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SDAP - All Allergens
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Last Updated: February 25, 2013  
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Allergen Cha o 1

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AllergenCha o 1
Typetree
Species - Systematic NamePinales; Chamaecyparis obtusa
Species - Common NameJapanese cypress
Keywordspectate lyase
Classnon-IUIS

Cha o 1 - Protein Sequences
SourceLink to SourceView SequenceFASTA@SDAPBLAST@NCBIBLAST@ExPASyPROSITE@PIR
SwissProtQ96385Go!Go!Go!Go!Go!
FASTA@SDAP: FASTA search against all SDAP allergen sequences performed at SDAP
BLAST@ExPASy: BLAST search performed at the Expert Protein Analysis System (ExPASy) proteomics server of the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB)
PROSITE@PIR: PROSITE search performed at PIR - Protein Information Resources

Cha o 1 - Protein Sequence Properties
Protein SequenceProtease cleavage sites
PeptideCutter@ExPASy
Q96385Go!
PeptideCutter@ExPASy: Protease cleavage sites predicted with PeptideCutter from the Expert Protein Analysis System (ExPASy) proteomics server of the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB)

Cha o 1 - Protein Similarity, Classification and Clustering
Protein SequenceSuperfamilyInterPro
Q96385Go!Go!

Cha o 1 - Protein Models
3D ModelSourceLink to SourceView SequenceView AlignmentGet ModelPicturePicture+90Picture+180Picture+270Jmol
Model 87SwissProtQ96385Go!Go!Go!Go!Go!Go!Go!View!


Cha o 1 - Pfam domains
SequencePfam sequencePfam familyAllergens from
this Pfam family
Pfam databasePfam regionFirst amino acidLast amino acid
Q96385       
 MPA1_CHAOBPF00544Go!Pfam A1102289
  PF00544: Pectate lyase
 MPA1_CHAOBPF00544Go!Pfam A1102289
  PF00544: Pectate lyase
Pfam is a database of multiple sequence alignments and hidden Markov models covering protein domains and families

Inspect MotifMate results for Cha o 1. AutoMotif contains a database of PCPMer motifs for allergens.
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Cha o 1 - Epitopes
NoEpitopeExact
Match
@SDAP
Peptide
Similarity
@SDAP
Exact
Match
@PIR
PositionTypeDescription
1DANWDQNRMKLADCAVGFGSGo!Go!Go!32-51T-cell subdominant
2GATRERSLWIIFSKNLNIKLGo!Go!Go!82-101T-cell dominant
3IFSKNLNIKLNMPLYIAGNKGo!Go!Go!92-111T-cell subdominant
4HFFNHHKVMLLGHSDIYSDDGo!Go!Go!212-231T-cell subdominant
5KSMKVTVAFNQFGPNAGQRMGo!Go!Go!232-251T-cell dominant
6PRARYGLIHVANNNYDPWSIGo!Go!Go!252-271T-cell subdominant
7YAIGGSSNPTILSEGNSFTAGo!Go!Go!272-291T-cell subdominant
8SSGKNEGTNIYNNNEAFKVEGo!Go!Go!332-351T-cell dominant
9YNNNEAFKVENGSAAPQLTKGo!Go!Go!342-361T-cell dominant
10NGSAAPQLTKNAGVLTCILSGo!Go!Go!352-371T-cell subdominant
T. Sone, K. Dairiki, K. Morikubo, K. Shimizu, H. Tsunoo, T. Mori, and K. Kino, Identification of human T cell epitopes in Japanese cypress pollen allergen, Cha o 1, elucidates the intrinsic mechanism of cross-allergenicity between Cha o 1 and Cry j 1, the major allergen of Japanese cedar pollen, at the T cell level. Clin. Exp. Allergy 2005, 35, 664-671.


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