4AAY


Conserved Protein Domain Family
arsenite_ox_S

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TIGR02694: arsenite_ox_S 
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arsenite oxidase, small subunit
This model represents the small subunit of an arsenite oxidase complex. It is a Rieske protein and appears to rely on the Tat (twin-arginine translocation) system to cross the membrane. Although this enzyme could run in the direction of arsenate reduction to arsenite in principle, the relevant biological function is arsenite oxidation for energy metabolism, not arsenic resistance. Homologs to both large (TIGR02693) and small subunits that score in the gray zone between the set trusted and noise bit score cutoffs for the respective models are found in Aeropyrum pernix K1 and in Sulfolobus tokodaii str. 7. [Energy metabolism, Electron transport]
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 131741
View PSSM: TIGR02694
Aligned: 4 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 236.707
Threshold Setting Gi: 55773484
Created: 8-Oct-2014
Updated: 2-Oct-2020
Structure
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Sequence Alignment
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4AAY_B    46 GVEYPANRLANISELTLNEPLDVAYPDEDAAGVLLKLGTRVEGGVGPDGDIVGFSTICPHKGFPLSYSAdnKTFNCPGHF 125 arsenite-oxidising ...
BAD71924  34 SLTYPAVKVANLSQVKTGEPIFFNYPDASSPAVLVKLGRPAIGGVGRERDIVAFSALCTHMGCPVQYEE--GRFICRCHY 111 Thermus thermophilu...
AAR05655  46 GVEYPANRLANISELTLNEPLDVAYPDEDAAGVLLKLGTRVEGGVGPDGDIVGFSTICPHKGFPLSYSAdnKTFNCPGHF 125 arsenite-oxidising ...
Q8GGJ7    43 TLPYPITAVGKAKGLKVDAPVSFNYPDASSPCVAIKMGQPTPGGVGPNNDIVAHSILCTHMGCPVSYDAsaKTFKCPCHF 122 Herminiimonas arsen...
4AAY_B   126 SVFDPEKGGQQVWGQATQNLPQYVLRVADNGDIF-AEGVDELIYGRLSNV 174 arsenite-oxidising bacterium NT-26
BAD71924 112 SMFDPAKAGQPYQGLASSWLPQIPLRIDGKGDIY-AVAVAGLIWGRVKNV 160 Thermus thermophilus HB8
AAR05655 126 SVFDPEKGGQQVWGQATQNLPQYVLRVADNGDIF-AEGVDELIYGRLSNV 174 arsenite-oxidising bacterium NT-26
Q8GGJ7   123 SVFDPDNHGQMVCGQATENLPQIQLSYNAANDTFtAIGVTGLIYGRQSNI 172 Herminiimonas arsenicoxydans
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