InterPro results for type:repeat

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CshA-type fibril repeat (IPR026395) Many proteins with this repeat are LPXTG-anchored surface proteins of Firmicutes species, but the repeat occurs more broadly. Proteins with the repeat include CshA from Streptococ...

T5SS/PEP-CTERM-associated repeat (IPR030895) This entry describes a repeat about 50 amino acids in length. Most proteins with this repeat have a C-terminal autotransporter domain and/or an N-terminal type V secretion system ...

Apopolysialoglycoprotein (IPR009900) This entry represents a series of 13 residue repeats found in the apopolysialoglycoprotein of Oncorhynchus mykiss (Rainbow trout) and Oncorhynchus masou (Cherry salmon). Polysialo...

HEAT, type 2 (IPR021133) The HEAT repeat is a tandemly repeated, 37-47 amino acid long module occurring in a number of cytoplasmic proteins, including the four name-giving proteins huntingtin, elongation ...

FG-GAP repeat (IPR013517) This region contains the extracellular repeat that is found in up to seven copies in alpha integrins. This repeat has been predicted to fold into a beta propeller structure. The r...

Plasmodium yoelii repeat of length 46 (IPR006489) This repeat is found in the products of only 2 genes in Plasmodium yoelii, in each of these proteins it is repeated 9 times. It is found in no other organism...

TDU repeat (IPR006627) The mammalian TEF and the Drosophila scalloped genes belong to a conserved family of transcriptional factors that possesses a TEA/ATTS DNA-binding domain. Transcriptional activati...

Protein of unknown function DUF312 (IPR005506) This set of repeats is found in a small family of secreted proteins of no known function, which may be involved in signal transduction...

EAR (IPR009039) Most of the hereditary idiopathic epilepsies are due to mutation in ion channels expressed in brain. Recently two non-ion channel genes LGI1 and VGLR1 have emerged as important ca...

RTX calcium-binding nonapeptide repeat (IPR001343) Gram-negative bacteria produce a number of proteins that are secreted into the growth medium by a mechanism by the type I secretion system that does not require a cleaved N-termin...