_2051
BTHI: BTK_10375
BTM: MC28_1060
BTW: BF38_3108
BWW: bwei_3146(nheA) bwei_5368(nheA2)
BMYO: BG05_4107
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Reference
  Authors
Fagerlund A, Lindback T, Storset AK, Granum PE, Hardy SP
  Title
Bacillus cereus Nhe is a pore-forming toxin with structural and functional properties similar to the ClyA (HlyE, SheA) family of haemolysins, able to induce osmotic lysis in epithelia.
  Journal
Microbiology 154:693-704 (2008)
DOI:10.1099/mic.0.2007/014134-0
Reference
  Authors
Zigha A, Rosenfeld E, Schmitt P, Duport C
  Title
Anaerobic cells of Bacillus cereus F4430/73 respond to low oxidoreduction potential by metabolic readjustments and activation of enterotoxin expression.
  Journal
Arch Microbiol 185:222-33 (2006)
DOI:10.1007/s00203-006-0090-z
  Sequence
[ban:BA_1887]

KEGG   ORTHOLOGY: K11034
Entry
K11034                      KO                                     

Name
nheBC
Definition
non-hemolytic enterotoxin B/C
Pathway
ko02024  Quorum sensing
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:ko00001]
 09140 Cellular Processes
  09145 Cellular community - prokaryotes
   02024 Quorum sensing
    K11034  nheBC; non-hemolytic enterotoxin B/C
 09180 Brite Hierarchies
  09183 Protein families: signaling and cellular processes
   02042 Bacterial toxins
    K11034  nheBC; non-hemolytic enterotoxin B/C
Bacterial toxins [BR:ko02042]
 Type II toxins: Membrane damaging toxins
  Pore-forming toxins, Other
   K11034  nheBC; non-hemolytic enterotoxin B/C
Genes
PVC: G3341_00065
PPR: PBPRB1474
AHA: AHA_2582
AHY: AHML_13720
AHD: AI20_06550
AHR: V428_14205
AHP: V429_14225
AHJ: V469_08885
AHH: RY45_13405
AHI: VU14_08840
BAN: BA_1888
BAR: GBAA_1888
BAI: BAA_1956
BCA: BCE_1969(nheB) BCE_1970(nheC)
BCQ: BCQ_1881(nheB) BCQ_1882(nheC)
BAL: BACI_c18750(nheB) BACI_c18760(nheC)
BTG: BTB_c18600(hblA1) BTB_c18610(hblA2)
BWW: bwei_3144(nheC) bwei_3145(nheB) bwei_5366(nheC2) bwei_5367(nheB2)
VPN: A21D_00355(hblA_2)
 » show all
Reference
  Authors
Fagerlund A, Lindback T, Storset AK, Granum PE, Hardy SP
  Title
Bacillus cereus Nhe is a pore-forming toxin with structural and functional properties similar to the ClyA (HlyE, SheA) family of haemolysins, able to induce osmotic lysis in epithelia.
  Journal
Microbiology 154:693-704 (2008)
DOI:10.1099/mic.0.2007/014134-0
Reference
  Authors
Zigha A, Rosenfeld E, Schmitt P, Duport C
  Title
Anaerobic cells of Bacillus cereus F4430/73 respond to low oxidoreduction potential by metabolic readjustments and activation of enterotoxin expression.
  Journal
Arch Microbiol 185:222-33 (2006)
DOI:10.1007/s00203-006-0090-z
  Sequence
[ban:BA_1888]

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