InterPro results for type:repeat

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Atypical Arm repeat (IPR032413) This atypical Arm repeat appears at the very C terminus of eukaryotic proteins such as importin subunit alpha, as the last of the repeating units...

CAP160 (IPR012418) This region featured in this family is repeated in spinach cold acclimation protein CAP160 CAP160 is induced during periods of drought stress; its precise function is unknown but ...

SprB repeat (IPR025667) This repeat occurs several times in SprB, a cell surface protein involved in gliding motility in the bacterium Flavobacterium johnsoniae...

Conserved TM helix (IPR008910) This alignment represents a conserved transmembrane helix as well as some flanking sequence. It is often found in association with a Mechanosensitive (MS) channel ...

Spectrin/alpha-actinin (IPR018159) 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...

ET repeat (IPR002603) This repeat is found in proteins of unknown function, mainly from Caenorhabditis. Each repeat contains 8-10 conserved cysteines that probably form 4-5 disulphide bridges. By inspe...

Clathrin, heavy chain/VPS, 7-fold repeat (IPR000547) Clathrin is a triskelion-shaped cytoplasmic protein that polymerises into a polyhedral lattice on intracellular membranes to form protein-coated membrane vesicles. Lattice formati...

Sel1-like repeat (IPR006597) Sel1-like repeats are tetratricopeptide repeat sequences originally identified in a Caenorhabditis elegans receptor molecule which is a key negative regulator of the Notch pathway...

Adenoviral fibre protein, repeat/shaft region (IPR000939) Adenoviruses are responsible for diseases such as pneumonia, cystitis, conjunctivitis and diarrhoea, all of which can be fatal to patients who are immunocompromised. Viral infecti...

Paired amphipathic helix (IPR003822) This entry represents the paired amphipathic helix (PAH) repeat. Sin3 proteins have at least three PAH domains (PAH1, PAH2, and PAH3). They are components of a co-repressor comple...