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1.C.38.1.10
Cytolysin RTX-A of 175 aas. Forms cations-selective hydrophilic pores of around 1 nm and causes cardiac stimulation and hemolysis. Pore formation is a multi-step process that involves specific recognition of membrane sphingomyelin (but neither cholesterol nor phosphatidylcholine) and requires oligomerization of the toxin subunits (Frazão et al. 2012). 

Accession Number:P58691
Protein Name:Cytolysin RTX-A
Length:175
Molecular Weight:19275.00
Species:Heteractis crispa (Leathery sea anemone) [175771]
Location1 / Topology2 / Orientation3: Secreted1
Substrate small molecules

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FASTA formatted sequence
1:	ALAGAIIAGA SLTFQILDKV LAELGQVSRK IAIGIDNESG GSWTAMNAYF RSGTTDVILP 
61:	EFVPNQKALL YSGRKNRGPD TTGAVGALAY YMSNGNTLGV MFSVPFDYNL YSNWWDVKVY 
121:	SGKRRADQAM YEDLYYSNPY RGDNGWHQKN LGYGLKMKGI MTSAGEAIME IRISR