The domain within your query sequence starts at position 1211 and ends at position 1827; the E-value for the Tet_JBP domain shown below is 3.4e-305.

SWSMYYNGCKFARSKKPRKFRLHGAEPKEEERLGSHLQNLATVIAPIYKKLAPDAYNNQV
EFEHQAPDCCLGLKEGRPFSGVTACLDFSAHSHRDQQNMPNGSTVVVTLNREDNREVGAK
PEDEQFHVLPMYIIAPEDEFGSTEGQEKKIRMGSIEVLQSFRRRRVIRIGELPKSCKKKA
EPKKAKTKKAARKRSSLENCSSRTEKGKSSSHTKLMENASHMKQMTAQPQLSGPVIRQPP
TLQRHLQQGQRPQQPQPPQPQPQTTPQPQPQPQHIMPGNSQSVGSHCSGSTSVYTRQPTP
HSPYPSSAHTSDIYGDTNHVNFYPTSSHASGSYLNPSNYMNPYLGLLNQNNQYAPFPYNG
SVPVDNGSPFLGSYSPQAQSRDLHRYPNQDHLTNQNLPPIHTLHQQTFGDSPSKYLSYGN
QNMQRDAFTTNSTLKPNVHHLATFSPYPTPKMDSHFMGAASRSPYSHPHTDYKTSEHHLP
SHTIYSYTAAASGSSSSHAFHNKENDNIANGLSRVLPGFNHDRTASAQELLYSLTGSSQE
KQPEVSGQDAAAVQEIEYWSDSEHNFQDPCIGGVAIAPTHGSILIECAKCEVHATTKVND
PDRNHPTRISLVLYRHK

Tet_JBP

Oxygenase domain of the 2OGFeDO superfamily
Tet_JBP
SMART accession number:SM01333
Description: A double-stranded beta helix (DSBH) fold domain of the 2-oxoglutarate (2OG)-Fe(II)-dependent dioxygenase (2OGFeDO) superfamily found in various eukaryotes, bacteria and bacteriophages (PMID:19411852). Members of this family catalyze nucleic acid modifications, such as thymidine hydroxylation during base J synthesis in kinetoplastids (PMID:20215442) and the conversion of 5 methyl-cytosine (5-mC) to 5-hydroxymethyl-cytosine (hmC) (PMID:19372391) or further oxidation to 5-formylcytosine (5fC) and 5-carboxylcytosine (5caC) (PMID:21817016). Metazoan TET proteins contain a cysteine-rich region inserted into the core of the DSBH fold. Vertebrate TET proteins are oncogenes that are mutated in various myeloid cancers (PMID:21057493). Fungal and algal versions of this family are linked to a predicted transposase and show lineage-specific expansions (PMID:19411852).
Interpro abstract (IPR024779):

This entry represents the catalytic domain from nucleic-acid modifying members of the 2-oxoglutarate (2OG)-Fe(II)-dependent dioxygenase (2OGFeDO) superfamily [(PUBMED:19411852)]. These proteins catalyze nucleic acid modifications, such as thymidine hydroxylation during base J synthesis in kinetoplastids [(PUBMED:20215442)], and the conversion of 5 methyl-cytosine (5-mC) to 5-hydroxymethyl-cytosine (hmC) [(PUBMED:19372391)], or further oxidation to 5-formylcytosine (5fC) and 5-carboxylcytosine (5caC) [(PUBMED:21817016)]. Metazoan TET proteins contain a cysteine-rich region inserted into the core of the DSBH fold. Vertebrate TET proteins are oncogenes that are mutated in various myeloid cancers [(PUBMED:21057493)]. Fungal and algal versions of this family are linked to a predicted transposase and show lineage-specific expansions [(PUBMED:19411852)].

Family alignment:
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There are 1357 Tet_JBP domains in 1357 proteins in SMART's nrdb database.

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