Summary: Extracellular link domain
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Brissett NC, Perkins SJ; , FEBS Lett 1996;388:211-216.: The protein fold of the hyaluronate-binding proteoglycan tandem repeat domain of link protein, aggrecan and CD44 is similar to that of the C-type lectin superfamily. PUBMED:8690089 EPMC:8690089
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|SCOOP:||Herpes_UL45 Chordopox_A33R Intimin_C|
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InterPro entry IPR000538The link domain [PUBMED:8318021] is a hyaluronan(HA)-binding region found in proteins of vertebrates that are involved in the assembly of extracellular matrix, cell adhesion, and migration. The structure has been shown [PUBMED:8797823] to consist of two alpha helices and two antiparallel beta sheets arranged around a large hydrophobic core similar to that of C-type lectin. This domain contains four conserved cysteines involved in two disulphide bonds. The link domain has also been termed HABM [PUBMED:8318021] (HA binding module) and PTR [PUBMED:8690089] (proteoglycan tandem repeat). Proteins with such a domain include the proteoglycans aggrecan, brevican, neurocan and versican, which are expressed in the CNS; the cartilage link protein (LP), a proteoglycan that together with HA and aggrecan forms multimolecular aggregates; Tumour necrosis factor-inducible protein TSG-6, which may be involved in cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions during inflammation and tumourgenesis; and CD44 antigen, the main cell surface receptor for HA.
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|Molecular function||hyaluronic acid binding (GO:0005540)|
|Biological process||cell adhesion (GO:0007155)|
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This clan contains domains that have a C-type lectin fold. Many of these are known or expected to mediate interactions with sugars.
The clan contains the following 7 members:APT C4 Chordopox_A33R Herpes_UL45 Intimin_C Lectin_C Xlink
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|Author:||Sonnhammer ELL, Bateman A|
|Number in seed:||12|
|Number in full:||1651|
|Average length of the domain:||93.40 aa|
|Average identity of full alignment:||40 %|
|Average coverage of the sequence by the domain:||15.67 %|
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