Conserved Protein Domain Family
ACT_ACR_4

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cd04926: ACT_ACR_4 
C-terminal ACT domain, of a novel type of ACT domain-containing protein which is composed almost entirely of four ACT domain repeats (the "ACR" protein)
This CD includes the C-terminal ACT domain, of a novel type of ACT domain-containing protein which is composed almost entirely of four ACT domain repeats (the "ACR" protein). ACR proteins, found only in Arabidopsis and Oryza, as yet, are proposed to function as novel regulatory or sensor proteins in plants. Nine ACR gene products have been described (ACR1-8 in Arabidopsis and OsARC1-9 in Oryza) and are represented in this CD. Members of this CD belong to the superfamily of ACT regulatory domains.
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 153198
View PSSM: cd04926
Aligned: 9 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 123.999
Threshold Setting Gi: 2827701
Created: 20-Mar-2006
Updated: 2-Oct-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:
NP_001060867 318 GVRLELCTPDRPALLSDVTRTFRENGLLVAQAEVSTKGdMASNVFYVTDAAGhaveqSAIDAVRQRVGMDCL 389 Oryza sativa (japonica ...
CAB79233     331 GVRLELCTADRPGLLAEVTRILRENGLNIARAEISTKDsIARNVFYVTDANGnlidpEIIKSIREKIGIDDL 402 thale cress
AAF03449     355 GLELELSAEDRVGLLSDITRTFRENSLTIVRAEISTREgKAKDTFYVTDVTGnpvesKIVESIRQQIGVSKL 426 thale cress
2827701      328 GLKLEIRTENKMGLLSDVTRVVRENGLSITRAEMCTQGeIAVGSFYVTDVNGgetgpSEVEAVVRELGGAVV 399 thale cress
NP_197914    374 GVKLELCAENRVGLLSDITRVLRENGLTVVRADVETQGqKSLNAFYVRDISGnkidmEFVESVKKEMRPIHL 445 thale cress
AAM65519     342 GWSLELCAKDRVGLLSEVTRILREHGLSVSRAGVTTVGeQAVNVFYVKDASGnpvdvKTIEALRGEIGHSMM 413 thale cress
CAD40537     347 GLALEVRTGDRAGLLSDVTRIFRENGLTIRRAEISSERgEAVDTFYLSDPQGhpveaKTIDAIRAQIGEATL 418 Oryza sativa (japonica ...
NP_172704    324 GVRLELRHPDKQGLLAEVTRTFRENGLNVTRTEISTSSdMATNIFYVTDANGdepdfKLIESVREKIGLECL 395 thale cress
NP_001049552 324 GVRLELRISDRRGLLAYVTRVFRENGLSVTHAEITTRDdMAMNVFHVTDVAGrpadpKTIDEVIQRIGTESL 395 Japanese rice
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