Summary: Herpesvirus UL56 protein
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In herpes simplex virus type 2, UL56 is thought to be a tail-anchored type II membrane protein involved in vesicular trafficking. The C terminal hydrophobic region is required for association with the cytoplasmic membrane, and the N terminal proline-rich region is important for the translocation of UL56 to the Golgi apparatus and cytoplasmic vesicles .
Koshizuka T, Goshima F, Takakuwa H, Nozawa N, Daikoku T, Koiwai O, Nishiyama Y; , J Virol 2002;76:6718-6728.: Identification and characterization of the UL56 gene product of herpes simplex virus type 2. PUBMED:12050385 EPMC:12050385
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InterPro entry IPR007620In herpes simplex virus type 2, UL56 is thought to be a tail-anchored type II membrane protein involved in vesicular trafficking. The C-terminal hydrophobic region is required for association with the cytoplasmic membrane, and the N-terminal proline-rich region is important for the translocation of UL56 to the Golgi apparatus and cytoplasmic vesicles [PUBMED:12050385].
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|Number in seed:||2|
|Number in full:||2|
|Average length of the domain:||196.50 aa|
|Average identity of full alignment:||63 %|
|Average coverage of the sequence by the domain:||90.97 %|
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