Figure 6.

Multiple alignment of the amino acid sequences of members of the PRp17 family. The residues conserved in more than 80%, 60% and 40% of the proteins examined are indicated by dark blue, violet and light blue backgrounds, respectively. The five conserved motifs of the PR17 family are underlined in red. The conserved protein kinase C phosphorylation site (TXR/K/Q) is in an orange rectangle and the Tyr residue with the potential to act as a donor is shown in red. The proteins used are Hv-PR17a from barley (Y14201, Hordeum vulgare), Os_PBS from rice (NP_001064926, Oryza sativa Japonica), Ta_WCI-5 from wheat (AAC49288, Triticum aestivum), Zm_SP from maize (B6TDW7, Zea mays), Hv-PR17b from barley (Y14202, Hordeum vulgare), Ta_WAS-2 from wheat (AF079526_1, Triticum aestivum), St_NtPRp27-like from potato (Q84XQ4, Solanum tuberosum), Oe-PRp27 from olive (JN696114, Olea europea), NtPRp27 from tobacco (Q9XIY9, Nicotiana tabacum), and At_BSP from thale cress (AF345341, Arabidopsis thaliana)

Corrado et al. BMC Plant Biology 2012 12:86   doi:10.1186/1471-2229-12-86
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