|SMART accession number:||SM00989
||The V4R (vinyl 4 reductase) domain is a predicted small molecular binding domain, that may bind to hydrocarbons.|
|Interpro abstract (IPR004096):
||Central cellular functions such as metabolism, solute transport and signal transduction are regulated, in part, via binding of small molecules by specialised domains. The 4-vinyl reductase (4VR) domain is a predicted small molecular binding domain, that may bind to hydrocarbons [(PUBMED:11292341)]. Proteins that contain this domain include a regulator of the phenol catabolic pathway and a protein involved in chlorophyll biosynthesis.
There are 437
V4R domains in 432 proteins in SMART's nrdb database.
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