Macromolecule Annotations for the Entities in PDB 1ICT

Domain Annotation: SCOP Classification SCOP Database (version: 1.75) Homepage

Chains Domain Info Class Fold Superfamily Family Domain Species
A d1icta_ All beta proteins Prealbumin-like Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Human (Homo sapiens) [TaxId: 9606]
B d1ictb_ All beta proteins Prealbumin-like Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Human (Homo sapiens) [TaxId: 9606]
C d1ictc_ All beta proteins Prealbumin-like Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Human (Homo sapiens) [TaxId: 9606]
D d1ictd_ All beta proteins Prealbumin-like Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Human (Homo sapiens) [TaxId: 9606]
E d1icte_ All beta proteins Prealbumin-like Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Human (Homo sapiens) [TaxId: 9606]
F d1ictf_ All beta proteins Prealbumin-like Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Human (Homo sapiens) [TaxId: 9606]
G d1ictg_ All beta proteins Prealbumin-like Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Human (Homo sapiens) [TaxId: 9606]
H d1icth_ All beta proteins Prealbumin-like Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Transthyretin (synonym: prealbumin) Human (Homo sapiens) [TaxId: 9606]

Protein Family Annotation Pfam Database Homepage

Chains Pfam Accession Pfam Identifier Pfam Description Type Source
A PF00576 Transthyretin HIUase/Transthyretin family Domain This family includes transthyretin that is a thyroid hormone-binding protein that transports thyroxine from the bloodstream to the brain. However, most of the sequences listed in this family do not bind thyroid hormones. They are actually enzymes of the purine catabolism that catalyse the conversion of 5-hydroxyisourate (HIU) to OHCU [2,3]. HIU hydrolysis is the original function of the family and is conserved from bacteria to mammals; transthyretins arose by gene duplications in the vertebrate lineage [4]. HIUases are distinguished in the alignment from the conserved C-terminal YRGS sequence. PFAM PF00576