InterPro results for type:repeat

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ELWxxDGT repeat (IPR030916) This entry represents a protein repeat with a well-conserved motif ELWxxDGT, and a periodicity of about 48. A single protein may have as many as 18 repeats. It may consist nearly ...

Nuclear receptor repeat (IPR025900) This is a repeat involved in dimerisation of nuclear receptors proteins and in transcriptional regulation in general. It contains a Leu-Xaa-Xaa-Leu-Leu motif which has been charac...

Involucrin repeat (IPR000354) Involucrin is a protein present in keratinocytes of epidermis and other stratified squamous epithelia. Involucrin first appears in the cell cytosol, but ultimately becomes cross-l...

Yeast PIR protein repeat (IPR000420) A number of yeast cell wall glycoproteins are characterised by the presence of tandem repeats of a region of 18 to 19 residues...

Furin-like repeat (IPR006212) The furin-like cysteine rich region has been found in a variety of proteins from eukaryotes that are involved in the mechanism of signal transduction by receptor tyrosine kinases,...

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...

WG containing repeat (IPR032774) This repeat contains an N-terminal WG repeat motif. The extent of the repeat is poorly defined. This repeat may form a beta solenoid structure (Bateman A pers. obs.)...

Spectrin repeat (IPR002017) Spectrin repeats are found in several proteins involved in cytoskeletal structure. These include spectrin alpha and beta subunits, alpha-actinin and dystrophin. The spectrin repea...

HEAT repeat associated with sister chromatid cohesion protein (IPR026003) This HEAT repeat is found most frequently in sister chromatid cohesion proteins such as Nipped-B. HEAT repeats are found tandemly repeated in many proteins, and they appear to ser...

CagY type 1 repeat (IPR029285) This repeat is found at the N terminus of the CagY proteins - part of the CAG pathogenicity island - and involved in delivery of the protein CagA into host cells...