Conserved Protein Domain Family
Nod_GRP

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pfam07806: Nod_GRP 
Nodule-specific GRP repeat
The region featured in this family is found repeated in a number of plant proteins, some of which are expressed specifically in nodules formed during symbiotic interactions with certain bacterial species. Some of these proteins are also termed glycine-rich proteins (GRPs), due to the presence of a glycine-rich C-terminal region in their structures. Bacterial infection is required for the induction of nodule-specific GRP genes, and it is thought that nodule-specific GRPs may play non-redundant roles required at specific stages of nodule development. Members of this group of proteins may be cytosolic, whereas others are thought to be membrane-associated.
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 116420
View PSSM: pfam07806
Aligned: 10 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 35.5728
Threshold Setting Gi: 75159278
Created: 11-May-2020
Updated: 7-Aug-2020
Structure
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Aligned Rows:
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Sequence Alignment
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Format: Row Display: Color Bits: Type Selection:
Q8S2T8  75 GVTKESKTKIGIDSWRDWGGSFWgYGEENNGGGEEEGG 112 barrel medic
Q8S2T8 115 GVTRESKTKIGTDGWRDWGGSFWeDGQENNGGGNKNSG 152 barrel medic
Q9SBR7 107 GVTREFKTXIGTDGWRDWGGSFWeDGQKNHGGGDTEGG 144 Medicago sativa subsp. x varia
Q93Y97  34 GATEEFKTKNEFDEWREWEGWNWg-GRQGNGGGEKEGR 70  white clover
Q8S2T8  33 GVAKVSKTKVGIDGWRDWGGSFWeDGQENNGGSDKEGG 70  barrel medic
O22625  25 GVTKESKTKIVIDGWRDWGGSFPdVEKENNGRGDKEGG 62  Medicago sativa
O22625  71 GEVHESVTE----GWRDWGGAFPnVEKENNGRGDKEGG 104 Medicago sativa
Q8S2T8 161 GEVHESVTE----GWRDWGGSFWdDDKENIGGKNKEGA 194 barrel medic
O04305  28 GAIEETKTKYGIDSWRDWGGSFWgDEEVDTGGGDKDGG 65  fava bean
O04305  69 GEKGKKESKNGKDDWRDWGGSFWgDEEGNGGERGKKGG 106 fava bean
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