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The annotation and conditions in this rule are derived from the following entries: P42641 (OBG_ECOLI), P20964 (OBG_BACSU), B8GYI7 (OBG_CAUVN), Q6E0U3 (OBG_VIBHA), P95722 (OBG_STRCO)

If a protein meets these conditions... i

Common conditions

    • Matches HAMAP signature MF_01454
    • taxon = Bacteria
    • fragment ≠ the sequence is fragmented

Special conditions

    • Subsequence at position 173 - 173 aligns to "[ST]" in entry P42641
    • Subsequence at position 193 - 193 aligns to "[ST]" in entry P42641
    • Subsequence at position 173 - 173 aligns to "[ST]" in entry P42641
    • Subsequence at position 193 - 193 aligns to "[ST]" in entry P42641
    • Subsequence at position 213 - 216 aligns to "[DE]-[ILMV]-P-[GS]" in entry P42641 (individually applies "GTP")
    • Subsequence at position 283 - 286 aligns to "[NST]-[KQR]-x-[DE]" in entry P42641 (individually applies "GTP")
    • Subsequence at position 166 - 173 aligns to "G-[FIKLMPRVY]-[PS]-[NS]-[ACSTV]-G-[KR]-S" in entry P42641 (individually applies "GTP")
    • Subsequence at position 314 - 316 aligns to entry P42641 (individually applies "GTP")
    • Subsequence at position 191 - 195 aligns to "F-[TS]-T-[LIKMR]-[VTHIESNYKAQFDR]" in entry P42641 (individually applies "GTP")

... then these annotations are applied i

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  • Name:obg

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  • Monomer.

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  • An essential GTPase which binds GTP, GDP and possibly (p)ppGpp with moderate affinity, with high nucleotide exchange rates and a fairly low GTP hydrolysis rate. Plays a role in control of the cell cycle, stress response, ribosome biogenesis and in those bacteria that undergo differentiation, in morphogenesis control.

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  • Magnesium (to residues corresponding to position 173)
  • Magnesium (to residues corresponding to position 193)

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  • GTP (to residues corresponding to positions 213 - 216)
  • GTP (to residues corresponding to positions 283 - 286)
  • GTP (to residues corresponding to positions 166 - 173)
  • GTP (to residues corresponding to positions 314 - 316)
  • GTP (to residues corresponding to positions 191 - 195)

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