SCOPe Funding Alert: SCOPe support from the NIH ended in April 2016. John-Marc Chandonia is the primary maintainer and has continued to develop SCOPe using vacation time. Three proposals to the NIH for continued funding have been unsuccessful. If our current NIH proposal is not funded, SCOPe will shut down permanently in Summer 2017 as Dr. Chandonia will need to seek a new position.

Lineage for Class f: Membrane and cell surface proteins and peptides

  1. Root: SCOP 1.55
  2. 38777Class f: Membrane and cell surface proteins and peptides [56835] (11 folds)

Folds:

  1. 38778f.1: Toxins' membrane translocation domains [56836] (5 superfamilies)
  2. 38834f.2: Membrane all-alpha [56868] (1 superfamily)
  3. 39208f.3: Light-harvesting complex subunits [56917] (1 superfamily)
  4. 39230f.4: Transmembrane beta-barrels [56924] (3 superfamilies)
  5. 39326f.5: Integral outer membrane protein TolC, efflux pump component [56953] (1 superfamily)
  6. 39334f.6: Leukocidin (pore-forming toxin) [56958] (1 superfamily)
  7. f.7: Lipovitellin-phosvitin complex [56967] (1 superfamily)
  8. 39360f.8: (Pro)aerolysin, pore-forming lobe [56972] (1 superfamily)
  9. 39367f.9: Perfringolysin [56977] (1 superfamily)
  10. 39373f.10: Envelope glycoprotein, central and dimerisation domains [56982] (1 superfamily)
  11. 39379f.11: Anthrax protective antigen [56987] (1 superfamily)

More info for Class f: Membrane and cell surface proteins and peptides

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