InterPro results for type:repeat

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Flocculin (IPR001389) Yeast flocculation protein may be directly involved in the flocculation process. The extensively O-glycosylated protein is probably attached to the membrane by a GPI-anchor...

Borrelia repeat protein (IPR004874) This is a group of Borrelia proteins that have not yet been characterised, but contain repeated regions...

CXCXC repeat (IPR004153) This repeat contains the conserved pattern CXCXC where X can be any amino acid. The repeat is found in up to five copies in Vascular endothelial growth factor C. In the salivary g...

Bacteriophage lambda, Stf, side tail fibre-repeat-2 (IPR005068) This repeat is found in the tail fibres of phage, for example protein K but bacterial homologues have also been identified. The repeats are about 40 residues long.This entry is r...

Repetitive proline-rich cell wall protein repeat (IPR003883) Extensins are plant cell-wall proteins; they can account for up to 20% of the dry weight of the cell wall. They are highly-glycosylated, possibly reflecting their interactions wit...

Protein of unknown function DUF326 (IPR005560) This entry is a small cysteine-rich repeat. The cysteines mostly follow a C-X -C-X -C-X -C-X pattern, though they often appear at other positions in the repeat as well...

DUF236 repeat (IPR004296) This family represents a short repeat region found a number of C. elegans proteins of unknown function...

Huntingtin, middle-repeat (IPR024613) This repeated domain is less than 40 amino acids in length and is associated with the huntingtin protein. The protein is of unknown function, however it is known that an expansion...

Lustrin, cysteine-rich repeated (IPR028150) This repeated is found in proteins from lower eukaryotes in lustrin, perlucin, pearl nacre, and other similar protein-types. Each repeat lies between Kunitz-BPTI repeats, in certa...

RHS repeat (IPR031325) RHS (rearrangement hotspot) proteins contain extended repeat regions. These repeats often appear to be involved in ligand binding. Note that the signature in this entry does not f...