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Clan: FMN-binding (CL0336)

Summary

FMN-binding split barrel superfamily Add an annotation

This includes those related to the ferredoxin reductase-like FAD-binding domain and those that are Pyridoxine 5'-phosphate oxidase (PNP)-like.

This clan contains 10 families and the total number of domains in the clan is 69846. The clan was built by P Coggill.

Members

This clan contains the following 10 member families:

DUF2255 DUF447 F420H2_quin_red Flavin_Reduct FMN_bind_2 Putative_PNPOx Pyrid_ox_like Pyrid_oxidase_2 Pyridox_ox_2 Pyridox_oxase_2

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Domain organisation

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Alignments

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Pfam family Num. domains Alignment
Putative_PNPOx (PF01243) 26537 (38.0%) View
Flavin_Reduct (PF01613) 19864 (28.4%) View
Pyridox_ox_2 (PF12900) 6402 (9.2%) View
F420H2_quin_red (PF04075) 5447 (7.8%) View
FMN_bind_2 (PF04299) 3364 (4.8%) View
Pyrid_ox_like (PF16242) 3201 (4.6%) View
Pyrid_oxidase_2 (PF13883) 2693 (3.9%) View
Pyridox_oxase_2 (PF12766) 1436 (2.1%) View
DUF447 (PF04289) 489 (0.7%) View
DUF2255 (PF10012) 413 (0.6%) View
Total: 10 Total: 69846 Clan alignment
 

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Family relationships

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Structures

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