Conserved Protein Domain Family

cl21456: Periplasmic_Binding_Protein_Type_2 Superfamily (this model, PSSM-Id:304360 is obsolete and has been replaced by 419667)
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Type 2 periplasmic binding fold superfamily
This evolutionary model and hierarchy represent the ligand-binding domains found in solute binding proteins that serve as initial receptors in the transport, signal transduction and channel gating. The PBP2 proteins share the same architecture as periplasmic binding proteins type 1 (PBP1), but have a different topology. They are typically comprised of two globular subdomains connected by a flexible hinge and bind their ligand in the cleft between these domains in a manner resembling a Venus flytrap. The origin of PBP module can be traced across the distant phyla, including eukaryotes, archebacteria, and prokaryotes. The majority of PBP2 proteins are involved in the uptake of a variety of soluble substrates such as phosphate, sulfate, polysaccharides, lysine/arginine/ornithine, and histidine. After binding their specific ligand with high affinity, they can interact with a cognate membrane transport complex comprised of two integral membrane domains and two cytoplasmically located ATPase domains. This interaction triggers the ligand translocation across the cytoplasmic membrane energized by ATP hydrolysis. Besides transport proteins, the family includes ionotropic glutamate receptors and unorthodox sensor proteins involved in signal transduction. The substrate binding domain of the LysR transcriptional regulators and the oligopeptide-like transport systems also contain the type 2 periplasmic binding fold and thus they are significantly homologous to that of the PBP2; however, these two families are grouped into a separate hierarchy of the PBP2 superfamily due to the large number of protein sequences.
Accession: cl21456
PSSM Id: 304360
Name: Periplasmic_Binding_Protein_Type_2
Created: 5-Sep-2014
Updated: 2-Feb-2016
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