Conserved Protein Domain Family

pfam08248: Tryp_FSAP 
Tryptophyllin-3 skin active peptide
PdT-3 or Tryptophyllin-3 peptide is a subfamily of the family Tryptophyllin and of the superfamily FSAP (Frog Skin Active Peptide). Originally identified in skin extracts of Neotropical leaf frogs, Phyllomedusa sp. This subfamily has an average length of 13 amino acids. The pharmacological activity of the tryptophyllins remains to be established but it seems that these peptides possess an action on liver protein synthesis and body weight.
PSSM-Id: 116833
Aligned: 2 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 1e+06
Created: 20-Apr-2021
Updated: 29-Sep-2021
Aligned Rows:
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Sequence Alignment
Format: Row Display: Color Bits: Type Selection:
P04096  2 EKPYWPPPIYPM 13 Rohde's leaf frog
Q7LZ51  2 EKPFYPPPIYPV 13 two-colored leaf frog
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