4DWL,2GSC


Conserved Protein Domain Family
Avd_IVP_like

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cd16375: Avd_IVP_like 
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proteins similar to the diversity-generating retroelement protein bAvd
A superfamily of four-helix bundles that form homopentamers, including the bacterial accessory variability determinant (bAvd) protein and a family of functionally uncharacterized bacterial proteins, some of which are encoded by an atypically large intervening sequence present within some 23S rRNA genes.
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Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 319867
View PSSM: cd16375
Aligned: 3 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 120.858
Threshold Setting Gi: 321445296
Created: 18-Aug-2016
Updated: 18-Aug-2016
Structure
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pentamer
Conserved site includes 25 residues -Click on image for an interactive view with Cn3D
Feature 1:pentamer interface [polypeptide binding site]
Evidence:
  • Structure:4DWL: Avd molecule from Bordetella bacteriophage DGR forms homopentamer, contacts at 4A
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Sequence Alignment
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Feature 1         #   #  ##  #   #           ## ## ##  #  ##  #   #              ##  ##  ## ##   
4DWL_A        19 IVERYERVISYLYPIAQSIPrk----hGVAREXFLKCLLGQVELFIVAGKsn----qVSKLYAADAGLAXLRFWLRFLAg 90
2GSC_A        16 AWRDSMELVEMIYRLTEVFPdq---erYGLTAQLRRAAVSIPSNIAEGAArrstpdySRFLSIARGSLSELDTQVQIAAr 92
gi 321445296   6 VYSKAYHLSESLLKCTAHFPkqhrptlGRRIEDSALDLATQLRRFLLGSA-------PRELPSLLATVDDLKVYLQLAHe 78
                         90       100       110
                 ....*....|....*....|....*....|...
Feature 1                                         
4DWL_A        91 iqkphaxTPHQVETAQVLIAEVGRILGSWIARV 123
2GSC_A        93 lg---ysRSEDDQSVRRQVDLVFAKLTALMNAL 122
gi 321445296  79 ------lTCLSHAQYHELSQSVSIIGKMLGGMK 105

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