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Anti-sigma-I factor

Anti-sigma factor for SigI. Negatively regulates SigI activity through direct interaction. Has no direct effect on virulence gene expression.

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Anti-sigma-I factor RsgI1

Anti-sigma factor for SigI1. Negatively regulates SigI1 activity through direct interaction (PubMed:20937888). Binding of the polysaccharide substrate to the extracellular C-terminal sensing domain of RsgI1 may induce a conformational change in its N-terminal cytoplasmic region, leading to the release and activation of SigI1 (Probable).

Anti-sigma-I factor RsgI2

Anti-sigma factor for SigI2. Negatively regulates SigI2 activity through direct interaction. Binding of the polysaccharide substrate to the extracellular C-terminal sensing domain of RsgI2 may induce a conformational change in its N-terminal cytoplasmic region, leading to the release and activation of SigI2.

Anti-sigma-I factor RsgI3

Anti-sigma factor for SigI3. Negatively regulates SigI3 activity through direct interaction. Binding of the polysaccharide substrate to the extracellular C-terminal sensing domain of RsgI3 may induce a conformational change in its N-terminal cytoplasmic region, leading to the release and activation of SigI3.

Anti-sigma-I factor RsgI4

Anti-sigma factor for SigI4. Negatively regulates SigI4 activity through direct interaction. Binding of the polysaccharide substrate to the extracellular C-terminal sensing domain of RsgI4 may induce a conformational change in its N-terminal cytoplasmic region, leading to the release and activation of SigI4.

Anti-sigma-I factor RsgI5

Anti-sigma factor for SigI5. Negatively regulates SigI5 activity through direct interaction. Binding of the polysaccharide substrate to the extracellular C-terminal sensing domain of RsgI5 may induce a conformational change in its N-terminal cytoplasmic region, leading to the release and activation of SigI5.

Anti-sigma-I factor RsgI6

Also known as Anti-sigma-I factor RsgI6 (Endo-1,4-beta-xylanase).
Anti-sigma factor for SigI6. Negatively regulates SigI6 activity through direct interaction. Binding of the polysaccharide substrate to the extracellular C-terminal sensing domain of RsgI6 may induce a conformational change in its N-terminal cytoplasmic region, leading to the release and activation of SigI6 (). Binds to and hydrolyzes insoluble and soluble xylan substrates. Has low enzymatic activity (PubMed:20820855).
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