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DnaJ/Hsp40 cysteine-rich domain superfamily

SCOP classification
Root:   SCOP hierarchy in SUPERFAMILY [ 0] (11)
Class:   Small proteins [ 56992] (90)
Fold:   DnaJ/Hsp40 cysteine-rich domain [ 57937]
Superfamily:   DnaJ/Hsp40 cysteine-rich domain [ 57938]
Families:   DnaJ/Hsp40 cysteine-rich domain [ 57939] (2)


Superfamily statistics
Genomes (3,166) Uniprot 2018_03 genome PDB chains (SCOP 1.75)
Domains 7,403 39,359 2
Proteins 7,385 39,267 2


Functional annotation
General category Information
Detailed category Transcription

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Function annotation of SCOP domain superfamilies

Worm Phenotype (WP)

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WP termFDR (all)SDWP levelAnnotation (direct or inherited)
Worm Phenotype (WP)organism behavior variant0Least InformativeDirect
Worm Phenotype (WP)larval development variant0Least InformativeDirect
Worm Phenotype (WP)larval growth variant0Least InformativeDirect
Worm Phenotype (WP)movement variant0Moderately InformativeDirect

Document: WP annotation of SCOP domains

Yeast Phenotype (YP)

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YP termFDR (all)SDYP levelAnnotation (direct or inherited)
Yeast Phenotype (YP)resistance to chemicals0Least InformativeDirect
Yeast Phenotype (YP)metabolism and growth0Least InformativeDirect

Document: YP annotation of SCOP domains

Xenopus Anatomy (XA)

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XA termFDR (all)SDXA levelAnnotation (direct or inherited)
Xenopus ANatomical entity (XAN)embryo0Least InformativeDirect
Xenopus ANatomical entity (XAN)genital system0Least InformativeDirect
Xenopus ANatomical entity (XAN)nervous system0Least InformativeDirect
Xenopus ANatomical entity (XAN)head0Least InformativeDirect
Xenopus ANatomical entity (XAN)trunk0Least InformativeDirect
Xenopus ANatomical entity (XAN)tissue0Least InformativeDirect
Xenopus ANatomical entity (XAN)cavitated compound organ0Least InformativeDirect
Xenopus ANatomical entity (XAN)brain0Moderately InformativeDirect
Xenopus ANatomical entity (XAN)testis0Moderately InformativeDirect
Xenopus ANatomical entity (XAN)musculoskeletal system0Moderately InformativeDirect
Xenopus ANatomical entity (XAN)endomesoderm0InformativeDirect
Xenopus ANatomical entity (XAN)solid compound organ0InformativeDirect
Xenopus DEvelopment stage (XDE)unspecified stage0Moderately InformativeDirect

Document: XA annotation of SCOP domains

Arabidopsis Plant Ontology (AP)

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AP termFDR (all)SDAP levelAnnotation (direct or inherited)
Plant ANatomical entity (PAN)guard cell0Least InformativeDirect
Plant structure DEvelopment stage (PDE)E expanded cotyledon stage0Least InformativeDirect
Plant structure DEvelopment stage (PDE)F mature embryo stage0Least InformativeDirect
Plant structure DEvelopment stage (PDE)D bilateral stage0Least InformativeDirect

Document: AP annotation of SCOP domains

Enzyme Commission (EC)

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EC termFDR (all)SDEC levelAnnotation (direct or inherited)
Enzyme Commission (EC)Isomerases0Moderately InformativeDirect

Document: EC annotation of SCOP domains

InterPro annotation
Cross references IPR001305 SSF57938 Protein matches
Abstract

Molecular chaperones are a diverse family of proteins that function to protect proteins in the intracellular milieu from irreversible aggregation during synthesis and in times of cellular stress. The bacterial molecular chaperone DnaK is an enzyme that couples cycles of ATP binding, hydrolysis, and ADP release by an N-terminal ATP-hydrolyzing domain to cycles of sequestration and release of unfolded proteins by a C-terminal substrate binding domain. Dimeric GrpE is the co-chaperone for DnaK, and acts as a nucleotide exchange factor, stimulating the rate of ADP release 5000-fold [PubMed8016869]. DnaK is itself a weak ATPase; ATP hydrolysis by DnaK is stimulated by its interaction with another co-chaperone, DnaJ. Thus the co-chaperones DnaJ and GrpE are capable of tightly regulating the nucleotide-bound and substrate-bound state of DnaK in ways that are necessary for the normal housekeeping functions and stress-related functions of the DnaK molecular chaperone cycle.

Besides stimulating the ATPase activity of DnaK through its J-domain, DnaJ also associates with unfolded polypeptide chains and prevents their aggregation [PubMed15063739]. Thus, DnaK and DnaJ may bind to one and the same polypeptide chain to form a ternary complex. The formation of a ternary complex may result in cis-interaction of the J-domain of DnaJ with the ATPase domain of DnaK. An unfolded polypeptide may enter the chaperone cycle by associating first either with ATP-liganded DnaK or with DnaJ. DnaK interacts with both the backbone and side chains of a peptide substrate; it thus shows binding polarity and admits only L-peptide segments. In contrast, DnaJ has been shown to bind both L- and D-peptides and is assumed to interact only with the side chains of the substrate.


InterPro database


PDBeMotif information about ligands, sequence and structure motifs
Cross references PDB entries
Ligand binding statistics
Nucleic-acid binding statistics
Occurrence of secondary structure elements
Occurrence of small 3D structural motifs

PDBeMotif resource

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Internal database links

Browse genome assignments for this superfamily. The SUPERFAMILY hidden Markov model library has been used to carry out SCOP domain assignments to all genomes at the superfamily level.


Alignments of sequences to 2 models in this superfamily are available by clicking on the 'Alignments' icon above. PDB sequences less than 40% identical are shown by default, but any other sequence(s) may be aligned. Select PDB sequences, genome sequences, or paste in or upload your own sequences.


Browse and view proteins in genomes which have different domain combinations including a DnaJ/Hsp40 cysteine-rich domain domain.


Examine the distribution of domain superfamilies, or families, across the major taxonomic kingdoms or genomes within a kingdom. This gives an immediate impression of how superfamilies, or families, are restricted to certain kingdoms of life.


Explore domain occurrence network where nodes represent genomes and edges are domain architectures (shared between genomes) containing the superfamily of interest.

There are 2 hidden Markov models representing the DnaJ/Hsp40 cysteine-rich domain superfamily. Information on how the models are built, and plots showing hydrophobicity, match emmission probabilities and insertion/deletion probabilities can be inspected.


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