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FEBS Lett. 1990 Dec 17;277(1-2):230-2.

Nucleotide sequence of the Yersinia pestis gene encoding F1 antigen and the primary structure of the protein. Putative T and B cell epitopes.

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Institute of Immunology, USSR Ministry of Medical Industry, Lyubuchany, Moscow Region.

Abstract

The plasmid-located gene caf1 encoding the capsular antigen fraction 1 (F1) of Yersinia pestis was cloned and sequenced. The gene codes for a 170 amino acid peptide with a deduced Mr of 17.6 kDa. The signal peptide sequence was highly homologous to the E. coli consensus signal sequence. The F1 was assumed to have beta-sheet structure for the most part. The region located between amino acids 100 and 150 was suggested to contain putative antigenic determinants and to stimulate T cells.

PMID:
1702734
DOI:
10.1016/0014-5793(90)80852-a
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