InterPro results for type:repeat

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Thrombospondin, type 3 repeat (IPR017897) Thrombospondins are multimeric multidomain glycoproteins that function at cell surfaces and in the extracellular matrix milieu. They act as regulators of cell interactions in vert...

NHL repeat (IPR001258) The NHL repeat, named after NCL-1, HT2A and Lin-41, is found largely in a large number of eukaryotic and prokaryotic proteins. For example, the repeat is found in a variety of enz...

Paramecium surface antigen (IPR002895) The G surface protein of Paramecium primaurelia has important internal homologies and a periodic structure, which could be dictated in part by the rigid scaffolding of cysteine re...

Polymorphic outer membrane protein repeat (IPR003368) This repeat is found in polymorphic outer membrane proteins (POMPs) from Chlamydia and other bacteria...

Cysteine-rich repeat (IPR006150) This repeat, originally named as Worm-specific repeat type 1, is found in several Caenorhabditis elegans proteins, as well as some other eukaryotes. The region contains several co...

Proteasome/cyclosome repeat (IPR002015) A weakly conserved repeat module of unknown function, which occurs in two regulatory subunits of the 26S-proteasome and in one subunit of the anaphase-promoting complex...

Dictyostelium (slime mold) repeat (IPR001673) Several Dictyostelium species have proteins that contain conserved repeats. These proteins have been variously described as 'extracellular matrix protein B', 'cyclic nucleotide ph...

Phage-integrase repeat unit (IPR028229) This repeat is found on phage-integrase proteins in up to 15 copies. The function is not known...

KRBA1 family repeat (IPR029317) KRBA1 is a short repeating motif found in mammalian proteins. It is characterised by a highly conserved sequence of residues, SSPLxxLxxCLK. The function of the repeat, which can b...

MORN motif (IPR003409) The MORN (Membrane Occupation and Recognition Nexus) motif is found in multiple copies in several proteins including junctophilins . The function of this motif is unknown...