InterPro results for type:repeat

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Octapeptide repeat (IPR005038) This octapeptide repeat is found in several bacterial proteins, including immunoglobulin G-binding protein A from Staphylococcus. The function of this repeat is unknown...

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...

Testicular haploid expressed repeat (IPR006623) Repeats found in the Mus musculus (Mouse) and Homo sapiens (Human) THEG (testicular haploid expressed gene) proteins and several Drosophila melanogaster (Fruit fly) proteins.This ...

SPW repeat (IPR005530) A short repeat found in a small family of membrane-bound proteins. This repeat contains a conserved SPW motif in the first of two transmembrane helices...

Gas vesicle protein GvpC (IPR002003) Gas vesicles are small, hollow, gas filled protein structures found in several cyanobacterial and archaebacterial microorganisms. They allow the positioning of the bacteria at the...

Putative cell wall binding repeat 2 (IPR007253) This repeat is found in multiple tandem copies in proteins including amidase enhancers and adhesins...

Intron encoded nuclease repeat (IPR003647) This is a repeat of unknown function, but possibly involved in DNA-binding via a helix-turn-helix motif...

Protein of unknown function DUF823 (IPR008541) This family consists of a series of repeated sequences (of around 180 residues) which are found in Salmonella typhimurium, Salmonella typhi and Escherichia coli. These repeats are...

Protein of unknown function DUF824 (IPR008542) This family consists of a series of repeated sequences (of around 45 residues) which are found in Salmonella typhimurium, Salmonella typhi and Escherichia coli. These repeats are ...

Head domain of trimeric autotransporter adhesin (IPR008640) This seven residue repeat makes up the majority sequence of a family of bacterial haemagglutinins and invasins. The representative alignment contains four repeats...