InterPro results for type:repeat

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Rib/alpha/Esp surface antigen (IPR012706) This entry represents a region of about 79 amino acids found tandemly repeated up to fourteen times within the proteins that contain it. The repeats lack cysteines and are highly ...

Pumilio RNA-binding repeat (IPR001313) Members of the Pumilio family of proteins (Puf) regulate translation and mRNA stability in a wide variety of eukaryotic organisms including mammals, flies, worms, slime mold, and ...

PFTB repeat (IPR001330) This repeat is found in a number of proteins, including prenyltransferase subunit beta and geranylgeranyl transferase subunit beta...

TAL effector repeat (IPR005042) The proteins in this group bind to DNA. Each repeat binds to a base pair in a predictable way. The structure shows that each repeat is composed of two alpha helices...

M protein repeat (IPR003345) This short repeat is found in multiple copies in bacterial M proteins. The M proteins bind to IgA and are closely associated with virulence. The M protein has been postulated to b...

Repeat of unknown function DUF1388 (IPR010790) This entry consists of several repeats of around 29 residues in length. Members of this family are found in the variable surface lipoproteins in Mycoplasma bovis and in mammalian ...

Armadillo (IPR000225) The armadillo (Arm) repeat is an approximately 40 amino acid long tandemly repeated sequence motif first identified in the Drosophila melanogaster segment polarity gene armadillo ...

Thrombospondin, type 3-like repeat (IPR003367) The thrombospondin repeat is a short aspartate rich repeat which binds to calcium ions. The repeat was initially identified in thrombospondin proteins that contained 7 of these re...

Disaggregatase-related repeat (IPR010671) This entry describes several repeats which seem to be specific to the Methanosarcina archaea species and are often found in multiple copies in disaggregatase proteins. Members of ...

Microtubule associated protein, tubulin-binding repeat (IPR001084) Microtubules consist of tubulins as well as a group of additional proteins collectively known as the Microtubule Associated Proteins (MAP). MAP's have been classified into two cla...