InterPro results for type:family

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Myotubularin-related protein 14 (IPR039802) Myotubularin-related protein 14 (MTMR14, also known as Jumpy) belongs to the myotubularin family, whose members are dual-specificity phosphatases that act primarily to dephosphory...

The Golgi pH regulator/GPCR-type G protein (IPR015672) This entry include human Golgi pH regulators (GPHR) and GPCR-type G proteins (GTG1 and GTG2) from Arabidopsis. GTG1 and GTG2 may function both as a new type of G protein and as a...

Enamelin (IPR015673) Enamelin is a secreted structural protein that acts to create dental enamel matrix. Enamelin protein is proteolytically cleaved into several products, which are identified by thei...

Gastrin releasing peptide (IPR015674) Gastrin-releasing peptide (GRP) is a mammalian neuropeptide, homologue of the amphibian bombesin. It binds to the GRP receptor (GRPR, also called BB2), a member of the G-protein c...

Secretin precursor (IPR015675) A number of polypeptidic hormones, mainly expressed in the intestine or the pancreas, belong to a group of structurally related peptides. Members of the structurally similar group...

Tob1/2 (IPR015676) Tob1 and Tob2 are members of the BTG/Tob family.The BTG/Tob family members contain an conserved N-terminal domain, known as APRO domain (AntiPROliferative) or BTG domain. In mamma...

Tob1 (IPR015677) Tob1 (transducer of ErbB2) is a member of the BTG/Tob family. Studies in mice carrying a targeted deletion of the Tob1 gene indicate that Tob1 is a negative regulator of osteogene...

Tob2 (IPR015678) Tob (transducer of ErbB2) is a member of the BTG/Tob family. Tob2 consists of 344 amino acids with high similarity to the Tob1 protein. Like the Tob1 protein, Tob2 can inhibit cel...

Cadherin (IPR039808) Cadherins are a group of transmembrane proteins that serve as the major adhesion molecules located within adherens junctions. They can regulate cell-cell adhesion through their ex...

Mycothione reductase (IPR017817) Mycothiol, a glutathione analog in Mycobacterium tuberculosis and related species, can form a disulphide-linked dimer called mycothione. This enzyme can reduce mycothione to regen...