match idtarget lengthalignment lengthprobabilityE-valuecoveragematch description
1PRK0011715710097.60.00072[    -------------------------------------        ]recXrecombination regulator RecX; Reviewed
2pfam026311219195.80.045[        ---------------------------------        ]RecXRecX family. RecX is a putative bacterial regulatory protein. The gene encoding RecX is found downstream of recA, and is thought to interact with the RecA protein.
3COG213717411092.90.3[    -----------------------------------------    ]RecXSOS response regulatory protein OraA/RecX, interacts with RecA
4PRK1413630910181.814[  ---------------------------------------        ]recXrecombination regulator RecX; Provisional
5pfam071117397256.334[                  --------------------------     ]HCRAlpha helical coiled-coil rod protein (HCR). This family consists of several mammalian alpha helical coiled-coil rod HCR proteins. The function of HCR is unknown but it has been implicated in psoriasis in humans and is thought to affect keratinocyte proliferation.
6pfam122791293053.09.7[                                ------------     ]DUF3619Protein of unknown function (DUF3619). This protein is found in bacteria. Proteins in this family are about 140 amino acids in length. This protein has two conserved sequence motifs: AAR and DDLP.
7TIGR045141053637.829[                                    -------------]GWxTD_domGWxTD domain. This domain, about 100 amino acids long, occurs in Actinobacteria and other little-studied Gram-negative bacteria, Sec-dependent proteins 300-800 in length. The domain is rich in aromatic residues, with Trp, Tyr, or Phe as the majority amino acid in ten of the twenty-four most-conserved residue positions.
8TIGR019332617736.91.6E+02[          ----------------------------------     ]hflKHflK protein. HflK and HflC are paralogs encoded by tandem genes in Proteobacteria, spirochetes, and some other bacterial lineages. The HflKC complex is anchored in the membrane and exposed to the periplasm. The complex is not active as a protease, but rather binds to and appears to modulate the ATP-dependent protease FtsH. The overall function of HflKC is not fully described.//Regulation of FtsH by HflKC appears to be negative (SS 8/27/03
9TIGR032993095433.426[                            -------------------- ]LGT_TIGR03299phage/plasmid-like protein TIGR03299. Members of this uncharacterized protein family are found in various Mycobacterium phage genomes, in Streptomyces coelicolor plasmid SCP1, and in bacterial genomes near various markers that suggest lateral gene transfer. The function is unknown.
10pfam06698581931.653[                            ------               ]DUF1192Protein of unknown function (DUF1192). This family consists of several short, hypothetical, bacterial proteins of around 60 residues in length. The function of this family is unknown.
11PRK02919821724.163[                                         ------  ]PRK02919oxaloacetate decarboxylase subunit gamma; Provisional
12pfam153681702123.875[             -------                             ]BioT2Spermatogenesis family BioT2. BioT2 is a family of eukaryotic proteins expressed only in the testes. BioT2 is found abundantly in five types of murine cancer cell lines, suggesting it plays a role in testes development as well as tumorigenesis.
13pfam059261403423.02E+02[                                 ------------    ]Phage_GPLPhage head completion protein (GPL). This family consists of several phage head completion protein (GPL) as well as related bacterial sequences. Members of this family allow the completion of filled heads by rendering newly packaged DNA in the heads resistant to DNase. The protein is thought to bind to DNA filled capsids.
14PRK065632555922.21.6E+02[                          ---------------------- ]PRK06563enoyl-CoA hydratase; Provisional
15TIGR00789823121.41.2E+02[                              -----------        ]flhB_relflhB C-terminus-related protein. This model describes a short protein (80-93 residues) homologous to the C-terminus of the flagellar biosynthetic protein FlhB. It is found so far only in species that also have FlhB. In a phylogenetic tree based on alignment of both this family and the homologous region of FlhB and its homologs, the members of this family form a monophyletic set.
16cd11586543420.51.2E+02[                 --------------                  ]VbhA_likeVbhA antitoxin and related proteins. VbhA is the antitoxin to VbhT. The VbhT toxin of the mammalian pathogen Bartonella schoenbuchensis is responsible for the disruptive adenylation of host proteins. VbhT also induces FIC-domain-mediated growth arrest in bacteria; it is inhibited by this antitoxin which binds to block the ATP binding site of the VbhT FIC domain.