Inclusion membrane protein A, N-terminal (IPR007285)

Short name: Inclusion_membr-A_N

Domain relationships



Chlamydia trachomatis is an obligate intracellular bacterium that develops within a parasitophorous vacuole termed an inclusion. The inclusion is nonfusogenic with lysosomes but intercepts lipids from a host cell exocytic pathway. Initiation of chlamydial development is concurrent with modification of the inclusion membrane by a set of C. trachomatis-encoded proteins collectively designated Incs. One of these Incs, IncA (Inclusion membrane protein A), is functionally associated with the homotypic fusion of inclusions [PMID: 12065525].

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