Conserved Protein Domain Family
7tmF_FZD5

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cd15249: 7tmF_FZD5 
class F frizzled subfamily 5, member of 7-transmembrane G protein-coupled receptors
This group includes subfamily 5 of the frizzled (FZD) family of seven transmembrane-spanning proteins, which constitute a novel and separate class of GPCRs, and its closely related proteins. This class F protein family consists of 10 isoforms (FZD1-10) in mammals. The FZDs are activated by the wingless/int-1 (WNT) family of secreted lipoglycoproteins and preferentially couple to stimulatory G proteins of the Gs family, which activate adenylate cyclase, but can also couple to G proteins of the Gi/Gq families. In the WNT/beta-catenin signaling pathway, the WNT ligand binds to FZD and a lipoprotein receptor-related protein (LRP) co-receptor. This leads to the stabilization and translocation of beta-catenin to the nucleus, where it induces the activation of TCF/LEF family transcription factors. The conserved cytoplasmic motif of FZD, Lys-Thr-X-X-X-Trp, is required for activation of the WNT/beta-catenin pathway, and for membrane localization and phosphorylation of Dsh (dishevelled) protein, a key component of the WNT pathway that relays the WNT signals from the activated receptor to downstream effector proteins. The WNT pathway plays a critical role in many developmental processes, such as cell-fate determination, cell proliferation, neural patterning, stem cell renewal, tissue homeostasis and repair, and tumorigenesis, among many others.
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 320377
View PSSM: cd15249
Aligned: 4 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 643.149
Threshold Setting Gi: 17432995
Created: 22-Jan-2014
Updated: 26-Jul-2017
Structure
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Aligned Rows:
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Feature 1:putative ligand binding site [chemical binding site]
Evidence:
  • Comment:based on sequence similarity to Human smoothened receptor bound to an antitumor agent.

Sequence Alignment
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Format: Row Display: Color Bits: Type Selection:
Feature 1      #        #                                                 #                  #
P58421    212 PYFTQDEKMFVTFWIGLWSILCFISTFTTVATFLIDMERFRYPERPIIFLSACYLFVSIGYVVRLIVgHENVACN----K 287 African clawed frog
EMP24308   75 PYFTQDEKTFASFWIGLWSILCFLSTSTTVATFLIDMERFRYPERPIIFLSACYLFVSLGYIVRLVAgHASVACNq--eY 152 green seaturtle
Q13467    225 PSFSADERTFATFWIGLWSVLCFISTSTTVATFLIDMERFRYPERPIIFLSACYLCVSLGFLVRLVVgHASVACSr--eH 302 human
AAI63120  235 PYFSQDERTFTTFWIGLWSVLCFVSTFTTVATFLIDMERFKYPERPIIFLAACYLFVSLGYIVRLLAgHERVACEgtgdQ 314 zebrafish
Feature 1                                                                                     
P58421    288 DHIHYETtGPALCTIVFLLIYFFGMASSIWWVILTFTWFLAAGMKWGnEAIASYSQYFHMAAWLIPSVKSIAVLALSsVD 367 African clawed frog
EMP24308  153 RHVHYETtGPALCTTVFLLLYFFGMASSIWWVILSLTWFLAAGLKWGnEAIAGYSQYFHLAAWLIPSVKAIAVLALSsVD 232 green seaturtle
Q13467    303 NHIHYETtGPALCTIVFLLVYFFGMASSIWWVILSLTWFLAAGMKWGnEAIAGYAQYFHLAAWLIPSVKSITALALSsVD 382 human
AAI63120  315 QHILYDTtGPALCTLVFLLIYFFGMASSIWWVVLSFTWFLAAGMKWGnEAIAGYSQYFHLAAWLVPSVKSIAVLALSsVD 394 zebrafish
Feature 1      #    # #  ##    #                                                              
P58421    368 GDPVAGICYVGNQNLDNLRGFVLAPLVVYLFSGTMFLLAGFVSLFRIRSVIKqggTKTDKLEKLMIRIGIFSVLYTVPAT 447 African clawed frog
EMP24308  233 GDPVAGVCYVGNQNLGNLRGFVLAPLVVYLLTGTLFLLAGFVSLFRIRSVIKqggTKTDKLERLMIRIGIFTVLYTVPAT 312 green seaturtle
Q13467    383 GDPVAGICYVGNQNLNSLRGFVLGPLVLYLLVGTLFLLAGFVSLFRIRSVIKqggTKTDKLEKLMIRIGIFTLLYTVPAS 462 human
AAI63120  395 GDPVAGICYVGNQSLEGLRGFVLAPLVVYLFTGSLFLLAGFVSLFRIRSVIKqggTKTDKLEKLMIRIGLFTVLYTVPAT 474 zebrafish
Feature 1                 #  ##                  #    #  ##                            
P58421    448 IVVACYIYEQHYREhWEKTHNCSCPGdk---qrYRPDYAVFMLKYLMCLVVGITSGVWIWSGKTLESWKRFTG 517 African clawed frog
EMP24308  313 LVVACYVYEQHYREsWEEAQNCSCPGdp---rkPRPDYAVFMLKYFMCLVVGITSGVWIWSGKTLDSWRRFTG 382 green seaturtle
Q13467    463 IVVACYLYEQHYREsWEAALTCACPGhdtgqprAKPEYWVLMLKYFMCLVVGITSGVWIWSGKTVESWRRFTS 535 human
AAI63120  475 IVVACLVYEQHYRPsWERALACSCPSerq-rlgMGPDYAVFMLKYFMCLVVGITSGVWIWSGKTLESWRRFIA 546 zebrafish

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