InterPro : IPR004010

Name  Cache domain Short Name  Cache_domain
Type  Domain Description  Cache is an extracellular domain that is predicted to have a role in small-molecule recognition in a wide range of proteins, including the animal dihydropyridine-sensitive voltage-gated Ca2+ channel alpha-2delta subunit, and various bacterial chemotaxis receptors. The name Cache comes from CAlcium channels and CHEmotaxis receptors. The Cache domain consists of an N-terminal part with three predicted strands and an alpha-helix, and a C-terminal part with a strand dyad followed by a relatively unstructured region. The N-terminal portion of the Cache domain containing the three predicted strands could form a sheet analogous to that present in the core of the PAS domain structure. Cache domains are particularly widespread in bacteria, such as Vibrio cholerae. The animal calcium channel alpha-2delta subunits might have acquired a part of their extracellular domains from a bacterial source []. The Cache domain appears to have arisen from the GAF-PAS fold, despite their divergent functions [].
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First Author Title Year Journal Volume Pages
Anantharaman V Regulatory potential, phyletic distribution and evolution of ancient, intracellular small-molecule-binding domains. 2001 J Mol Biol 307 1271-92
Anantharaman V Cache - a signaling domain common to animal Ca(2+)-channel subunits and a class of prokaryotic chemotaxis receptors. 2000 Trends Biochem Sci 25 535-7



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