InterPro results for type:conserved_site

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Chaperonin Cpn60, conserved site (IPR018370) The assembly of proteins has been thought to be the sole result of properties inherent in the primary sequence of polypeptides themselves. In some cases, however, structural infor...

Chitin-binding, type 1, conserved site (IPR018371) A number of plant and fungal proteins that bind N-acetylglucosamine (e.g. solanaceous lectins of tomato and potato, plant endochitinases, the wound-induced proteins: hevein, win1 ...

Multicopper oxidases, conserved site (IPR033138) Multicopper oxidases are enzymes that possess three spectroscopically different copper centres. These centres are called: type 1 (or blue), type 2 (or normal) and type 3 (or coupl...

Large-conductance mechanosensitive channel, conserved site (IPR019823) Mechanosensitive ion channels (MscL) play a critical role in transducing physical stresses at the cell membrane into an electrochemical response. MscL is a protein which forms a c...

Corticotropin-releasing factor conserved site (IPR018446) Corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) (corticoliberin) is a hormone from the hypothalamus that regulates the release of corticotropin (ACTH) from the pituitary gland. CRF is evolut...

Transcription regulator HTH, AsnC-type, conserved site (IPR019885) The many bacterial transcription regulation proteins which bind DNA through a 'helix-turn-helix' motif can be classified into subfamilies on the basis of sequence similarities. On...

LacY/RafB permease family, conserved site (IPR018457) In bacteria there are a number of families of transport proteins, including symporters and antiporters, that mediate the intake of a variety of sugars with the concomitant uptake ...

Omega-atracotoxin, conserved site-2 (IPR013139) Omega-atracotoxins (ACTX) form a family of neurotoxins that block insect but not vertebrate voltage-gated calcium channels. Omega-ACTXs are environmentally benign, insect-specific...

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...

Conotoxin-I, conserved site (IPR013141) 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...