alpha/beta hydrolases; A functionally diverse superfamily containing proteases, lipases, ...
alpha/beta hydrolases; A functionally diverse superfamily containing proteases, lipases, peroxidases, esterases, epoxide hydrolases and dehalogenases. The catalytic apparatus typically involves three residues (catalytic triad): a serine, a glutamate or aspartate and a histidine, and often the mechanism involves a nucleophilic attack on a carbonyl carbon atom.
The actual alignment was detected with superfamily member PLN02965:
Pssm-ID: 354836 Cd Length: 255 Bit Score: 201.30 E-value: 1.53e-62
Serine aminopeptidase, S33; This domain is found in bacteria and eukaryotes and is ...
Serine aminopeptidase, S33; This domain is found in bacteria and eukaryotes and is approximately 110 amino acids in length. It is found in association with pfam00561. The majority of the members in this family carry the exopeptidase active-site residues of Ser-122, Asp-239 and His-269 as in UniProtKB:Q7ZWC2.
Pssm-ID: 338260 [Multi-domain] Cd Length: 237 Bit Score: 38.34 E-value: 3.70e-03
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