InterPro results for type:family

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Type III effector HopF2 (IPR015226) Members of this family of plant pathogenic proteins adopt an elongated structure somewhat reminiscent of a mushroom that can be divided into 'stalk' and 'head' subdomains. The sta...

Mitogen, Yersinia pseudotuberculosis (IPR015227) Members of this family of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis mitogens adopt a sandwich structure consisting of nine strands in two beta sheets, in a jelly-roll topology. As with other su...

Protein of unknown function DUF1934 (IPR015231) This entry represents a family of hypothetical bacterial proteins. Their precise function has not, as yet, been defined...

Protein of unknown function DUF1940 (IPR015238) This family adopts a secondary structure consisting of six alpha helices, with four long helices (alpha1, alpha2, alpha5, alpha6) forming a left-handed, antiparallel alpha helical...

sn-Glycerol-3-phosphate import ATP-binding protein UgpC (IPR017922) UgpC is part of the sn-glycerol-3-phosphate ATP binding cassette importer that transport sn-glycerol-3-phosphate (G3P) and G3P diesters. In E. coli this importer consists of the p...

Protein phosphatase 4 core regulatory subunit R2 (IPR015267) Protein phosphatase 4 core regulatory subunit R2 (PPP4R2), also known as Psy4 in budding yeast, is the regulatory subunit of the histone H2A phosphatase complex. The histone H2A p...

Protein of unknown function DUF1948 (IPR015268) Members of this family of Mycoplasma hypothetical proteins adopt a helical structure, with one central alpha-helix surrounded by five others, in a NusB-like fold. Their function h...

Porin family, mycobacterial-type (IPR015286) MspA is a membrane porin produced by Mycobacteria, allowing hydrophilic nutrients to enter the bacterium. The protein forms a tightly interconnected octamer with eightfold rotatio...

Protein of unknown function DUF1955 (IPR015288) Members of this family are found in hypothetical proteins synthesised by the Archaeal organism Sulfolobus. Their exact function has not, as yet, been determined...

Yeast killer toxin (IPR015290) Proteins in this family, which are produced by Williopsis fungi, adopt a secondary structure consisting of eight strands in two beta sheets, in a Greek-key topology. They are toxi...