Cter M(595) Protein Card

General Information
Name Cter M
Alternative name(s) cliotide T3
Sequence GLPTCGETCTLGTCYVPDCSCSWPICMKN
Class Cyclotide
Technique NGS,PcR,MS
Average Mass 3059.54
Monoisotopic Mass 3057.2
m/z M+H 3059.54
ProteinType Wild type
Parent
Organism Clitoria ternatea L
Notes Observed PTMs: oxidation M27, de-amidation N29. (Serra et al., 2016) High expression in C. ternatea shoot, leaf, flower & pod. (Gilding et al., 2016)
Cyclic Yes

Assay
No assays found

References
Poth AG, Colgrave ML, Lyons RE, Daly NL, Craik DJ (2011) Discovery of an unusual biosynthetic origin for circular proteins in legumes Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 108:10127-10132
Nguyen,G.K., Zhang,S., Nguyen,N.T., Nguyen,P.Q., Chiu,M.S., Hardjojo,A. and Tam,J.P. (2011) Discovery and characterization of novel cyclotides originated from chimeric precursors consisting of albumin-1 chain a and cyclotide domains in the Fabaceae family. J. Biol. Chem. 286:24275-24287
Serra,A., Hemu,X., Nguyen,G.K., Nguyen,N.T., Sze,S.K. and Tam,J.P. (2016) A high-throughput peptidomic strategy to decipher the molecular diversity of cyclic cysteine-rich peptides. Sci Rep 6:23005-0
Gilding,E.K., Jackson,M.A., Poth,A.G., Henriques,S.T., Prentis,P.J., Mahatmanto,T. and Craik,D.J. (2016) Gene coevolution and regulation lock cyclic plant defence peptides to their targets. New Phytol. 210:717-730

Cross-references
Protein precursor(s) Cter M precursor
Nucleic acids
Structure Three-dimensional structure of the cyclotide Cter M
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