Conserved Protein Domain Family
FlaC_arch

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pfam05377: FlaC_arch 
Flagella accessory protein C (FlaC)
Although archaeal flagella appear superficially similar to those of bacteria, they are quite distinct. In several archaea, the flagellin genes are followed immediately by the flagellar accessory genes flaCDEFGHIJ. The gene products may have a role in translocation, secretion, or assembly of the flagellum. FlaC is a protein whose exact role is unknown but it has been shown to be membrane-associated (by immuno-blotting fractionated cells).
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 310169
View PSSM: pfam05377
Aligned: 28 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 49.4805
Threshold Setting Gi: 500835847
Created: 20-Jul-2016
Updated: 4-Aug-2016
Structure
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Aligned Rows:
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Sequence Alignment
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Format: Row Display: Color Bits: Type Selection:
Q58304        10 KVNDIESKLPKLES---SINNLRKENEMLRVELNKINENL----QDIMALYEVVSN-QIN---PFI 64  Methanocaldococcus jannaschii...
Q9HKP3        49 RMTKIENDLGKLSG---EMEGQKKTLNDIKNELEGIKENV----KMVVSLYELVSR-DFN---PFM 103 Thermoplasma acidophilum
WP_007699383 126 RIETLEEELERNGT---RLGSIRDAQESVSDDIEEVNDTV----RRLLGVYDRLTE-QVN---PFt 180 Halovivax asiaticus
EQB67445      59 RMGNMENEVGKMST---LLESLKRGFQESGDKLTMISENV----KMVVSLYEVVSK-DFN---PFl 113 Thermoplasmatales archaeon E-...
EQB72309      51 RIGNVENELSKLGV---SMDGVKRNISEMNTELETLKENV----KMVVSLYEMVSK-KFN---PFM 105 Thermoplasmatales archaeon A-...
WP_012944535 103 RIEELEEELQDKET---ELGSVQDSQQHVAEQVEEMNDRV----QRLLGVYDQVTD-DVN---PFt 157 Haloterrigena turkmenica
WP_015321551 140 rTESLEESIEDTEM---RLDAIQDSQEQVVSQVDELNDRV----RRLLGLYDQVTD-DIN---PFt 194 Natronococcus occultus
WP_004069976  50 RLSEVENEVPRIKI---SIDTLKKQFQEVREDIERLEKTI----KDIMMLYEVISQ-EIN---PFK 104 Thermococcus litoralis
WP_012965951  47 RLNEIENRLPRIDV---SISNLKREIDGLKENIQKLEDSI----KDMMALYEVVSA-QIN---PFV 101 Ferroglobus placidus
WP_012003749 104 KVDELEQKMNNLSTvpgELATAEAQLSELSKSVEMLKQTVnihdKDVIKLYETVANlQKNydaKFV 169 Thermotoga lettingae
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