Homologous Superfamily

Duplicated hybrid motif (IPR011055)

Short name: Dup_hybrid_motif

Overlapping entries


The duplicated hybrid motif is a structural motif that is found in certain glucose-permease-like enzymes, and consists of a half-barrel beta-sheet of eight strands that is sandwiched with two 3-stranded beta-sheets. Enzymes displaying this motif include domain IIa of the glucose-specific permease from bacteria (EC: (IPR001127), which is part of the phosphoenolpyruvate:sugar phosphotransfer system (PTS), a bacterial and mycoplasma system responsible for the uptake of some sugars and their concomitant phosphorylation [PMID: 9705652].

This structural motif is also found in peptidoglycan hydrolase LytM, a member of peptidase family M23, although it contains an extra N-terminal, non-conserved beta-sheet subdomain.

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