4P1M


Conserved Protein Domain Family
ZapA

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pfam05164: ZapA 
Cell division protein ZapA
ZapA is a cell division protein which interacts with FtsZ. FtsZ is part of a mid-cell cytokinetic structure termed the Z-ring that recruits a hierarchy of fission related proteins early in the bacterial cell cycle. The interaction of FtsZ with ZapA drives its polymerization and promotes FtsZ filament bundling thereby contributing to the spatio-temporal tuning of the Z-ring.
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 398708
Aligned: 396 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 35.2112
Threshold Setting Gi: 333741189
Created: 20-May-2020
Updated: 7-Aug-2020
Structure
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Sequence Alignment
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Format: Row Display: Color Bits: Type Selection:
4P1M_A          20 VDIQIFGRSLRVNCPPdQRDALNQAADDLNQRLQDLKERTR-Vt--NTEQLVFIAALNISYELAQEk--AKTRDYAASME 94 
jgi:Niako_5595   7 INVLIGDRTYRIKIEPtDEEVVRKTLKLINDKILEFKTTFAgK---DMQDYVAMVVLWYATQ-QKAg--DSQPLVDNQTS 80  Niastella kor...
WP_022545691     6 IRISIADRYYPLKVAVnDEEKIRAAAKIINEKVDLYKSKYVsR---DNQDALSMALLQFVIRLIEAe--QR--EESNRIL 78  Bacteroidales...
WP_008202697     6 IKVKIGDREYPMRVKIeDEAKIRHAGKLINEKLRKYREEYGlD---DQQDLIAMVAFDCMVESLETn--EVNAEDSEHIR 80  Algoriphagus ...
jgi:Ftrac_2867   6 IKIKIADREYPMTVKAeEEERVRRAGKLINERLKSYREKFGiD---DKQDLLSMVAFDAIVDRFGVe--ENLQSNDESVL 80  Marivirga tra...
WP_044001001     6 IKIRVADRDYPMRVSPeDEERLRLAGRLLNERLKEFREQYGiQ---DKQDLLAMIALSTMADRLKVs--KEKDGTDAALT 80  Hymenobacter
Q11W13           6 IKIRISDRDYPMRVDAsEEERIRVAGKLINEKLKHFREQFGiD---DKQDLLSMTVFDAVMDKLKSd--QATTDNETIVQ 80  Cytophaga hut...
CCG99385         7 IHLKIADRDYTFKSPPeEETMLREAWRLIRDRVEVHRNR-GmR---DTQDVMALIAIECLVTSLKSd--EQSRQLQNRVY 80  Fibrella aest...
jgi:Emtol_3827   9 iALKVSSRVITLMIHPeMEPYFRKAANLVNRRIDTFTKNFS-GgemDTWDFLITVAIEGMVESQKNq--DKYKLLQQSLN 85  Emticicia oli...
CCY38635         7 INLIIAGSSHTLFIKPeEEELIRKAAKLIEIKLANYTGRLGaDktkTQQDFLSMTALELSYAYLKMkesRDVdmlaqsik 86  Tannerella sp...
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