LOCUS       BAQ43579.1               398 aa    PRT              BCT 16-MAY-2017
DEFINITION  Methylobacterium aquaticum pH-dependent sodium/proton
            antiporter protein.
ACCESSION   AP014704-57
PROTEIN_ID  BAQ43579.1
SOURCE      Methylobacterium aquaticum
  ORGANISM  Methylobacterium aquaticum
            Bacteria; Proteobacteria; Alphaproteobacteria; Rhizobiales;
            Methylobacteriaceae; Methylobacterium.
REFERENCE   1  (bases 1 to 5348274)
  AUTHORS   Tani,A. and Ogura,Y.
  TITLE     Direct Submission
  JOURNAL   Submitted (21-JAN-2015) to the DDBJ/EMBL/GenBank databases.
            Contact:Akio Tani
            Okayama University, Institute of Plant Science and Resources; Chuo
            2-20-1, Kurashiki, Okayama 710-0046, Japan
REFERENCE   2
  AUTHORS   Tani,A., Ogura,Y., Hayashi,T. and Kimbara,K.
  TITLE     Complete Genome Sequence of Methylobacterium aquaticum Strain 22A,
            Isolated from Racomitrium japonicum Moss
  JOURNAL   Genome Announc 3, e00266-15 (2015)
  REMARK    Publication Status: Online-Only
            DOI:10.1128/genomeA.00266-15
COMMENT     ##Genome-Assembly-Data-START##
            Assembly Method       :: Newbler v. 2.7
            Genome Coverage       :: 47x
            Sequencing Technology :: 454 GS FLX; ABI 3730; Illumina PE
            ##Genome-Assembly-Data-END##
FEATURES             Qualifiers
     source          /culture_collection="NBRC:FERM BP-11078"
                     /db_xref="taxon:270351"
                     /mol_type="genomic DNA"
                     /organism="Methylobacterium aquaticum"
                     /strain="MA-22A"
     protein         /gene="nhaA"
                     /inference="similar to AA sequence:RefSeq:WP_007567458.1"
                     /locus_tag="Maq22A_c00330"
                     /note="148c0008"
                     /note="exports sodium by using the electrochemical proton
                     gradient to allow protons into the cell; functions in
                     adaptation to high salinity and alkaline pH; activity
                     increases at higher pH; downregulated at acidic pH;
                     Derived by automated computational analysis using gene
                     prediction method: Protein Homology."
                     /transl_table=11
BEGIN
        1 MSGRVPLPVR RPLSALRTML HNEAGGGLVL MASAALALVV ANSPWAETYF AVLAAHLGPL
       61 SVLHWINDAL MAVFFLLVGL EIKREMLDGR LRTWPDRILP GIAALGGMLM PALVYVAVNR
      121 HSPETLRGWA IPAATDIAFA LGVLALLGSR VPVSLKVFLT ALAIIDDLGA VLIIAAFYTA
      181 DLSLPMLGGA GLTLAVLYGM NKAGVARLWP YLLLGAVLWV FVLKSGIHAT IAGVLVALTI
      241 PLRLSVGKPD DPTSPLHILE HAIHPWSAFL ILPIFGFANA GVSLAGFSPA MLLDPVTLGV
      301 ALGLFVGKQL GVFGFVLAVV RLGWAQRPAH ATWLQVYGVA LLCGVGFTMS LFIGLLAFAA
      361 SPALEAETKI GVLVGSLACM AAGALVLRLA PRVPERRP
//