Conserved Protein Domain Family
stabl_TIGR02574

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TIGR02574: stabl_TIGR02574 
putative addiction module component, TIGR02574 family
Members of this family are bacterial proteins, typically are about 75 amino acids long, always found as part of a pair (at least) of two small genes. The other in the pair always belongs to a subfamily of the larger family pfam05016 (although not necessarily scoring above the designated cutoff), which contains plasmid stabilization proteins. It is likely that this protein and its pfam05016 member partner comprise some form of addiction module, although these gene pairs usually are found on the bacterial main chromosome. [Mobile and extrachromosomal element functions, Other]
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 131625
View PSSM: TIGR02574
Aligned: 9 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 54.7131
Threshold Setting Gi: 13881886
Created: 8-Oct-2014
Updated: 2-Oct-2020
Structure
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Aligned Rows:
Sequence Alignment
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Format: Row Display: Color Bits: Type Selection:
tigr:CT1476   1 MKLSVFERIQLVEDIWNSIAaEASDTIelLSQTQKDELHRRVAEHRADPSTA-VPREQVKSRLFSG 65  Chlorobium tepidum TLS
CAD73905     21 SALPPNDQLRIVQAIWDRLP-DGVGTD--LTESQRAELDRRWAEYKADPTTA-LSEEEFRERIRIA 82  Rhodopirellula baltica SH 1
CAD85503     17 TELPIDERIQLVEDLWDSIAsDQKMLR--LTTEQKAELDRRLNAYEVDKNPGrSALEAIAEIRRNL 80  Nitrosomonas europaea ATCC 19718
AAR33391     10 LDLSISERIQLVEDIWDSIAsVPESVQ--LTDEQKIELDRRLDAYHADPGKG-SPWDIVRERIRNR 72  Geobacter sulfurreducens PCA
AAK56380     11 KALSIDDRIRLVQAIWDSIEaEAEQLT--LTEPQKQELSRRMADHKANPDAV-ISWEAVKAQARAR 73  uncultured bacterium
BAC89631     10 TRLTPQERLALIEQLWDSLDeSAIPLP----DSQQAELSRRLVSLHDDRSQA-LTWEQLRSELARR 70  Gloeobacter violaceus PCC 7421
tigr:CT1521  13 LRLTPVERAEMIERLFQSFDnHRKAEI---DAAWAAEFESRLDAYKEGKIKA-SPVEEVMARINKR 74  Chlorobium tepidum TLS
AAK46485     12 DALSRDEQIELVEHINGNLA-EGMHIS----EANQALIEARANDTDDAHWST---IDDFDKRIRAR 69  Mycobacterium tuberculosis CDC...
WP_010047881 20 LKLSAPEREVIARRLMDSVApPPGVYE--SEDALRAELLRRIEDIESGRVKP-ITPEEMFANVRKA 82  Gemmata obscuriglobus
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