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959  structures 23898  species 29  interactions 440668  sequences 2228  architectures

Clan: GT-A (CL0110)


Glycosyl transferase clan GT-A Add an annotation

This is the GT-A clan that contains diverse glycosyltransferases that possess a Rossmann like fold [1].

This clan contains 46 families and the total number of domains in the clan is 440668. The clan was built by A Bateman.

Literature references

  1. Liu J, Mushegian A; , Protein Sci 2003;12:1418-1431.: Three monophyletic superfamilies account for the majority of the known glycosyltransferases. PUBMED:12824488 EPMC:12824488


This clan contains the following 46 member families:

Anp1 Caps_synth Cellulose_synt CgtA CHGN Chitin_synth_1 Chitin_synth_2 CofC CTP_transf_3 DUF2064 DUF273 DUF604 Fringe Galactosyl_T GlcNAc Gly_transf_sug Glyco_tranf_2_2 Glyco_tranf_2_3 Glyco_tranf_2_4 Glyco_tranf_2_5 Glyco_trans_2_3 Glyco_transf_15 Glyco_transf_21 Glyco_transf_25 Glyco_transf_34 Glyco_transf_43 Glyco_transf_49 Glyco_transf_6 Glyco_transf_64 Glyco_transf_7C Glyco_transf_7N Glyco_transf_8 Glyco_transf_92 Glycos_transf_2 GNT-I IspD Mannosyl_trans3 MGAT2 NTP_transf_3 NTP_transferase Nucleotid_trans Osmo_MPGsynth Pox_P35 Rhamno_transf TcdA_TcdB UDPGP

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Domain organisation

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The table below shows the number of occurrences of each domain throughout the sequence database. More...

Pfam family Num. domains Alignment
Glycos_transf_2 (PF00535) 163081 (37.0%) View
NTP_transferase (PF00483) 82234 (18.7%) View
NTP_transf_3 (PF12804) 38587 (8.8%) View
Glyco_tranf_2_3 (PF13641) 29169 (6.6%) View
IspD (PF01128) 22569 (5.1%) View
Glyco_transf_8 (PF01501) 17709 (4.0%) View
CTP_transf_3 (PF02348) 14129 (3.2%) View
UDPGP (PF01704) 7120 (1.6%) View
Glyco_trans_2_3 (PF13632) 5842 (1.3%) View
Glyco_transf_25 (PF01755) 5819 (1.3%) View
Cellulose_synt (PF03552) 4295 (1.0%) View
Gly_transf_sug (PF04488) 4043 (0.9%) View
Galactosyl_T (PF01762) 3879 (0.9%) View
Glyco_tranf_2_4 (PF13704) 3261 (0.7%) View
DUF2064 (PF09837) 2742 (0.6%) View
Chitin_synth_2 (PF03142) 2528 (0.6%) View
Glyco_transf_7C (PF02709) 2318 (0.5%) View
CofC (PF01983) 2176 (0.5%) View
TcdA_TcdB (PF12919) 2067 (0.5%) View
Mannosyl_trans3 (PF11051) 1933 (0.4%) View
Glyco_transf_21 (PF13506) 1855 (0.4%) View
Chitin_synth_1 (PF01644) 1783 (0.4%) View
Nucleotid_trans (PF03407) 1670 (0.4%) View
Fringe (PF02434) 1640 (0.4%) View
Pfam family Num. domains Alignment
Glyco_tranf_2_2 (PF10111) 1571 (0.4%) View
Glyco_transf_15 (PF01793) 1476 (0.3%) View
Glyco_transf_92 (PF01697) 1462 (0.3%) View
Glyco_transf_34 (PF05637) 1279 (0.3%) View
Glyco_transf_49 (PF13896) 1224 (0.3%) View
Glyco_transf_7N (PF13733) 1194 (0.3%) View
Glyco_transf_64 (PF09258) 1076 (0.2%) View
Glyco_transf_43 (PF03360) 998 (0.2%) View
CHGN (PF05679) 979 (0.2%) View
Anp1 (PF03452) 900 (0.2%) View
Glyco_tranf_2_5 (PF13712) 896 (0.2%) View
Caps_synth (PF05704) 846 (0.2%) View
Glyco_transf_6 (PF03414) 835 (0.2%) View
GlcNAc (PF11397) 757 (0.2%) View
DUF604 (PF04646) 639 (0.1%) View
GNT-I (PF03071) 572 (0.1%) View
CgtA (PF06306) 462 (0.1%) View
MGAT2 (PF05060) 335 (0.1%) View
DUF273 (PF03314) 232 (0.1%) View
Rhamno_transf (PF11316) 201 (0.0%) View
Pox_P35 (PF03213) 196 (0.0%) View
Osmo_MPGsynth (PF09488) 89 (0.0%) View
Total: 46 Total: 440668 Clan alignment

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Family relationships

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Species distribution

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For those sequences which have a structure in the Protein DataBank, we use the mapping between UniProt, PDB and Pfam coordinate systems from the MSD group, to allow us to map Pfam domains onto UniProt three-dimensional structures. The table below shows the mapping between the Pfam families in this clan, the corresponding UniProt entries, and the region of the three-dimensional structures that are available for that sequence.

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