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1.A.68.1.1
The viral small hydrophobic protein (V-SHP; hRSV-SH) of 64 aas with 1 TMS,  It forms a pentameric ion conducting pore in the membrane (Surya and Torres 2015) that transports monovalent cations (Hyser and Estes 2015). The SH protein has two protonatable His residues in its transmembrane domain that are oriented facing the lumen of the channel.  Their protonation may serve as a pH sensor, to promote electrostatic repulsion and reduced oligomer stability at low pH (Surya and Torres 2015).  Pyronin B can reduce SH channel activity, and its likely binding site on the SH protein channel has been identified. Black lipid membrane experiments confirmed that protonation of both histidine residues reduces stability and channel activity (Li et al. 2014).  Water transport was observed with histidine residues of five chains (His22 and His51) playing a key role in pore permeability (Araujo et al. 2016).

Accession Number:P04852
Protein Name:Small hydrophobic protein
Length:64
Molecular Weight:7536.00
Species:Human respiratory syncytial virus A (strain A2) [11259]
Number of TMSs:1
Location1 / Topology2 / Orientation3: Virion membrane1 / Single-pass type II membrane protein2
Substrate monovalent cations

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Pfam: PF03579   

Gene Ontology

GO:0048222 C:glycoprotein network
GO:0020002 C:host cell plasma membrane
GO:0016021 C:integral to membrane
GO:0055036 C:virion membrane
GO:0015992 P:proton transport

References (9)

[1] “The 1A protein gene of human respiratory syncytial virus: nucleotide sequence of the mRNA and a related polycistronic transcript.”  Collins P.L.et.al.   3879976
[2] “A cold-passaged, attenuated strain of human respiratory syncytial virus contains mutations in the F and L genes.”  Connors M.et.al.   7747420
[3] “Acquisition of the ts phenotype by a chemically mutagenized cold-passaged human respiratory syncytial virus vaccine candidate results from the acquisition of a single mutation in the polymerase (L) gene.”  Crowe J.E. Jr.et.al.   9035372
[4] “The 1A protein of respiratory syncytial virus is an integral membrane protein present as multiple, structurally distinct species.”  Olmsted R.A.et.al.   2649692
[5] “The small hydrophobic (SH) protein accumulates within lipid-raft structures of the Golgi complex during respiratory syncytial virus infection.”  Rixon H.W.et.al.   15105532
[6] “The respiratory syncytial virus small hydrophobic protein is phosphorylated via a mitogen-activated protein kinase p38-dependent tyrosine kinase activity during virus infection.”  Rixon H.W.et.al.   15659757
[7] “Function of the respiratory syncytial virus small hydrophobic protein.”  Fuentes S.et.al.   17494063
[8] “The RSV F and G glycoproteins interact to form a complex on the surface of infected cells.”  Low K.W.et.al.   18036342
[9] “Structure and ion channel activity of the human respiratory syncytial virus (hRSV) small hydrophobic protein transmembrane domain.”  Gan S.W.et.al.   18369195

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FASTA formatted sequence
1:	MENTSITIEF SSKFWPYFTL IHMITTIISL LIIISIMIAI LNKLCEYNVF HNKTFELPRA 
61:	RVNT