match idtarget lengthalignment lengthprobabilityE-valuecoveragematch description
1COG49671625155.232[       -----------------------------             ]PilVTfp pilus assembly protein PilV
2PRK066541812754.331[             ----------------                    ]fliLflagellar basal body-associated protein FliL; Reviewed
3PRK144082572750.424[      ---------------                            ]PRK14408membrane protein; Provisional
4TIGR025231393550.050[       --------------------                      ]type_IV_pilVtype IV pilus modification protein PilV. Pilus systems categorized as type IV pilins differ greatly from one another, with some showing greater similarty to type II or type III secretion systems than to each other. Members of this protein family represent the PilV protein of type IV pilus systems as found in Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1, Pseudomonas syringae DC3000, Neisseria meningitidis MC58, Xylella fastidiosa 9a5c, etc.
5pfam010983565342.879[     -------------------------------             ]FTSW_RODA_SPOVECell cycle protein. This entry includes the following members; FtsW, RodA, SpoVE
6pfam107101363941.01.1E+02[     ----------------------                      ]DUF2512Protein of unknown function (DUF2512). Proteins in this family are predicted to be integral membrane proteins, and many of them are annotated as being YndM protein. They are all found in Firmicutes. The true function is not known.
7TIGR04143251136.823[             -----                               ]VPxxxP_CTERMVPXXXP-CTERM protein sorting domain. This C-terminal protein sorting domain is detected, so far, in Methanohalophilus mahii DSM 5219 (five members) and Methanohalobium evestigatum Z-7303 (nine members). This domain resembles the PEP-CTERM, PEF-CTERM, and PGF-CTERM domains of other exosortase/archaeosortase systems. Member proteins co-cluster with a variant member of the exosortase/archaeosortase protein family, and represent a boutique second sorting system in these species.
8COG20952034635.51.4E+02[         --------------------------              ]MarCSmall neutral amino acid transporter SnatA, MarC family
9pfam103292273630.02.6E+02[                     --------------------        ]DUF2417Region of unknown function (DUF2417). This is a region of a family of proteins conserved in fungi some of whose members also have the Abhydrolase_1, pfam00561, domain in their sequence. The function of this region is not known.
10pfam010323113429.21.2E+02[                 -------------------             ]FecCDFecCD transport family. This is a sub-family of bacterial binding protein-dependent transport systems family. This Pfam entry contains the inner components of this multicomponent transport system.
11COG56151611628.151[        ---------                                ]COG5615Uncharacterized membrane protein
12TIGR03778241525.671[          --------                               ]VPDSG_CTERMVPDSG-CTERM protein sorting domain. Through in silico analysis, we previously described the PEP-CTERM/exosortase system (). This model describes a PEP-CTERM-like variant C-terminal protein sorting signal, as found at the C-terminus of twenty otherwise unrelated proteins in Verrucomicrobiae bacterium DG1235. The variant motif, VPDSG, seems an intermediate between the VPEP motif (TIGR02595) of typical exosortase systems and the classical LPXTG of sortase in Gram-positive bacteria.
13cd057681021324.180[                             -------             ]IgC_CH4CH4 domain (fourth constant Ig domain of the heavy chain) in immunoglobulin. IgC_CH4: The fourth immunoglobulin constant domain (IgC), of immunoglobulin (Ig) heavy chains. This domain is found on the Fc fragment. The basic structure of Ig molecules is a tetramer of two light chains and two heavy chains linked by disulfide bonds. There are two types of light chains: kappa and lambda; each composed of a constant domain and a variable domain. There are five types of heavy chains: alpha, delta, epsilon, gamma and mu, all consisting of a variable domain (VH) and three (in alpha, delta and gamma) or four (in epsilon and mu) constant domains (CH1 to CH4). Ig molecules are modular proteins, in which the variable and constant domains have clear, conserved sequence patterns.
14pfam149461801924.01.2E+02[                                -----------      ]DUF4501Domain of unknown function (DUF4501). This family of proteins is found in eukaryotes. Proteins in this family are typically between 167 and 308 amino acids in length. The exact function of this protein remains unknown, but it is thought to be a single-pass membrane protein. This family contains many highly conserved cysteine residues.
15pfam110231142822.697[            ------------------                   ]DUF2614Protein of unknown function (DUF2614). This is a family of proteins conserved in the Bacillaceae family. Some members are annotated as being protein YgzB. The function is not known.
16PRK142061272422.526[       -------------                             ]PRK14206camphor resistance protein CrcB; Provisional
17pfam053992273921.52.2E+02[         ---------------------------             ]EVI2AEctropic viral integration site 2A protein (EVI2A). This family contains several mammalian ectropic viral integration site 2A (EVI2A) proteins. The function of this protein is unknown although it is thought to be a membrane protein and may function as an oncogene in retrovirus induced myeloid tumors.
18PRK082384793921.22.9E+02[       ----------------------                    ]PRK08238hypothetical protein; Validated
19TIGR0306329920.11.3E+02[               -----                             ]srtB_targetsortase B cell surface sorting signal. Two different classes of sorting signal, both analogous to the sortase A signal LPXTG, may be recognized by the sortase SrtB. These are given as NXZTN and NPKXZ. Proteins sorted by this class of sortase are less common than the sortase A and LPXTG system. This model describes a number of cell surface protein C-terminal regions from Gram-positive bacteria that appear to be sortase B (SrtB) sorting signals.