Tracy Palmer Group

Prokaryotic proteins that are predicted to have an even number of TMD preceding a predicted twin arginine motif and that are immediately followed by a single TM
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Supplementary material from Ize et al (2004). Novel phenotypes of Escherichia coli tat mutants revealed by global gene expression and phenotypic analysis. J. Biol. Chem. 279:47543-47554
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Complete list of known and predicted E.coli Tat substrates.
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S. scabies proteins predicted to have Tat signal peptides by either or both of TATFIND 1.4 and TatP.
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Lists of predicted Tat substrates in S. coelicolor.
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Substrates predicted by TatFind (Dilks, K., Rose, R.W., Hartmann, E. and Pohlschröder, M. (2003) Prokaryotic Utilisation of the Twin-Arginine Translocation Pathway: a Genomic Survey. J. Bacteriol.185: 1478-1483.
Substrates predicted by TatP (Bendtsen,J.D., Nielsen,H., Widdick,D., Palmer,T., and Brunak,S. (2005)Prediction of twin-arginine signal peptides BMC. Bioinformatics. 6: 167.
Substrates predicted by both algorithms

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TatFind TatP