match idtarget lengthalignment lengthprobabilityE-valuecoveragematch description
1PRK122965006251.412[                           ----------------------]obgEGTPase CgtA; Reviewed
2pfam050572122146.64.7[                                 ------          ]DUF676Putative serine esterase (DUF676). This family of proteins are probably serine esterase type enzymes with an alpha/beta hydrolase fold.
3cd01737653340.211[                      ----------                 ]LSm16_NLike-Sm protein 16, N-terminal domain. LSm16 (also known as enhancer of decapping-3 or EDC3) has been shown to be associated with an mRNA-decapping complex Dcp1-Dcp2, required for removal of the 5-prime cap from mRNA prior to its degradation from the 5-prime end. EDC3 is believed to be a scaffold for decapping complex formation. It belongs to a family of Sm-like proteins that associate with RNA to form complexes involved in a variety of RNA processing events including pre-mRNA splicing, telomere replication, and mRNA degradation. Members of this family share a highly conserved Sm fold, containing an N-terminal helix followed by a strongly bent five-stranded antiparallel beta-sheet, that associates with other Sm proteins to form hexameric and heptameric ring structures. LSm16 has, in addition to its N-terminal Sm-like domain, a C-terminal Yjef_N-type Rossmann fold domain of unknown function.
4COG12102912239.315[                                      -------    ]GalUUTP-glucose-1-phosphate uridylyltransferase
5pfam112411682537.290[ --------                                        ]DUF3043Protein of unknown function (DUF3043). Some members in this family of proteins with unknown function are annotated as membrane proteins. This cannot be confirmed.
6cd025412672334.520[                                      -------    ]UGPase_prokaryoticProkaryotic UGPase catalyses the synthesis of UDP-glucose. Prokaryotic UDP-Glucose Pyrophosphorylase (UGPase) catalyzes a reversible production of UDP-Glucose and pyrophosphate (PPi) from glucose-1-phosphate and UTP. UDP-glucose plays pivotal roles in galactose utilization, in glycogen synthesis, and in the synthesis of the carbohydrate moieties of glycolipids , glycoproteins , and proteoglycans. UGPase is found in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes, although prokaryotic and eukaryotic forms of UGPase catalyze the same reaction, they share low sequence similarity.
7pfam14143726534.21.7E+02[-----------------------                          ]YrhCYrhC-like protein. The YrhC-like protein family includes the B. subtilis YrhC protein, which is functionally uncharacterized. YrhC is on the same operon as the MccA and MccB genes, which are involved in the conversion of methionine to cysteine. Expression of this operon is repressed in the presence of sulphate or cysteine. This family of proteins is found in bacteria. Proteins in this family are approximately 80 amino acids in length.
8PRK139222761433.894[                   -----                         ]PRK13922rod shape-determining protein MreC; Provisional
9pfam027061393633.865[-----------                                      ]WzzChain length determinant protein. This family includes proteins involved in lipopolysaccharide (lps) biosynthesis. This family comprises the whole length of chain length determinant protein (or wzz protein) that confers a modal distribution of chain length on the O-antigen component of lps. This region is also found as part of bacterial tyrosine kinases such as.
10pfam11693641632.225[                                       ----      ]DUF2990Protein of unknown function (DUF2990). This family of proteins represents a fungal protein with unknown function.
11PRK151363903830.364[   --------------------                          ]PRK15136multidrug efflux system protein EmrA; Provisional
12COG21651492130.274[      -------                                    ]PulGType II secretory pathway, pseudopilin PulG
13COG53931313428.874[   -----------                                   ]YqjEUncharacterized membrane protein YqjE
14PRK12670993928.737[       ------------                              ]PRK12670putative monovalent cation/H+ antiporter subunit G; Reviewed
15pfam07863611724.418[       -----                                     ]CtnDOT_TraJHomologues of TraJ from Bacteroides conjugative transposon. Members of this family have been implicated in as being involved in an unusual form of DNA transfer (conjugation) in Bacteroides. The family has been named CtnDOT_TraJ to avoid confusion with other conjugative transfer systems.
16PRK109053282424.435[     -------                                     ]PRK10905cell division protein DamX; Validated
17pfam113351431824.374[                                      -----      ]DUF3137Protein of unknown function (DUF3137). This bacterial family of proteins has no known function.
18pfam041561861623.91.1E+02[     -----                                       ]IncAIncA protein. Chlamydia trachomatis is an obligate intracellular bacterium that develops within a parasitophorous vacuole termed an inclusion. The inclusion is non-fusogenic with lysosomes but intercepts lipids from a host cell exocytic pathway. Initiation of chlamydial development is concurrent with modification of the inclusion membrane by a set of C. trachomatis-encoded proteins collectively designated Incs. One of these Incs, IncA, is functionally associated with the homotypic fusion of inclusions. This family probably includes members of the wider Inc family rather than just IncA.
19pfam14159903123.666[                                 ----------      ]CAADCAAD domains of cyanobacterial aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase. This domain is present in aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases (aaRSs), enzymes that couple tRNAs to their cognate amino acids. aaRSs from cyanobacteria containing the CAAD (for cyanobacterial aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases appended domain) protein domains are localized in the thylakoid membrane. The domain bears two putative transmembrane helices and is present in glutamyl-, isoleucyl-, leucyl-, and valyl-tRNA synthetases, the latter of which has probably recruited the domain more than once during evolution.
20PRK148402503723.351[            ------------                         ]PRK14840undecaprenyl pyrophosphate synthase; Provisional
21COG27334154921.51.6E+02[   ----------------                              ]YjiNUncharacterized membrane-anchored protein YjiN, DUF445 family
22TIGR006592266620.91.4E+02[   ---------------------                         ]TIGR00659TIGR00659 family protein. Members of this small but broadly distibuted (Gram-positive, Gram-negative, and Archaeal) family appear to have multiple transmembrane segments. The function is unknown. A homolog, LrgB of Staphylococcus aureus, in the same small superfamily but in an outgroup to this subfamily, is regulated by LytSR and is suggested to act as a murein hydrolase. Of the three paralogous proteins in B. subtilis, one is a full length member of this family, one lacks the C-terminal 60 residues and has an additional 128 N-terminal residues but branches within the family in a phylogenetic tree, and one is closely related to LrgB and part of the outgroup.
23pfam108582202520.872[  --------                                       ]DUF2659Protein of unknown function (DUF2659). This bacterial family of proteins has no known function.
24PRK053265624820.31.1E+02[    ---------------                              ]PRK05326potassium/proton antiporter; Reviewed