match idtarget lengthalignment lengthprobabilityE-valuecoveragematch description
1COG053146634099.83.1E-20[     ---------------------------------------     ]PotEAmino acid transporter
2TIGR0090942932099.65E-15[      --------------------------------------     ]2A0306amino acid transporter.
3COG175748537799.44.4E-15[      ----------------------------------------   ]NhaCNa+/H+ antiporter NhaC
4pfam1352042528499.31.3E-11[      ---------------------------------          ]AA_permease_2Amino acid permease.
5pfam0032447234199.21.1E-11[      --------------------------------------     ]AA_permeaseAmino acid permease.
6TIGR0090547329398.23.9E-07[     ----------------------------------          ]2A0302transporter, basic amino acid/polyamine antiporter (APA) family. This family includes several families of antiporters that, rather commonly, are encoded next to decarboxylases that convert one of the antiporter substrates into the other. This arrangement allows a cycle that can remove proteins from the cytoplasm and thereby protect against acidic conditions.
7COG111346229098.08.8E-06[      -----------------------------------        ]AnsPL-asparagine transporter and related permeases
8COG083354133497.20.00028[     ---------------------------------------     ]LysPAmino acid permease
9TIGR0091150135097.00.015[      -------------------------------------------]2A0308L-type amino acid transporter.
10TIGR0090655730796.80.0081[      ------------------------------------       ]2A0303cationic amino acid transport permease.
11TIGR0091347830396.70.0078[   ------------------------------------          ]2A0310amino acid permease (yeast).
12TIGR0090844225096.60.0012[      -------------------------------            ]2A0305ethanolamine permease. The three genes used as the seed for this model (from Burkholderia pseudomallei, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Clostridium acetobutylicum are all adjacent to genes for the catabolism of ethanolamine. Most if not all of the hits to this model have a similar arrangement of genes. This group is a member of the Amino Acid-Polyamine-Organocation (APC) Superfamily.
13TIGR0093145427496.50.0025[     ------------------------------              ]antiport_nhaCNa+/H+ antiporter NhaC. A single member of the NhaC family, a protein from Bacillus firmus, has been functionally characterized.It is involved in pH homeostasis and sodium extrusion. Members of the NhaC family are found in both Gram-negative bacteria and Gram-positive bacteria. Intriguingly, archaeal homolog ArcD (just outside boundaries of family) has been identified as an arginine/ornithine antiporter.
14TIGR0342847527895.60.017[      ---------------------------------          ]ureacarb_permpermease, urea carboxylase system. A number of bacteria obtain nitrogen by biotin- and ATP-dependent urea degradation system distinct from urease. The two characterized proteins of this system are the enzymes urea carboxylase and allophanate hydrolase, but other, uncharacterized proteins co-occur as genes encoded nearby in multiple organisms. This family includes predicted permeases of the amino acid permease family, likely to transport either urea or a compound from which urea is derived. It is found so far only Actinobacteria, whereas a number of other species with the urea carboxylase have an adjacent ABC transporter operon.
15TIGR0381046826195.40.016[      ---------------------------------          ]arg_ornith_antiarginine-ornithine antiporter. Members of this protein family are the arginine/ornithine antiporter, ArcD. This exchanger of ornithine for arginine occurs in a system with arginine deiminase, ornithine carbamoyltransferase, and carbamate kinase, with together turn arginine to ornithine with the generation of ATP and release of CO2.
16TIGR0090748232594.40.11[       --------------------------------------    ]2A0304amino acid permease (GABA permease).
17PRK1135744526588.80.89[    --------------------------------             ]frlAputative fructoselysine transporter; Provisional
18PRK1024945810485.35.3[                                ------------     ]PRK10249phenylalanine transporter; Provisional
19PRK1102141025678.27.4[      ---------------------------------          ]PRK11021putative transporter; Provisional
20TIGR0429842925775.11.1[      --------------------------------           ]his_histam_antihistidine-histamine antiporter. Members of this protein family are antiporters that exchange histidine with histamine, product of histidine decarboxylation. A system consisting of this protein, and a histidine decarboxylase encoded by an adjacent gene, creates decarboxylation/antiport proton-motive cycle that provides a transient resistance to acidic conditions.
21PRK1023845630368.415[       ------------------------------------      ]PRK10238aromatic amino acid transporter; Provisional
22pfam0355330213267.95.1[      --------------                             ]Na_H_antiporterNa+/H+ antiporter family. This family includes integral membrane proteins, some of which are NA+/H+ antiporters.
23pfam0355330212367.70.34[                               -------------     ]Na_H_antiporterNa+/H+ antiporter family. This family includes integral membrane proteins, some of which are NA+/H+ antiporters.
24TIGR0177345225755.135[      --------------------------------           ]GABApermgamma-aminobutyrate permease. GABA permease (gabP) catalyzes the translocation of 4-aminobutyrate (GABA) across the plasma membrane, with homologues expressed in Gram-negative and Gram-positive organisms. This permease is a highly hydrophobic transmembrane protein consisting of 12 transmembrane domains with hydrophilic N- and C-terminal ends. Induced by nitrogen-limited culture conditions in both Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis, gabP is an energy dependent transport system stimulated by membrane potential and has been observed adjacent and distant from other GABA degradation proteins. GabP is highly homologous to amino acid permeases from B. subtilis, E. coli, as well as to other members of the amino acid permease family (pfam00324). A member of the APC (amine-polyamine-choline) transporter superfamily, GABA permease possesses a "consensus amphiphatic region" (CAR) found to be evolutionarily conserved within this transport family. This amphiphatic region is located between helix 8 and cytoplasmic loop 8-9, forming a potential channel domain and suggested to play a significant role in ligand recognition and translocation. Unique to GABA permeases, a conserved cysteine residue (CYS-300, E.coli) located at the beginning of the amphiphatic domain, has been determined to be critical for catalytic specificity.
25PRK1504949912243.121[      --------------                             ]PRK15049L-asparagine permease; Provisional
26PRK1104946930643.08.6[      -------------------------------------      ]PRK11049D-alanine/D-serine/glycine permease; Provisional
27PRK1064444529042.33E+02[      -----------------------------------        ]PRK10644arginine:agmatin antiporter; Provisional
28COG081441517837.53.2E+02[ -----------------------                         ]SdaCAmino acid permease
29PRK1065543816434.555[                   --------------------          ]potEputrescine transporter; Provisional
30COG31171884030.427[                     ----                        ]YrbKLipopolysaccharide export system protein LptC
31PRK1083648921429.433[           --------------------------            ]PRK10836lysine transporter; Provisional
32pfam06724732523.11.1E+02[                         --                      ]DUF1206Domain of Unknown Function (DUF1206). This region consists of two a pair of transmembrane helices and occurs three times in each of the family member proteins.
33pfam0384532014520.41.1E+02[    ----------------                             ]Spore_permeaseSpore germination protein.