The domain within your query sequence starts at position 303 and ends at position 342; the E-value for the Pentapeptide domain shown below is 3.2e-13.



PFAM accession number:PF00805
Interpro abstract (IPR001646):

These repeats were first identified in many cyanobacterial proteins but they are also found in bacterial as well as in plant proteins [ (PUBMED:9654141) ]. The repeats were first identified in hglK [ (PUBMED:7592418) ]. Pentapeptide repeat proteins (PRPs) are characterised by the repetition of the pentapeptide repeat motif [S,T,A,V][D,N][L,F][S,T,R][G], which allows it to adopt a right-handed beta-helical structure conformation [ (PUBMED:9655353) ]. The functions of these repeats is unknown but it has been shown that members of this family share the ability to interact with DNA-binding proteins, such as DNA gyrase. For example, McbG (from Escherichia coli) protects the DNA gyrase from microcin B17 toxicity, MfpAMt (from Mycobacterium tuberculosis) and Qnr (from Klebsiella pneumoniae and other enterobacteria) are involved in resistance to fluoroquinolones [ (PUBMED:19060136) ].

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