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|GO:0072321||chaperone-mediated protein transport||PMID:24072713||IDA: Inferred from Direct Assay||P|
|This annotation made on page: HELPX:P94835|
By: Jluo23 (group Team JAAM) on 2013-09-29 16:00:53 CDT.
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|Entry Type||Challenging User,Group||Time/Date||Challenge Reason||Points/Assessment|
|2013-10-19 14:25:12 CDT|
CagF is a Type 4 Secretion System, not a chaperone. GO:0043684- type IV secretion system complex would be a more appropriate GO term
|JimHu||2013-10-21 15:17:00 CDT|
See the notes. Chaperone activities are found in a variety of processes.
✗ Go term
|DanielRenfro||2013-10-19 14:25:12 CDT|
This annotation has been flagged because it has been edited since last assessment
|JimHu||2013-10-15 21:00:11 CDT|
Since there are no GO annotations at all for this protein, it's a good area for annotation. There is some ambiguity about what UniProt entry to use. We can accept this one, but not redundant annotation to other entries. This paper, however, seems to focus on CagA-CagF binding. Look at the background papers.
✗ Go term