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1.C.109.1.6
The 'non-conventional' hemolysin, TlyA, a pore-forming hemolysin with potent cytotoxic activity, is of 235 aas (Javadi and Katzenmeier 2016).  It causes agglutination, fusion and permeability of synthetic liposome vesicles. Agglutination activity could also be observed with erythrocytes before the induction of its pore-forming hemolytic activity. TlyA also induces disruption of liposome membranes (Lata and Chattopadhyay 2014).

Accession Number:C7BYV0
Protein Name:TlyA protein
Length:235
Molecular Weight:26431.00
Species:Helicobacter pylori (strain B38) [592205]
Number of TMSs:1
Substrate small molecules

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FASTA formatted sequence
1:	MRLDYALFNQ HLANSREKAK ALVLKNQVLV NKMVVSKPSF IVKEGDQIEL IAPNLLVSRA 
61:	GEKLGAFLEN HFIDFKEKVV LDVGASKGGF SQVALLKGAK KVLCVDVGKM QLDEGLKNDQ 
121:	RIECYEECDI RGFKTPEKID LVLCDVSFIS LYCILEAIVP LSGEFLALFK PQFEVGRATK 
181:	RNKKGVVMDK KAILNALENF KNHLKTKDFQ ILTIQESLVK GKNGNVEFFI HFKRA