InterPro results for type:repeat

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Cysteine rich repeat, tripleX (IPR003341) This signature describes a cysteine repeat C-X3-C-X3-C the function of which is unknown as is the function of the proteins in which they occur...

Cytoplasmic repetitive antigen-like (IPR009761) This family consists of several repeats of around 42 residues in length. These repeated sequences are found in multiple copies in Trypanosoma cruzi antigens, contains 23 copies o...

Pericardin-like repeat (IPR009765) This entry represents a repeated sequence of around 34 residues in length, which is found in multiple copies in Drosophila pericardin and other extracellular matrix proteins...

Tetratricopeptide repeat (IPR019734) The tetratrico peptide repeat region (TPR) is a structural motif present in a wide range of proteins. It mediates protein-protein interactions and the assembly of multiprotein com...

Type III secretion protein EspF (IPR006891) Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli O127:H6 attaches to the intestinal muscosa through actin pedestals that are created after it has injected the Type III secretion protein EspF (E....

TEP1, N-terminal (IPR008850) Telomerase protein component 1 (TP1/TLP1) or TEP1 is a protein component of two ribonucleoprotein (RNP) complexes: vaults and telomerase. Vaults are large RNP particles with a bar...

PQ-loop repeat (IPR006603) Some membrane bound proteins possess a pair of repeats each spanning two transmembrane helices connected by a loop. The PQ motif found on loop 2 is critical for the localisation o...

Protein of unknown function DM15 (IPR006607) This repeat is found in proteins that have not been characterised...

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...

Bacteriophage lambda, Stf, side tail fibre-repeat-1 (IPR005003) The proteins in this entry contain a repeat found in the tail fibres of a few bacteriophage and their homologous bacterial prophage proteins.This entry is represented by Bacteriop...