DM13Domain present in fly proteins (CG14681, CG12492, CG6217), worm H06A10.1 and Arabidopsis thaliana MBG8.9.
|SMART accession number:||SM00686|
|Interpro abstract (IPR019545):|
The DM13 domain has been identified in animal proteins containing a DOMON domain likely to function as cytochromes involved in as yet unidentified redox reactions potentially related to protein hydroxylation or oxidative cross-linking. However, it is also found in bacteria. The DM13 domain contains a nearly absolutely conserved cysteine, which can be potentially involved in a redox reaction either as a nacked thiol group or by binding a prosthetic group like heme [(PUBMED:17878204)].
The DM13 domain is predicted to have a beta-strand-rich fold [(PUBMED:17878204)].
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