2LRU,6ELM


Conserved Protein Domain Family
OSR1_C

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pfam12202: OSR1_C 
Oxidative-stress-responsive kinase 1 C-terminal domain
This domain family is found in eukaryotes, and is approximately 40 amino acids in length. The family is found in association with pfam00069. There is a single completely conserved residue F that may be functionally important. OSR1 is involved in the signalling cascade which activates Na/K/2Cl cotransporter during osmotic stress. This domain is the C terminal domain of OSR1 which recognizes a motif (Arg-Phe-Xaa-Val) on the OSR1-activating protein WNK1.
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 403428
View PSSM: pfam12202
Aligned: 30 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 73.8227
Threshold Setting Gi: 1209703696
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:
2LRU_A         26 IKLWLRIEDikklkgKYKDNEAIEFSFDLERDVPEDVAQEMVESGYVCEGDHKTMAKAIKDRVS 89  
EKC27052      443 VALRLRVVDpkkrrdKHKENEAIQFEFDLDNDQAEDVALEMVKSGYLVEEDVKTVTRQIKERTQ 506  Pacific oyster
EFN65329      905 VEFRLRVLDpkkrsnKHKENEAIQFDFDIQADNAEEVALEMAKSSLILEEDAKAVAKMLKSQIT 968  Florida carpenter ant
NP_001262174  754 IEFRLRFMDpkkrssRHKENEAIQFEYNIRHDEYEQIAQEMMKENIISEDDSRAVARLLKVQVV 817  fruit fly
EJY57533      699 MEFRLRIMDpkkrvnKHKENEAIQFDFDTKVDDADEIASDMHKSGILMEDDSKTVAKILKVQIQ 762  yellow fever mosquito
XP_002412500  182 VELRLRVLDpkkrkdKHRENEAIQFEFHVENDNPDEIAKAMALTGIIMEEDARIVSMLIRNQIA 245  black-legged tick
XP_015795029  352 IEFRLIVTDpkkrkdKYKENEAIQFYFEIDKDNADEVALALVATGFLMEEDVRTVALLIRNQIS 415  two-spotted spider mite
XP_003276359  426 LALRLWVEDpkklkgKHKDNEAIEFSFNLETDTPEEVAYEMVKSGFFHESDSKAVAKSIRDRVT 489  northern white-cheeked gibbon
XP_003726619  262 IQLQLRVEDpkkrreRHRDNEALQFEIDLNKDEPDQVAKEMVRIGFVSEEDSKAVTKVIRDRIG 325  purple sea urchin
CDQ89056        7 LALRIWVEDpkklkgKHKDNEAIEFSYDLENDSAEEVALEMVKSGFFHESDAKVVGKSIRDRVT 70   rainbow trout
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