Cdc6_C

CDC6, C terminal
Cdc6_C
SMART accession number:SM01074
Description: The C terminal domain of CDC6 assumes a winged helix fold, with a five alpha-helical bundle (alpha15-alpha19) structure, backed on one side by three beta strands (beta6-beta8). It has been shown that this domain acts as a DNA-localisation factor, however its exact function is, as yet, unknown. Putative functions include: (1) mediation of protein-protein interactions and (2) regulation of nucleotide binding and hydrolysis. Mutagenesis studies have shown that this domain is essential for appropriate Cdc6 activity (PUBMED:11030343).
Interpro abstract (IPR015163):

The C-terminal domain of cell division control protein 6 (CDC6) assumes a winged helix fold, with a five alpha-helical bundle (alpha15-alpha19) structure, backed on one side by three beta strands (beta6-beta8). It has been shown that this domain acts as a DNA-localisation factor, however its exact function is, as yet, unknown. Putative functions include: (1) mediation of protein-protein interactions and (2) regulation of nucleotide binding and hydrolysis. Mutagenesis studies have shown that this domain is essential for appropriate CDC6 activity [(PUBMED:11030343)].

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There are 1377 Cdc6_C domains in 1377 proteins in SMART's nrdb database.

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