Neisserial pilin genes display extensive interspecies diversity
Minor pilin subunits are conserved in Vibrio cholerae type IV pili
Pilin gene variation in Neisseria gonorrhoeae: reassessing the old paradigms
Model of Vibrio cholerae toxin coregulated pilin capable of filament formation
Identification, immunogenicity, and cross-reactivity of type IV pilin and pilin-like proteins from Clostridium difficile
Pilin regulation in the pilT mutant of Neisseria gonorrhoeae strain MS11
The Agrobacterium tumefaciens T pilus composed of cyclic T pilin is highly resilient to extreme environments
Incidence of the cblA major subunit pilin gene amongst Burkholderia species
Analysis of the role of pglI in pilin glycosylation of Neisseria meningitidis
Selective distribution of Pseudomonas aeruginosa O-antigen among strains producing group I pilin
Exceptionally widespread nanomachines composed of type IV pilins: the prokaryotic Swiss Army knives
Direct visualization of the interaction between pilin and exopolysaccharides of Myxococcus xanthus with eGFP-fused PilA protein
Production of pilus-like filaments in Geobacter sulfurreducens in the absence of the type IV pilin protein PilA
Importation of the major pilin TcpA gene and frequent recombination drive the divergence of the Vibrio pathogenicity island in Vibrio cholerae
Molecular cloning of a light-inducible gene (lipA) encoding a novel pilin from Arthrobacter photogonimos
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1. In general, protein subunits composing a pilus.
2. More specifically, the subunit (121 aa) of sex pili encoded by the F-plasmid.
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