InterPro results for type:repeat

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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...

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...

Testicular haploid expressed repeat (IPR006623) Repeats found in the Mus musculus (Mouse) and Homo sapiens (Human) THEG (testicular haploid expressed gene) proteins and several Drosophila melanogaster (Fruit fly) proteins.This ...

TDU repeat (IPR006627) The mammalian TEF and the Drosophila scalloped genes belong to a conserved family of transcriptional factors that possesses a TEA/ATTS DNA-binding domain. Transcriptional activati...

Cysteine-rich repeat (IPR006150) This repeat, originally named as Worm-specific repeat type 1, is found in several Caenorhabditis elegans proteins, as well as some other eukaryotes. The region contains several co...

TMP repeat (IPR007713) This short repeat consists of the motif WXXh where X can be any residue and h is a hydrophobic residue. The repeat is named TMP after its occurrence in the tape measure protein (T...

ET repeat (IPR002603) This repeat is found in proteins of unknown function, mainly from Caenorhabditis. Each repeat contains 8-10 conserved cysteines that probably form 4-5 disulphide bridges. By inspe...

Cysteine-rich Golgi apparatus protein 1 repeat (IPR001893) This cysteine rich repeat contains four cysteines. It is found in multiple copies in metazoan proteins, single copies occur in some bacterial species and is absent from the fungi....

Thrombospondin, type 3-like repeat (IPR003367) The thrombospondin repeat is a short aspartate rich repeat which binds to calcium ions. The repeat was initially identified in thrombospondin proteins that contained 7 of these re...

Flocculin (IPR001389) Yeast flocculation protein may be directly involved in the flocculation process. The extensively O-glycosylated protein is probably attached to the membrane by a GPI-anchor...