InterPro results for type:repeat

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Prion, copper binding octapeptide repeat (IPR020949) Prion protein (PrP-c) is a small glycoprotein found in high quantity in the brain of animals infected with certain degenerative neurological diseases, such as sheep scrapie and bo...

SprB repeat (IPR025667) This repeat occurs several times in SprB, a cell surface protein involved in gliding motility in the bacterium Flavobacterium johnsoniae...

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...

Mbt repeat (IPR004092) The function of the malignant brain tumor (MBT) repeat is unknown, but is found in a number of nuclear proteins involved in transcriptional repression. The repeat contains a compl...

Nuclear receptor repeat (IPR025900) This is a repeat involved in dimerisation of nuclear receptors proteins and in transcriptional regulation in general. It contains a Leu-Xaa-Xaa-Leu-Leu motif which has been charac...

Plexin repeat (IPR002165) This is a cysteine rich repeat found in several different extracellular receptors. The function of the repeat is unknown. Three copies of the repeat are found in plexin . Two copi...

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...

Leucine-rich glioma-inactivated , EPTP repeat (IPR005492) Mutations in the LGI/EPT gene can result in a special form of epilepsy, autosomal dominant lateral temporal epilepsy. The Epitempin protein (also known as Leucine-rich glioma-inac...

Pumilio RNA-binding repeat (IPR001313) Members of the Pumilio family of proteins (Puf) regulate translation and mRNA stability in a wide variety of eukaryotic organisms including mammals, flies, worms, slime mold, and ...

Zinc finger, C2HC-type (IPR002515) Zinc finger (Znf) domains are relatively small protein motifs which contain multiple finger-like protrusions that make tandem contacts with their target molecule. Some of these do...