Conserved Protein Domain Family
bacteriocin_sig

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TIGR01847: bacteriocin_sig 
bacteriocin-type signal sequence
Bacteriocins are bacterial peptide products toxic to closely related bacteria. This model represents the N-terminal region up to the GG cleavage motif. Processing to remove this bacteriocin leader peptide occurs together with export by an ABC transporter. Note: because this model is so small (15 amino acids), it may have many spurious high-scoring matches to unrelated proteins, even with fairly stringent cutoff scores. The most likely true positives are small proteins of Gram-positive bacteria, matching regions that start within the first 15 amino acids, and encoded near bacteriocin transport family proteins (TIGR01000, TIGR01193).
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 130906
View PSSM: TIGR01847
Aligned: 54 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 23.9802
Threshold Setting Gi: 599853
Created: 8-Oct-2014
Updated: 23-Jan-2015
Structure
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Aligned Rows:
Sequence Alignment
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Format: Row Display: Color Bits: Type Selection:
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gi 2735687    4 FKKLSEKELQKINGG 18
gi 5441255    4 FNTLSFETLANIVGG 18
gi 45644956   4 FNYLSHKDLAVVVGG 18
gi 21541351   8 FTIMTEDNLASVNGG 22
gi 21541350   5 FTVLTECELAKVDGG 19
gi 2298651    7 FEVLHELDLANVTGG 21
gi 2564258   14 FSTLSDSELESVEGG 28
gi 27544860   7 FSTLGKSSLSQIEGG 21
gi 1495665   11 GIEMAEKDLTTVEGG 25
gi 447022235  4 YCNINETMLSEVYGG 18
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