InterPro results for type:conserved_site

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Conotoxin, delta-type, conserved site (IPR012322) Cone snail toxins, conotoxins, are small peptides with disulphide connectivity, that target ion-channels or G-protein coupled receptors. Based on the number and pattern of disulph...

Cyclotide, bracelet, conserved site (IPR012323) Cyclotides (cyclo peptides) are plant peptides of ~30 amino acids with a head to-tail cyclic backbone and six cysteine residues involved in three disulphide bonds. The cyclotides ...

Cyclotide, moebius, conserved site (IPR012324) Cyclotides (cyclo peptides) are plant peptides of ~30 amino acids with a head to-tail cyclic backbone and six cysteine residues involved in three disulphide bonds. The cyclotides ...

Huwentoxin, conserved site-1 (IPR013140) The spider venoms often contain many active peptides such as neurotoxins, lectins, inhibitors to enzyme, etc. These peptides are very important for the spider's hunting and defend...

Epithelial sodium channel, conserved site (IPR020903) The apical membrane of many tight epithelia contains sodium channels that are primarily characterised by their high affinity to the diuretic blocker amiloride. These channels medi...

DNA-directed RNA polymerase Rpb11, 13-16kDa subunit, conserved site (IPR008193) DNA-directed RNA polymerases (also known as DNA-dependent RNA polymerases) are responsible for the polymerisation of ribonucleotides into a sequence complementary to the template...

EGF-like, conserved site (IPR013032) A sequence of about thirty to forty amino-acid residues long found in the sequence of epidermal growth factor (EGF) has been shown to be present, in a more or less conserved form,...

Tachykinin/Neurokinin-like, conserved site (IPR013055) Tachykinins are a group of biologically active peptides which excite neurons, evoke behavioral responses, are potent vasodilatators and contract (directly or indirectly) many smoo...

Neurohypophysial hormone, conserved site (IPR022423) Oxytocin (or ocytocin) and vasopressin are small (nine amino acid residues), structurally and functionally related neurohypophysial peptide hormones. Oxytocin causes contraction o...

Tash protein, PEST motif (IPR011695) The PEST motif is found in one or more copies in Tash AT-hook proteins from Theileria annulata. Tash proteins are transported to the host nucleus and are thought to be involved in...