InterPro results for type:repeat

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Acid shock (IPR009435) The Asr protein is synthesised as a precursor and the cleavage is essential for moderate to high acid tolerance. Enterobacteria have developed numerous constitutive and inducible ...

Annexin repeat (IPR018502) The annexins (or lipocortins) are a family of proteins that bind to phospholipids in a calcium-dependent manner. The 12 annexins common to vertebrates are classified in the annexi...

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.)...

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...

Leucine rich repeat 4 (IPR025875) This entry represents 2 copies of a leucine rich repeat. Leucine rich repeats are short sequence motifs present in a number of proteins with diverse functions and cellular locati...

Nodule-specific GRP-repeat (IPR012488) The region featured in this family is found repeated in a number of plant proteins, some of which are expressed specifically in nodules formed during symbiotic interactions with c...

Actin-binding, Xin repeat (IPR012510) The repeat has the consensus sequence GDV(K/Q/R)(T/S/G)X(R/K/T) WLFETXPLD. This repeat motif is typically found in the N terminus of the proteins, with a copy number between 2 and...

BNR repeat (IPR002860) Members of this entry contain multiple BNR (bacterial neuraminidase repeat) repeats or Asp-boxes. The repeats are short, however the repeats are never found closer than 40 residue...

PT repeat (IPR006970) This short repeat is composed on the tetrapeptide XPTX. This repeat is found in a variety of proteins, however it is not clear if these repeats are homologous to each other...

Coagulation factor V, LSPD (IPR009271) The name LSPD derives from the conserved residues in the middle of the repeat. These repeats are found in coagulation factor V and occur in the B domain, which is cleaved prior to...