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BSORF Gene Entry : BG10824

ORF IDBG10824 (BSU09100)
Locationcomplement(984262..984465)  
Length67 aa
204 bp   +upstreambp   +downstreambp
Molecular mass7229.2
Isoelectric point4.34
GenecspB         Subtilist      cspB         UniProt      P32081
SynonymcspA
Productmajor cold-shock protein, RNA chaperones facilitating the initiation of translation under optimal and low temperatures.
EC number
Motifpf:CSD 1 66
pf:OB_RNB 4 54
ps:COLD_SHOCK 15
LocalizationPSORT  SOSUI
Ortholog SSDB     COG
Paralog SSDB
Homology FASTA-sp   BLAST-nr
3D Structure PDB     GTOP
Category4.1 : Adaptation to atypical conditions  
KEGG pathway 
EssentialNo (Mutant)
MutantBFS1603
Northernno
BSTFBG10824
DNA array data BG10824
Reference
1. Graumann P, Wendrich TM, Weber MH, Schroder K, Marahiel MA (1997) A family of cold shock proteins in Bacillus subtilis is essential for cellular growth and for efficient protein synthesis at optimal and low temperatures. Mol Microbiol 25:741-56.[PMID:9379903]
2. Perl D, Welker C, Schindler T, Schroder K, Marahiel MA, Jaenicke R, Schmid FX (1998) Conservation of rapid two-state folding in mesophilic, thermophilic and hyperthermophilic cold shock proteins. Nat Struct Biol 5:229-35.[PMID:9501917]
3. Schindler T, Perl D, Graumann P, Sieber V, Marahiel MA, Schmid FX (1998) Surface-exposed phenylalanines in the RNP1/RNP2 motif stabilize the cold-shock protein CspB from Bacillus subtilis. Proteins 30:401-6.[PMID:9533624]
4. Graumann PL, Marahiel MA (1999) Cold shock proteins CspB and CspC are major stationary-phase-induced proteins in Bacillus subtilis. Arch Microbiol 171:135-8.[PMID:9914312]
5. Schindler T, Graumann PL, Perl D, Ma S, Schmid FX, Marahiel MA (1999) The family of cold shock proteins of Bacillus subtilis. Stability and dynamics in vitro and in vivo. J Biol Chem 274:3407-13.[PMID:9920884]
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