Table 2

Characteristics of families possessing a single distinct disulphide that is fully conserved across all members.

SCOP family code

SCOP family name

Number of proteins in the family

Range of sequence similarity

Solvent accessibility


a.137.2.1

Methanol dehydrogenase subunit

4

65.2–73.7

Exposed

a.152.1.2

Hypothetical protein TM1620

2

100

Exposed

a.33.1.1

Ectatomin subunits

2

47.1

Buried or partially exposed

b.1.18.4

Class II viral fusion proteins C-terminal domain

2

29.3

Buried

b.12.1.2

Colipase-binding domain

4

53.2–83.1

Exposed

b.16.1.1

Ecotin, trypsin inhibitor

2

95.4

Exposed

b.18.1.2

Discoidin domain (FA58C, coagulation factor 5/8 C-terminal domain)

3

38.2–42

Partially exposed

b.2.2.1

Cellulose-binding domain family II

3

29.5

Buried or partially exposed

b.2.3.5

F17c-type adhesin

2

91.4

Partially exposed

b.29.1.5

Pentraxin (pentaxin)

2

51.5

Buried

b.61.2.1

Metalloprotease inhibitor

2

38

Partially exposed

b.78.1.1

alpha-D-mannose-specific plant lectins

5

48.1–85.2

Buried

c.69.1.24

Dipeptidyl peptidase IV/CD26, C-terminal domain

2

92.6

Buried

d.165.1.2

Shiga toxin, A-chain

2

57.3

Partially exposed

d.233.1.1

Inhibitor of vertebrate lysozyme, Ivy

2

19.7

Partially exposed


Thangudu et al. BMC Structural Biology 2008 8:55   doi:10.1186/1472-6807-8-55

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