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GO:0046819 protein secretion by the type V secretion system

Term Information

ID GO:0046819
Name protein secretion by the type V secretion system
Ontology Biological Process
Definition The process in which proteins mediate their own secretion across the outer membrane through a beta-barrel pore structure formed by the C-terminal domain of the protein precursor. Following passage across the outer membrane, the mature protein is released from the pore by an autocatalytic activity. Proteins secreted by the Type V system are first translocated across the plasma membrane by the Sec pathway.
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Type Synonym
exact type V protein secretion system
exact protein secretion by the autotransporter system
exact autotransporter system
exact protein secretion by the type V protein secretion system

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Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2015-02-14 Added RELATION is a GO:0098776 (protein transport across the cell outer membrane)
2015-02-14 Added RELATION is a GO:0046903 (secretion)
2015-02-14 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0071806 (protein transmembrane transport)
2010-12-12 Added DEFINITION The process in which proteins mediate their own secretion across the outer membrane through a beta-barrel pore structure formed by the C-terminal domain of the protein precursor. Following passage across the outer membrane, the mature protein is released from the pore by an autocatalytic activity. Proteins secreted by the Type V system are first translocated across the plasma membrane by the Sec pathway.
2010-12-12 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which proteins mediate their own secretion across the outer membrane through a beta-barrel pore structure formed by the C-terminal domain of the protein precursor. Following passage across the outer membrane, the mature protein is released from the pore by an autocatalytic activity. Proteins secreted by the Type V system are first translocated across the plasma membrane by the Sec pathway.
2010-09-05 Added RELATION is a GO:0071806 (protein transmembrane transport)
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The process by which proteins mediate their own secretion across the outer membrane through a beta-barrel pore structure formed by the C-terminal domain of the protein precursor. Following passage across the outer membrane, the mature protein is released from the pore by an autocatalytic activity. Proteins secreted by the Type V system are first translocated across the plasma membrane by the Sec pathway.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which proteins mediate their own secretion across the outer membrane through a beta-barrel pore structure formed by the C-terminal domain of the protein precursor. Following passage across the outer membrane, the mature protein is released from the pore by an autocatalytic activity. Proteins secreted by the Type V system are first translocated across the plasma membrane by the Sec pathway.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0009306 (protein secretion)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM autotransporter system
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM protein secretion by the autotransporter system
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM protein secretion by the type V protein secretion system
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM type V protein secretion system
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM protein secretion by the autotransporter system
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM protein secretion by the type V protein secretion system
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM type V protein secretion system
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM autotransporter system
2007-01-23 Updated DEFINITION The process by which proteins mediate their own secretion across the outer membrane through a beta-barrel pore structure formed by the C-terminal domain of the protein precursor. Following passage across the outer membrane, the mature protein is released from the pore by an autocatalytic activity. Proteins secreted by the Type V system are first translocated across the plasma membrane by the Sec pathway.
2007-01-18 Added SYNONYM protein secretion by the autotransporter system
2007-01-18 Added SYNONYM protein secretion by the type V protein secretion system
2007-01-18 Added SYNONYM type V protein secretion system
2007-01-18 Updated TERM protein secretion by the type V secretion system
2006-02-16 Updated DEFINITION A bacterial secretion system found in Gram-negative bacteria (also known as the autotransporter system) in which the protein moiety mediating export through the outer membrane is contained within the precursor of the secreted protein itself. Such proteins have a tripartite unifying structure: the amino-terminal leader sequence, the secreted mature protein (passenger domain) and a carboxy-terminal (beta-) domain that forms a beta-barrel pore to allow secretion of the passenger protein. Proteins secreted in this way have been implicated as important or putative virulence factors in many Gram-negative pathogens.
2006-02-11 Updated DEFINITION A bacterial secretion system found in Gram negative bacteria (also known as the autotransporter system) in which the protein moiety mediating export through the outer membrane is contained within the precursor of the secreted protein itself. Such proteins have a tripartite unifying structure: the amino-terminal leader sequence, the secreted mature protein (passenger domain) and a carboxy-terminal (beta-) domain that forms a beta-barrel pore to allow secretion of the passenger protein. Proteins secreted in this way have been implicated as important or putative virulence factors in many Gram negative pathogens.
2004-04-19 Added SYNONYM autotransporter system
2004-04-16 Deleted SYNONYM autotransporter system
2003-03-26 Added DEFINITION A bacterial secretion system found in Gram-negative bacteria (also known as the autotransporter system) in which the protein moiety mediating export through the outer membrane is contained within the precursor of the secreted protein itself. Such proteins have a tripartite unifying structure: the amino-terminal leader sequence, the secreted mature protein (passenger domain) and a carboxy-terminal (beta-) domain that forms a beta-barrel pore to allow secretion of the passenger protein. Proteins secreted in this way have been implicated as important or putative virulence factors in many Gram-negative pathogens.
2002-12-24 Added SYNONYM autotransporter system
2002-12-24 Added TERM type V protein secretion system
2002-12-20 Deleted TERM type V protein secretion system
2002-12-20 Deleted SYNONYM autotransporter system
2002-12-19 Added TERM type V protein secretion system
2002-12-19 Added SYNONYM autotransporter system

