Summary: Wall-associated receptor kinase galacturonan-binding
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This cysteine-rich GUB_WAK_bind domain is the extracellular part of this serine/threonine kinase that binds to the cell-wall pectins.
He ZH, Cheeseman I, He D, Kohorn BD;, Plant Mol Biol. 1999;39:1189-1196.: A cluster of five cell wall-associated receptor kinase genes, Wak1-5, are expressed in specific organs of Arabidopsis. PUBMED:10380805 EPMC:10380805
Decreux A, Thomas A, Spies B, Brasseur R, Van Cutsem P, Messiaen J;, Phytochemistry. 2006;67:1068-1079.: In vitro characterization of the homogalacturonan-binding domain of the wall-associated kinase WAK1 using site-directed mutagenesis. PUBMED:16631829 EPMC:16631829
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InterPro entry IPR025287
Wall-associated kinases (WAKs) are transmembrane proteins containing a cytoplasmic Serine/Threonine kinase domain and an extracellular domain in contact with the pectin fraction of the plant cell wall [PUBMED:10380805]. The cysteine-rich galacturonan-binding domain is located near the N-terminal end of the extracellular domain and binds to the cell-wall pectins [PUBMED:15769808, PUBMED:16631829].
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|Molecular function||polysaccharide binding (GO:0030247)|
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|Number in seed:||243|
|Number in full:||1199|
|Average length of the domain:||107.00 aa|
|Average identity of full alignment:||22 %|
|Average coverage of the sequence by the domain:||20.37 %|
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