2H0F,2H1X,2IGL


Conserved Protein Domain Family
TLP_HIUase

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cd05822: TLP_HIUase 
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HIUase (5-hydroxyisourate hydrolase) catalyzes the second step in a three-step ureide pathway in which 5-hydroxyisourate (HIU), a product of the uricase (urate oxidase) reaction, is hydrolyzed to 2-oxo-4-hydroxy-4-carboxy-5-ureidoimidazoline (OHCU). HIUase has high sequence similarity with transthyretins and is a member of the transthyretin-like protein (TLP) family. HIUase is distinguished from transthyretins by a conserved signature motif at its C-terminus that forms part of the active site. In HIUase, this motif is YRGS, while transthyretins have a conserved TAVV sequence in the same location. Most HIUases are cytosolic but in plants and slime molds, they are peroxisomal based on the presence of N-terminal periplasmic localization sequences. HIUase 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.
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 100114
View PSSM: cd05822
Aligned: 68 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 127.657
Threshold Setting Gi: 70733029
Created: 28-Jan-2008
Updated: 2-Oct-2020
Structure
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Program:
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active sitehomotetramer
Conserved site includes 7 residues -Click on image for an interactive view with Cn3D
Feature 1:active site [active site]
Evidence:
  • Structure:2H0F_A; Bacillus subtilis HIUase binds 8-azaxanthine (AZX). Contacts determined at 3.5 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.

Sequence Alignment
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Format: Row Display: Color Bits: Type Selection:
Feature 1             # #                                   #                                    
2H0F_A         9 GKLTTHILDLTCGKPAANVKIGLKRLge---siXKEVYTNNDGRVDVPLlageeLXSGEYVXEFHAGDYFasknxnaadq 85  Bacillus subtilis
YP_001524884   5 GGISIHGVDIAQGVAARGLQVKVYALdpe-rrlITEGVLGANGVFDDPIitgagITAGTYEVEFALGAWLkangygarea 83  Azorhizobium ca...
NP_769923     23 GGISIHAVDVASGRPAQGLRVEIWRIdpd-ssrIADGRLGANGVLDHPIvqgagVTAGEYEVLFHLGEFFads------d 95  Bradyrhizobium ...
YP_262802      3 GGLSIHVVDVASGKVAEGMAVRVRRLgg---elLCAGRIAGNGLLSELAermasFGQGVYEVELEVAAFYreqgqalppv 79  Pseudomonas flu...
ZP_02141183   11 GGISIHAVDVSRGIPAYGLSVRLMRLdpd-pveIAGGACAANGHFIHPVtegagVIRGMYEVTLGVGNYYrqsgtevpdp 89  Roseobacter lit...
ZP_01851104    4 GGISVHAVDVATGRPAAGLRVTVEALdpagrrlVAEGRIGPDGHLPHPIsggagVTAGIYEVTFDVGDYLapeg----gg 79  Methylobacteriu...
YP_001335327   2 STLSTHILDISTGTPAEGVTVSLSREge----tLANLVTNAQGRIATFSaa--pLPAGRYCLTAETGAWFarag----re 71  Klebsiella pneu...
AAZ59413       2 AGISTHVLDVSLGKPVSGMQIELFDMgtqppklIARARTNSDGRTDTPMlpatqARTGDFELRFWVADYFktp------d 75  Ralstonia eutro...
ZP_01848279  174 GKLSTHVLDTHGGRPAAGVALRFYALgragrtlLDTRTTNADGRTDTPLlsgapLRVGRYEIEFDIGPYFrervarsvdt 253 Methylobacteriu...
YP_001234283   2 TDLTTHVLDTAHGIPAAGVRIRLFAAgaa-ggpLAEAETDANGRAKIVPangvaFDSGSYDLVFSVGAYFgakgaaepap 80  Acidiphilium cr...
Feature 1                            # # #        #   
2H0F_A        86 pFLTIVTVRFQLadp-daHYHIPLLLSPFGYQVYRGS 121 Bacillus subtilis
YP_001524884  84 aFLDIVPFRFVVtrv-eeHYHLPFKFTPWGIQLFRGV 119 Azorhizobium caulinodans ORS 571
NP_769923     96 gFLTVTPFRFRIknv-deHFHLPLKFTRWGYSLFRGA 131 Bradyrhizobium japonicum USDA 110
YP_262802     80 pFLEVLVYRFGLddp-rqHYHLPFKLTAWGVSCFRGG 115 Pseudomonas fluorescens Pf-5
ZP_02141183   90 aFVEDAVFRFGVerv-seHFHLPFKFTPWGFSLFRGG 125 Roseobacter litoralis Och 149
ZP_01851104   80 rFLDRVPFRFTIedv-aaHVHLPLKFTRFGYALFRGA 115 Methylobacterium sp. 4-46
YP_001335327  72 sVFTRAQIDFVIgeaaedHFHLPFLIAPGGWSTYRGS 108 Klebsiella pneumoniae subsp. pneumoniae MGH 78578
AAZ59413      76 vFADIVPVRFTIada-aqHYHVPLLCSPWSFGTYRGS 111 Ralstonia eutropha JMP134
ZP_01848279  254 lFLETVPIRFGIdep-egHYHVAMIATPWSYTVYRGS 289 Methylobacterium sp. 4-46
YP_001234283  81 rFLDDVVIRFGLrag-aaHLHVPLLISPFGYTTYRGQ 116 Acidiphilium cryptum JF-5

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