6GCS,6G2J


Conserved Protein Domain Family
NDUF_B12

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pfam08122: NDUF_B12 
NADH-ubiquinone oxidoreductase B12 subunit family
This family consists of the NADH-ubiquinone oxidoreductase B12 subunit proteins. NADH is the central source of electrons in the mitochondrial and bacterial respiration. NADH-ubiquinone oxidoreductase is involved in the transfer of electrons from NADH to the electron transport chain. This oxidation of NADH is coupled to proton transfer across the membrane, generating a proton motive force that is utilized for the synthesis of ATP. The function of this subunit is unclear.
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 400443
View PSSM: pfam08122
Aligned: 81 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 47.9321
Threshold Setting Gi: 268532502
Created: 21-May-2020
Updated: 7-Aug-2020
Structure
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Sequence Alignment
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Format: Row Display: Color Bits: Type Selection:
6GCS_CC               7 DPWARREAWRY--QTNFTRANRFKGAA--PGFGIAVVAFGAYLAAEKFL-----FeKKDDHHH 60 
8_pfamImport          2 DPWLRNEVWRYnvKEWGTTRERVIRFFf-PGFKWGVAAFIATIAIEKAL-----SvFQNKKGG 58 
XP_009014168         45 DPWLRNEVWRYhpSNHPGVAKNMINNFf-KGFKWAAAAMVITVAADYAL-----GiSASKKSH 101 Helobdella robusta
WGS:AAQB:GK19567-PA  39 DPWLRNEAWRYepKAFGTHASRLNTMLf-RGLGVGFCAFLVTIGVEYAL-----GiGKGQGGH 95  Drosophila willistoni
Q7PV97               41 DPWLRNEVWRYnvKQFSTHRSRLITFLf-KGFPLGFAAFVATIGVEYAL-----GvDYHAhgg 97  Anopheles gambiae str. PEST
XP_003251085         40 DPWLRNEVWRYtaLPGTSHTLRLFKTFt-RGMLLGFAAFVVTLGIEKSL-----GiTYEHKHD 96  honey bee
7_pfamImport          2 DPWLRNEVWRYdpKLHGTHASRVRAFFg-RGFLLGVGAFALTVAAEYA------LgIGDDHGH 57 
EEC20171             47 DPWLRNEVWKFclEKESTTMQRFWRFWr-RGMMPGLALAVAAVGLEQAWkfasgGdIKHHGEH 108 black-legged tick
XP_004927330         40 DPWIRNEAWRY--HPGFGTRWQRARKFffRGFPIGLGLTVITVALDKFM-----GgGEHGHGH 95  domestic silkworm
OWR53522             40 DPWIRNEAWRY--HPGFGTKLQRARKLffRGLPLGLALTVATVAFDKLI-----GgEDHDHGH 95  Danaus plexippus plexippus
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