Conserved Protein Domain Family
R3H_jag

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cd02644: R3H_jag 
R3H domain found in proteins homologous to Bacillus subtilus Jag, which is associated with SpoIIIJ. SpoIIIJ is necessary for the third stage of sporulation. The name of the R3H domain comes from the characteristic spacing of the most conserved arginine and histidine residues. The function of the domain is predicted to bind ssDNA or ssRNA in a sequence-specific manner.
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 100073
View PSSM: cd02644
Aligned: 112 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 69.8078
Threshold Setting Gi: 167957214
Created: 1-Feb-2005
Updated: 17-Jan-2013
Structure
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Aligned Rows:
 
RxxxH motif
Feature 1:RxxxH motif
Evidence:
  • Comment:The RxxxH motif gives R3H domain its name.
  • Citation:PMID 9787637

Sequence Alignment
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Format: Row Display: Color Bits: Type Selection:
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                 ....*....|....*....|....*....|....*....|....*....|....*....|....*...
Feature 1                                           #   #                            
gi 55980411  118 RSRAEARIRRLAEEAALTVAMTgEPLHLPPmPPGERRIVHMLLKNHprVTTESQGeg-eeRHVVVYPR 184
gi 166832949  82 RERNEARLLEKARSLAERVQESgKPMKMPPlNAYHRRLVHNALQSMegIVTESEEgdsryKRITIRKG 149
gi 150384331 133 ERSSAEQLEKQALDAAKEVKRWgEAVKLPEmNAHDRRIIHVTLQNDpdIVTESEGeg-afKKVVISLK 199
gi 162448265 138 HASRKRQLEIMATKTAKDVARSgIAVKLDPmNAFDRRIVHSKLTEWrdVETYSEGeg-eeRAIIIRPK 204
gi 162450790 121 RQRREDTLSSMARRLGKQAVEEgKIITFEPmNPQDRRVVHLALAKFpgVVTKSDGeg-eaRRVQIIPV 187
gi 167755169 132 KEDRYKKVASMAKRFGKQVLRTkAEIKLDPmPADERKVMHQELSRFehIKTESHGeg-knRHMVISYV 198
gi 160914808 134 KEEKYQKVCSLARRVAKTVQRTkTDAVLDPmPADERKAVHNYLSTMkyVRTVSEGeg-nqRRLKICYA 200
gi 153007342  96 YQEGDPALKAMAERLAATAMRTgKVLAVAPiSARERRQIHLALVNHegVTTHSEGeg-ifRQLLVVPA 162
gi 148927719  86 KQQRADRLTRQAEDWIKKVRATgETYSLPPmNAADRRVVHHVVGEYgdLTTRSVGeg-kdRHVIIEKV 152
gi 167933013  86 KKQRADKISRKAEGWIEKVRSSkRPYRAHL-NASDRHTVHQLAADYddIVTHSEGeg--hDRVLIISL 150

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