1KGJ,1SN5,1TYR,1IE4,1TFP


Conserved Protein Domain Family
TLP_Transthyretin

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cd05821: TLP_Transthyretin 
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Transthyretin (TTR) is a 55 kDa protein responsible for the transport of thyroid hormones and retinol in vertebrates. TTR distributes the two thyroid hormones T3 (3,5,3'-triiodo-L-thyronine) and T4 (Thyroxin, or 3,5,3',5'-tetraiodo-L-thyronine), as well as retinol (vitamin A) through the formation of a macromolecular complex that includes each of these as well as retinol-binding protein. Misfolded forms of TTR are implicated in the amyloid diseases familial amyloidotic polyneuropathy and senile systemic amyloidosis. TTR forms a homotetramer with each subunit consisting of eight beta-strands arranged in two sheets and a short alpha-helix. The central channel of the tetramer contains two independent binding sites, each located between a pair of subunits, which differ in their ligand binding affinity. A negative cooperativity has been observed for the binding of T4 and other TTR ligands. A fraction of plasma TTR is carried in high density lipoproteins by binding to apolipoprotein AI (apoA-I). TTR is able to proteolytically process apoA-I by cleaving its C-terminus; therefore TTR has protease activity in addition to its function in protein transport.
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 100113
View PSSM: cd05821
Aligned: 7 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 221.268
Threshold Setting Gi: 51247415
Created: 5-Sep-2007
Updated: 2-Oct-2020
Structure
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active sitehomotetramer
Conserved site includes 8 residues -Click on image for an interactive view with Cn3D
Feature 1:active site [active site]
Evidence:
  • Structure:1KGJ_A; Rattus norvegicus transthyretin binds 3', 5'-dibromoflavone. Contacts determined at 3.5 Angstroms.
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  • Structure:1SN5_D; Sparus aurata transthyretin binds triiodothyronine. Contacts determined at 5 Angstroms.
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  • Comment:The homotetrameric thyretin structure contains two independent binding sites within the central core of the tetramer, each formed by a pair of monomers.
  • Structure:1IE4_A; Rattus norvegicus transthyretin binds two molecules of thyroxine in two independent binding sites, each formed by a pair of subunits. Contacts determined at 3.5 Angstroms.
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  • Structure:1TYR_A; Homo sapiens transthyretin binds retinol. Contacts determined at 3.5 Angstroms.
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  • Citation:PMID 8536704

Sequence Alignment
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Format: Row Display: Color Bits: Type Selection:
Feature 1                # #                                    #                             
1KGJ_A      4 GAGESKCPLMVKVLDAVRGSPAVDVAVKVFKKTADGSWEPFASGKTAESGELHGLTTDEKFTEGVYRVELDTKSYWKALG 83  Rattus norvegicus
1SN5_D      7 GGSDTRCPLMVKILDAVKGTPAGSVALKVSQKTADGGWTQIATGVTDATGEIHNLITEQQFPAGVYRVEFDTKAYWTNQG 86  gilthead seabream
1TYR_A      4 GTGESKCPLMVKVLDAVRGSPAINVAVHVFRKAADDTWEPFASGKTSESGELHGLTTEEEFVEGIYKVEIDTKSYWKALG 83  human
1IE4_A      4 GAGESKCPLMVKVLDAVRGSPAVDVAVKVFKKTADGSWEPFASGKTAESGELHGLTTDEKFTEGVYRVELDTKSYWKALG 83  Norway rat
1TFP_A      7 GSVDSKCPLMVKVLDAVRGSPAANVAVKVFKKAADGTWQDFATGKTTEFGEIHELTTEEQFVEGVYRVEFDTSSYWKGLG 86  chicken
BAA77579   28 GEADSKCPLMVKVLDAVRGIPAANLLVNVFRQTESGKWEQITSGKTTELGEIHNLTTDEQFTEGVYKIEFATKAFWGKLG 107 African clawed frog
ABI93606   32 GGVKDSCPLMVKAIDSVRGKPAAGVKLSVMKKQEDASWKEVATGVTGKTGESHHLIGDKDFTEGTYKVRFDTQAYWTKAG 111 American brook lam...
Feature 1                           # # #      # #     
1KGJ_A     84 ISPFHEYAEVVFTANDSGHRHYTIAALLSPYSYSTTAVVSN 124 Rattus norvegicus
1SN5_D     87 STPFHEVAEVVFDAHPEGHRHYTLALLLSPFSYTTTAVVSS 127 gilthead seabream
1TYR_A     84 ISPFHEHAEVVFTANDSGPRRYTIAALLSPYSYSTTAVVTN 124 human
1IE4_A     84 ISPFHEYAEVVFTANDSGHRHYTIAALLSPYSYSTTAVVSN 124 Norway rat
1TFP_A     87 LSPFHEYADVVFTANDSGHRHYTIAALLSPFSYSTTAVVSD 127 chicken
BAA77579  108 LSPFHEYVDVVFTANDAGHRQYTIAVLLTPYSFSSTAIVSE 148 African clawed frog
ABI93606  112 ITPFHEAAEVVFMAHGAGHKHYHIPMLLSPFFYATGTIVGD 152 American brook lamprey

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