||Protein Sequence Comparative Analysis (PSCA)|
|ZP_03458806.1 PDB Fold Similairty|
PDB sequences with significant alignments
Sequence information Score E-value JCSG3298899|pdb|4QRL_A|Hypothetical protein 130 3e-31PDB sequence alignments
QUERY 23 CMNDGGSDWVGKWQLREYQYPDGKVQKVDSIFYGFQKGSFLAYCMNKSGSYEGFYGYYKL 82 JCSG3298899 2 CMN-GGGDlAGKWQLRQYQYaDGtsEKVDSVFYNFQKGSFsAiCLlKDGGlttFFGnYSL 60 QUERY 83 KDDEISITLWPDNSSGNEAAHEELVNSASYKNFFGWGDTGERTFKVEELTDKKMRLNYEG 142 JCSG3298899 61 KgaEISIiLlP-----------EsVNDkNYdTYFGWpE-GKcTFKVEDLSySSLRLEYEG 108 QUERY 143 TKYVFRKY 150 JCSG3298899 109 TKsIFRKF 116
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