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Seadornavirus VP5/VP6 protein (IPR026373) This protein family occurs in the seadornavirus virus group, with designations VP5 in Banna virus, and VP6 in Kadipiro virus and Liao ning virus. The function is unassigned...

PEP-CTERM protein sorting domain, cyanobacterial subclass (IPR026374) This entry represents the PEP-CTERM protein sorting signals associated with bacterial exosortases. This entry is restricted to Cyanobacteria, including the genera Cyanothece, Nost...

Putative radical SAM-modified peptide (IPR026376) This family of short peptides occurs near radical SAM/SPASM domain proteins and is proposed to be modified by that enzyme...

Manganese/iron superoxide dismutase, C-terminal (IPR019832) Superoxide dismutases (SODs) catalyse the conversion of superoxide radicals to molecular oxygen. Their function is to destroy the radicals that are normally produced within cells ...

Xaa-Pro dipeptidyl-peptidase, C-terminal (IPR013736) This domain is found at the C terminus of cocaine esterase CocE, several glutaryl-7-ACA acylases, and the putative diester hydrolase NonD of Streptomyces griseus (all hydrolases)....

Exosortase H, IPTLxxWG-CTERM-specific (IPR026441) This entry represents exosortase subfamily H, for which most cognate recognition sequences are found by the IPTLxxWG-CTERM model . Species with this exosortase and multiple (up to...

IPTL-CTERM protein sorting domain (IPR026442) This entry represents a variant form of the PEP-CTERM C-terminal protein-sorting domain, with a consensus motif IPTL replacing the more typical VPEP. A majority of these sequences...

Rhombotail lipoprotein (IPR026443) Members of this protein family are probable lipoproteins. Nearly every member ends with a C-terminal region consisting of a glycine-rich probable cleavage site, a hydrophobic prob...

Bacterial alpha-L-rhamnosidase N-terminal (IPR013737) This domain is found in bacterial rhamnosidase A and B enzymes and is probably involved in substrate recognition...

Manganese/iron superoxide dismutase, binding site (IPR019833) Superoxide dismutases (SODs) catalyse the conversion of superoxide radicals to molecular oxygen. Their function is to destroy the radicals that are normally produced within cells ...