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Clan: DoxD-like (CL0131)

Summary

DoxD-like Add an annotation

The families in this clan are all membrane proteins. The DoxD family is found on enzymes involved in elemental sulphur oxidation [1]. The other families in this clan are poorly characterised.

This clan contains 9 families and the total number of domains in the clan is 10608. The clan was built by J Mistry.

Literature references

  1. Purschke WG, Schmidt CL, Petersen A, Schafer G; , J Bacteriol 1997;179:1344-1353.: The terminal quinol oxidase of the hyperthermophilic archaeon Acidianus ambivalens exhibits a novel subunit structure and gene organization. PUBMED:9023221 EPMC:9023221

Members

This clan contains the following 9 member families:

DoxD DoxX DoxX_2 DoxX_3 DUF417 HR_lesion LMF1 MauE SURF4

Domain organisation

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Alignments

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Pfam family Num. domains Alignment
DoxX (PF07681) 6635 (62.5%) View
DoxX_2 (PF13564) 1334 (12.6%) View
DUF417 (PF04224) 870 (8.2%) View
MauE (PF07291) 457 (4.3%) View
LMF1 (PF06762) 402 (3.8%) View
SURF4 (PF02077) 375 (3.5%) View
DoxX_3 (PF13781) 297 (2.8%) View
DoxD (PF04173) 130 (1.2%) View
HR_lesion (PF05514) 108 (1.0%) View
Total: 9 Total: 10608 Clan alignment
 

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Family relationships

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