Publication : The HD domain defines a new superfamily of metal-dependent phosphohydrolases.

First Author  Aravind L Year  1998
Journal  Trends Biochem Sci Volume  23
Pages  469-72 PubMed ID  9868367
Issue  12

2 Authors

6 Bio Entities

Id Name Short Name Type
IPR006674 HD domain HD_domain Domain
IPR013976 Metal-dependent hydrolase HDOD HDOD Domain
IPR014408 Signal transduction c-di-GMP phosphodiesterase, EAL/HD-GYP domain-containing dGMP_Pdiesterase_EAL/HD-GYP Family
IPR014626 Signal transduction response regulator, modified HD-GYP domain-containing, putative Sig_transdc_resp-reg_put Family
IPR014627 Uncharacterised conserved protein UCP036888, signal transduction HD-GYP-like, PA5346 type UCP036888_HDGYP-like Family
IPR012006 tRNA nucleotidyltransferase, proteobacteria CCA_bact Family

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