7 results for name:Repeat in Keywords
› Repeat search in UniProtKB (186,171)
Protein containing at least one ANK repeat, a conserved domain of approximately 33 amino acids, that was originally identified in ankyrin. It has been described as an L-shaped structure consisting of a beta-hairpin and two alpha-helices. Many ankyrin repeat regions are known to function as protein-protein interaction domains.
Category: Domain · UniProtKB (49,089)
Protein containing at least one Kelch repeat.
Category: Domain · UniProtKB (9,217)
Protein containing at least one leucine-rich repeat (LRR).
Category: Domain · UniProtKB (31,556)
Protein which contains a stretch of amino acids present in multiple copies.
Category: Domain · UniProtKB (510,038)
Protein with at least one TPR repeat. The TPR repeat of typically 34 amino acids was first described in the yeast cell division control protein 23 (CDC23) and later found to occur in a large number of proteins. A function for this repeat seems to be protein-protein interaction.
Category: Domain · UniProtKB (23,895)
|Triplet repeat expansion|
Protein encoded by a gene which has a triplet repeat expansion, i.e. the increase of triplet (trinucleotide) repeats within the gene sequence. The length of such repeats is frequently polymorphic, and there is often a correlation between repeat length and disease severity.
Category: Coding sequence diversity · UniProtKB (29)
Protein which contains at least one WD repeat, a conserved domain of about 40 amino acids in length. Most copies contain a central conserved Trp-Asp motif.
Category: Domain · UniProtKB (74,817)