Domains within the query sequence of 314 residues

BubblogramUnknown region: 1 to 9low complexity region: 10 to 24Unknown region: 25 to 53low complexity region: 54 to 68low complexity region: 69 to 84HOX: 89 to 151Unknown region: 152 to 203low complexity region: 204 to 231Unknown: 232 to 314
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Transmembrane segments as predicted by the TMHMM2 program ( TRANS ), coiled coil regions determined by the Coils2 program ( COIL ), segments of low compositional complexity determined by the SEG program ( SEG ). Intron positions are indicated with vertical lines showing the intron phase and exact position in AA.

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Domain architecture analysis
This domain architecture was probably invented with the emergence of cellular organisms.
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The SMART diagram above represents a summary of the results shown below. Domains with scores less significant than established cutoffs are not shown in the diagram. Features are also not shown when two or more occupy the same piece of sequence; the priority for display is given by SMART > PFAM > PROSPERO repeats > Signal peptide > Transmembrane > Coiled coil > Unstructured regions > Low complexity. In either case, features not shown in the above diagram are marked as 'overlap' in the second table below.

Confidently predicted domains, repeats, motifs and features:

low complexity1024-
low complexity5468-
low complexity6984-
low complexity204231-

These features and domains are not shown in the diagram, either because their scores are less significant than the required threshold, or because they overlap with some other source of annotation:


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