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Radical SAM (IPR007197) Radical SAM proteins catalyze diverse reactions, including unusual methylations, isomerization, sulphur insertion, ring formation, anaerobic oxidation and protein radical formatio...

Ssl1-like (IPR007198) Ssl1-like proteins are 40 kDa subunits of the transcription factor II H complex. This domain is often found associated with the C2H2 type Zn-finger...

ADP-ribosylation/Crystallin J1 (IPR005502) This family includes enzymes that perform ADP-ribosylations, such as ADP-ribosylarginine hydrolase which cleaves ADP-ribose-L-arginine. The family also includes dinitrogenase red...

Flagellar basal body-associated protein FliL (IPR005503) This FliL protein controls the rotational direction of the flagella during chemotaxis. FliL is a cytoplasmic membrane protein associated with the basal body...

Protein of unknown function DUF312 (IPR005506) This set of repeats is found in a small family of secreted proteins of no known function, which may be involved in signal transduction...

Human herpesvirus 6 immediate early protein (IPR005507) The proteins in this family are poorly characterised, but an investigation has indicated that the immediate early protein is required for the down-regulation of MHC class I expres...

Protein of unknown function DUF313 (IPR005508) This entry represents a group of uncharacterized plant proteins...

A-factor biosynthesis hotdog domain (IPR005509) The AfsA family are key enzymes in A-factor biosynthesis, which is essential for streptomycin production and resistance. This domain is distantly related to the thioester dehydrat...

Ribosomal protein S7, bacterial/organellar-type (IPR005717) Ribosomes are the particles that catalyse mRNA-directed protein synthesis in all organisms. The codons of the mRNA are exposed on the ribosome to allow tRNA binding. This leads to...

Bacteriophage lambda, Stf, side tail fibre-repeat-2 (IPR005068) This repeat is found in the tail fibres of phage, for example protein K but bacterial homologues have also been identified. The repeats are about 40 residues long.This entry is r...