InterPro results for type:repeat

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Clostridial hydrophobic repeat (IPR006637) This hydrophobic repeat is found in a number of proteins from Clostridium and other bacteria. It contains a conserved tryptophan residue...

Transcription termination factor NusA, C-terminal duplication (IPR010214) NusA, or N utilisation substance protein A, is a bacterial transcription termination factor. It binds to RNA polymerase alpha subunit and promotes termination at certain RNA hairp...

Kelch repeat type 1 (IPR006652) Kelch is a 50-residue motif, named after the Drosophila mutant in which it was first identified. This sequence motif represents one beta-sheet blade, and several of these repeats ...

KI67R (IPR012568) This entry represents the KI67/Chmadrin repeat. It can be found in the human antigen KI-67 protein. The function of this repeat is unknown...

Plasmodium-MYXSPDY (IPR012598) This repeat is found in hypothetical Plasmodium proteins...

Protein of unknown function DUF529 (IPR007480) This entry represents a repeated region found in several Theileria parva proteins.The repeat is normally about 70 residues long and contains a conserved aromatic residue in the mi...

MORN motif (IPR003409) The MORN (Membrane Occupation and Recognition Nexus) motif is found in multiple copies in several proteins including junctophilins . The function of this motif is unknown...

NPR nonapeptide (IPR010867) This is a nine residue repeat, which was called NPR after NonaPeptide Repeat. It is found in two malarial proteins and has the consensus EEhhEEhhP where h stands for a hydrophobic...

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...

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...