The domain within your query sequence starts at position 10 and ends at position 80; the E-value for the Ste50p-SAM domain shown below is 1.2e-8.



PFAM accession number:PF09235
Interpro abstract (IPR015316):

Ste50-like proteins have a SAM domain at the N terminus and Ras-associated UBQ superfamily domain at the C terminus. They participate in regulation of mating pheromone response, invasive growth and high osmolarity growth response, and contribute to cell wall integrity in vegetative cells. Ste50 of S.cerevisiae acts as an adaptor protein between G protein and MAP triple kinase Ste11. Ste50 proteins are able to form homo-oligomers, binding each other via their SAM domains, as well as heterodimers and heterogeneous complexes with SAM domain or SAM homodimers of MAPKKK Ste11 protein kinase [(PUBMED:14573615), (PUBMED:18431466), (PUBMED:16337230), (PUBMED:16428446), (PUBMED:15327964), (PUBMED:15544813), (PUBMED:16543225), (PUBMED:1494345), (PUBMED:12764668)].

The fungal Ste50 SAM domain consists of five helices, which form a compact, globular fold. It is required for mediation of homodimerisation and heterodimerisation (and in some cases oligomerisation) of the protein [(PUBMED:14573615)].

This is a PFAM domain. For full annotation and more information, please see the PFAM entry Ste50p-SAM