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2007-01-18 Updated TERM protein secretion by the type V secretion system
2002-12-24 Added TERM type V protein secretion system
2002-12-20 Deleted TERM type V protein secretion system
2002-12-19 Added TERM type V protein secretion system

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2010-12-12 Added DEFINITION The process in which proteins mediate their own secretion across the outer membrane through a beta-barrel pore structure formed by the C-terminal domain of the protein precursor. Following passage across the outer membrane, the mature protein is released from the pore by an autocatalytic activity. Proteins secreted by the Type V system are first translocated across the plasma membrane by the Sec pathway.
2010-12-12 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which proteins mediate their own secretion across the outer membrane through a beta-barrel pore structure formed by the C-terminal domain of the protein precursor. Following passage across the outer membrane, the mature protein is released from the pore by an autocatalytic activity. Proteins secreted by the Type V system are first translocated across the plasma membrane by the Sec pathway.
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The process by which proteins mediate their own secretion across the outer membrane through a beta-barrel pore structure formed by the C-terminal domain of the protein precursor. Following passage across the outer membrane, the mature protein is released from the pore by an autocatalytic activity. Proteins secreted by the Type V system are first translocated across the plasma membrane by the Sec pathway.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which proteins mediate their own secretion across the outer membrane through a beta-barrel pore structure formed by the C-terminal domain of the protein precursor. Following passage across the outer membrane, the mature protein is released from the pore by an autocatalytic activity. Proteins secreted by the Type V system are first translocated across the plasma membrane by the Sec pathway.
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM autotransporter system
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM protein secretion by the autotransporter system
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM protein secretion by the type V protein secretion system
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM type V protein secretion system
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM protein secretion by the autotransporter system
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM protein secretion by the type V protein secretion system
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM type V protein secretion system
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM autotransporter system
2007-01-23 Updated DEFINITION The process by which proteins mediate their own secretion across the outer membrane through a beta-barrel pore structure formed by the C-terminal domain of the protein precursor. Following passage across the outer membrane, the mature protein is released from the pore by an autocatalytic activity. Proteins secreted by the Type V system are first translocated across the plasma membrane by the Sec pathway.
2007-01-18 Added SYNONYM protein secretion by the autotransporter system
2007-01-18 Added SYNONYM protein secretion by the type V protein secretion system
2007-01-18 Added SYNONYM type V protein secretion system
2006-02-16 Updated DEFINITION A bacterial secretion system found in Gram-negative bacteria (also known as the autotransporter system) in which the protein moiety mediating export through the outer membrane is contained within the precursor of the secreted protein itself. Such proteins have a tripartite unifying structure: the amino-terminal leader sequence, the secreted mature protein (passenger domain) and a carboxy-terminal (beta-) domain that forms a beta-barrel pore to allow secretion of the passenger protein. Proteins secreted in this way have been implicated as important or putative virulence factors in many Gram-negative pathogens.
2006-02-11 Updated DEFINITION A bacterial secretion system found in Gram negative bacteria (also known as the autotransporter system) in which the protein moiety mediating export through the outer membrane is contained within the precursor of the secreted protein itself. Such proteins have a tripartite unifying structure: the amino-terminal leader sequence, the secreted mature protein (passenger domain) and a carboxy-terminal (beta-) domain that forms a beta-barrel pore to allow secretion of the passenger protein. Proteins secreted in this way have been implicated as important or putative virulence factors in many Gram negative pathogens.
2004-04-19 Added SYNONYM autotransporter system
2004-04-16 Deleted SYNONYM autotransporter system
2003-03-26 Added DEFINITION A bacterial secretion system found in Gram-negative bacteria (also known as the autotransporter system) in which the protein moiety mediating export through the outer membrane is contained within the precursor of the secreted protein itself. Such proteins have a tripartite unifying structure: the amino-terminal leader sequence, the secreted mature protein (passenger domain) and a carboxy-terminal (beta-) domain that forms a beta-barrel pore to allow secretion of the passenger protein. Proteins secreted in this way have been implicated as important or putative virulence factors in many Gram-negative pathogens.
2002-12-24 Added SYNONYM autotransporter system
2002-12-20 Deleted SYNONYM autotransporter system
2002-12-19 Added SYNONYM autotransporter system

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2015-02-14 Added RELATION is a GO:0098776 (protein transport across the cell outer membrane)
2015-02-14 Added RELATION is a GO:0046903 (secretion)
2015-02-14 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0071806 (protein transmembrane transport)
2010-09-05 Added RELATION is a GO:0071806 (protein transmembrane transport)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0009306 (protein secretion)
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