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                SDAP 2.0 - Structural Database of Allergenic Proteins
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Allergen Info Description
Allergen ID 771
Allergen Scientific Name Tria p 1
Allergen Species - Systematic Name Triatoma protracta
Allergen Species - Common Name California kissing bug
Allergen Common source insects
Allergen Common name
Allergen Keywords procalin
Allergen IUIS (Yes=1, No=0) 1
ID Allergen Name
Tria p 1 - References
ID Reference
Pubmed ID: 11509613
Paddock CD, McKerrow JH, Hansell E, Foreman KW, Hsieh I, Marshall N, Identification, cloning, and recombinant expression of procalin, a major triatomine allergen. J Immunol. 2001 Sep 1;167(5):2694-9.
Tria p 1 - Protein Sequences
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GenBank 15426413
Tria p 1 - Sequence Search :
Sequence Header Sequence
Tria p 1
SDAP Sequence ID: 853
SDAP Allergen ID: 771
MKTFIVITFIGILSYAYADECENPEPMQGFSASQFYQGXWYVTHETSAXTLSECNILTTSNDNGKFTVKHKYTKDGXVGELICEGQASANNKFTYDCKFXGZTMEQVTRTAMDTDYNDYALYYLCTTYKXGPNAGKKEGHYILSRRQPNTEIPDALKTKTKDLNLKLCG
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Tria p 1 - 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
Tria p 1 89.5 0.76 5H9K_A 26.95 141 169 27 - 165 18 - 147 0.0000000000559 58.9 Download (SI: 853)
Tria p 1 - Alphafold Theoretical Model Structure
Model Structure
853_relaxed_rank_1_model_3.pdb


Coverage Plddt
Tria p 1 - Protein Sequence Properties!
Protein Sequence Protease cleavage sites PeptideCutter at ExPASy
15426413 Click here to process the data
Tria p 1 - PFAM Information
SeqID Aller ID AlnS AlnE EnvS EnvE PFAM ID Family Type Clan Description
853 771 19 158 15 159 PF03973 Triabin Domain CL0116 Triabin
Where: AlnS= Alignment start position, AlnE= Alignment end position, EnvS= Envelope start position, EnvE= Envelope end position.

List of B-cell epitopes predicted by BepiPred method using a window size of 9 amino acids

Cleck here for epitopes predicted by BepiPred method
Tria p 1 - Epitope Information from published data
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