Macromolecule Annotations for the Entities in PDB 1H9S

Protein Family Annotation Pfam Database Homepage

Chains Pfam Accession Pfam Identifier Pfam Description Type Source
B PF03459 TOBE TOBE domain Domain The TOBE domain [1] (Transport-associated OB) always occurs as a dimer as the C-terminal strand of each domain is supplied by the partner. Probably involved in the recognition of small ligands such as molybdenum (eg Swiss:P46930) and sulfate (Swiss:P16676). Found in ABC transporters immediately after the ATPase domain. PFAM PF03459
A PF03459 TOBE TOBE domain Domain The TOBE domain [1] (Transport-associated OB) always occurs as a dimer as the C-terminal strand of each domain is supplied by the partner. Probably involved in the recognition of small ligands such as molybdenum (eg Swiss:P46930) and sulfate (Swiss:P16676). Found in ABC transporters immediately after the ATPase domain. PFAM PF03459
B PF03459 TOBE TOBE domain Domain The TOBE domain [1] (Transport-associated OB) always occurs as a dimer as the C-terminal strand of each domain is supplied by the partner. Probably involved in the recognition of small ligands such as molybdenum (eg Swiss:P46930) and sulfate (Swiss:P16676). Found in ABC transporters immediately after the ATPase domain. PFAM PF03459
A PF03459 TOBE TOBE domain Domain The TOBE domain [1] (Transport-associated OB) always occurs as a dimer as the C-terminal strand of each domain is supplied by the partner. Probably involved in the recognition of small ligands such as molybdenum (eg Swiss:P46930) and sulfate (Swiss:P16676). Found in ABC transporters immediately after the ATPase domain. PFAM PF03459

Gene Product Annotation Gene Ontology Consortium Homepage

Chains Polymer Molecular Function Biological Process Cellular Component
A MOLYBDENUM TRANSPORT PROTEIN MODE (1H9S:A)
  • none
B MOLYBDENUM TRANSPORT PROTEIN MODE (1H9S:B)
  • none

Protein Modification Annotation

Type PDB Residue Nr. Description