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Lineage for Fold f.17: Transmembrane helix hairpin

  1. Root: SCOPe 2.06
  2. 2223823Class f: Membrane and cell surface proteins and peptides [56835] (59 folds)
  3. 2225606Fold f.17: Transmembrane helix hairpin [81334] (6 superfamilies)
    two antiparallel transmembrane helices

Superfamilies:

  1. 2225607f.17.1: Rotary ATPase ring subunits [81333] (1 family) (S)
    automatically mapped to Pfam PF00137
  2. 2225648f.17.2: Cytochrome c oxidase subunit II-like, transmembrane region [81464] (2 families) (S)
  3. 2225775f.17.3: Magnesium transport protein CorA, transmembrane region [144083] (1 family) (S)
    forms homopentameric channel
  4. 2225810f.17.4: Htr2 transmembrane domain-like [158212] (1 family) (S)
  5. 2225817f.17.5: PsbZ-like [161055] (1 family) (S)
    automatically mapped to Pfam PF01737
  6. 2225832f.17.6: Sec-beta or SecG subunit of protein translocation channel [267595] (2 families) (S)

More info for Fold f.17: Transmembrane helix hairpin

Timeline for Fold f.17: Transmembrane helix hairpin: