ApaG domain (IPR007474)

Short name: ApaG_domain

Domain relationships



This domain is found in the bacterial protein ApaG and at the C termini of some F-box proteins (IPR001810). F-box proteins contain a carboxy-terminal domain that interacts with protein substrates [PMID: 10531037]. The ApaG domain is ~125 amino acids in length, and is named after the bacterial ApaG protein, of which it forms the core. The Salmonella typhimurium ApaG domain protein, CorD, is involved in Co(2+) resistance and Mg(2+) efflux. Tertiary structures from different ApaG proteins show a fold of several beta-sheets. The ApaG domain may be involved in protein-protein interactions which could be implicated in substrate-specificity [PMID: 1779764, PMID: 10945468, PMID: 15213450].

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