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                SDAP - Structural Database of Allergenic Proteins
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Allergen Info Description
Allergen ID 1331
Allergen Scientific Name Act d 5.0101
Allergen Species - Systematic Name Actinidia deliciosa
Allergen Species - Common Name Kiwi fruit
Allergen Common source foods
Allergen Common name
Allergen Keywords Kiwellin
Allergen IUIS (Yes=1, No=0) 1
Act d 5.0101 - References
ID Reference
No reference found!
Act d 5.0101 - Protein Sequences
Source Link to source
SwissProt P84527
Act d 5.0101 - Sequence Search
Sequence Header Sequence
Act d 5.0101
SDAP Sequence ID: 1185
SDAP Allergen ID: 1331
ISSCNGPCRDLNDCDGQLICIKGKCNDDPQVGTHICRGTTHSHQPGGCKPSGTLTCRGKSYPTYDCSPPVTSSTPAKLTNNDFSEGGDDGGPSECDESYHNNNERIVALSTGWYNGGSRCGKMIRITASNGKSVSAKVVDECDSRHGCDKEHAGQPPCRNNIVDGSNAVWSALGLDKNVGVVDITWSMA
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Act d 5.0101 - Statistics from Alphafold ( SI is sequence id, Best template format: PDB_ChainID)
Allergen Name pLDDT Score pTM Score Best PDB template %Seq ID Align length Seq length Query Range Sequence Range E-Value Bit Score Download Model
Act d 5.0101 91.45 0.8 4X9U_A 98.413 189 189 1 - 189 1 - 189 0 377 Download (SI: 1185)
Act d 5.0101 - Alphafold Theoretical Model Structure
Model Structure
1185_relaxed_rank_1_model_4.pdb


Coverage Plddt
Act d 5.0101 - Protein Sequence Properties!
Protein Sequence Protease cleavage sites PeptideCutter at ExPASy
P84527 Click here to process the data
Act d 5.0101 - PFAM Information
SeqID Aller ID AlnS AlnE EnvS EnvE PFAM ID Family Type Clan Description
Where: AlnS= Alignment start position, AlnE= Alignment end position, EnvS= Envelope start position, EnvE= Envelope end position.

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Predicted B-Cell epitope using BCEP method for Act d 5.0101

Probe radius : 1.400

POLAR area/energy = 4352.20

APOLAR area/energy = 5774.84

Total area/energy = 10127.04

Number of surface atoms = 824

Number of buried atoms = 564

Residues Predicted with high probability (in top five patches) are: 43,44,45,46,47,28,29,30,32,122,188,27,34,118,49,40,41,42,17 , and medium probability (next top five patches) are : 17,19,26,86,87,89,90,91,92,99,15,50,52,53,60,61,62,63,64,157 . Predicted residues are shown in red and green color stick representation.

Original PDB file 1444.test.pdb
Original PDB file with surface residue only. All amino acid residue are replaced by their CB atom, in case of GLY CA atom is used. Solvent accessible surface area of each residue is stored in last column of the PDB file. 11444.test.txt
Patch drawn around the residues by patch analysis are stored in this file
How to read: Col 1: Patch No. Col 2: Center Res Name. Col 3: Sum(Pint*Area), Col 4: Sum(Psur*Area), Col 5: Total Residue, Col 6: Interface score, Col 7: Surface Score, Col 8: Max Interface Score, Col 9: Minimum Interface Score
1444.test.tmppat
Residues predicted by patch analysis are stored in this file.
How to read: Col 1: Patch No. Col 2: Center Res Name. Col 3: Res Number Col 4: Neigbouring Res Name, Col 5: Sum(Pint*Area). Col 6: Sum(PSur*Area), Col 7: Sum(Area), Col 8: Similar no of residue in patch (e.g CYS, CYS = 2)
1444.test.res
All residues scored by patch analysis are stored in this file.
How to read: Col 1: Patch No. Col 2: Center Res Name. Col 3: Sum(Pint*Area)/sum(Area), Col 4: Sum(Psur*Area)/sum(Area), Col 5: Total Residue
1444.test.resALL

[For BCEP predicted results, please cite our websites http://fermi.utmb.edu/ http://curie.utmb.edu/ for your future publications (Negi et al., Bioinformatics, 23, 3397-3399, 2007 , Negi et al., J. Mol. Model., 13, 1157-1167, 2007; Negi et al., J. Mol. Model., 12, 921-929, 2006)]



List of B-cell epitopes predicted by BepiPred method using a window size of 9 amino acids
Peptides predicted from BepiPred method can be used to search related peptides in SDAP using PD search and Cross-React method.
Please note: BepiPred Epitopes are predicted using BepiPred webserver implemented in IEDB Analysis Resource at http://tools.iedb.org/main/bcell/
Cleck here for epitopes predicted by BepiPred method

Act d 5.0101 - Epitope Information from published data
No. Position Epitope Sequence Epitope Type View epitope Search epitope in SDAP PD search in SDAP Cross-React search
No epitope information found!
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