Table 2

Conventional and novel motif signatures used to identify RING domains in this study

InterPro, RING-HC

C3HC4 long: C-X2-C-X9,39-C-X1,3-H-X2,3-C-X2-C-X4,48-C-X2-C and short: C-X-H-X-[LIVMFY]-C-X2-C-[LIVMYA]

InterPro, RING-HC

C3H2C3 long: C-X2-C-X9,39-C-X1,3-H-X2,3-H-X2-C-X4,48-C-X2-C and short: C-X-H-X-[LIVMFY]-H-X2-C-[LIVMYA]

Stringent 1

[CT]-X2-C-X9,39-[CT]-X1,3-H-X2,3-[CH]-X2-C-X2,46-[KRCHDESTQNGPLVIMA]-X-C-X2-[CD]

Stringent 2

[CT]-X2-C-X9,39-[CT]-X1,3-H-X1,2-[WFYLVIMAST]-[CH]-X2-C-[WFYLVIMAST]-X1,45-[KRCHDESTQNGPLVIMA]-X-C-X2-[CD]

Stringent 3

[CT]-X2-C-X9,39-[CT]-X1,3-H-X1,2-[WFYLVIMAST]-[CH]-X2-C-[WFYLVIMA]-X1,45-[KRCHDESTQNGPLVIMA]-X-C-X2-[CD]

Stringent 4

[CT]-X2-C-X9,39-[CT]-X1,3-H-X1,2-[WFYLVIMAST]-[CH]-X2-C-[WFYLVIMA]-X1,45-[KRCHDESTQNGP]-X-C-X2-[CD]


Domain signatures used to identify RING domains in the Arabidopsis proteome. The signatures used by the InterPro package as well as the novel patterns defined by us (Stringent 1-Stringent 4) on the basis of recent structural results are given. Metal ligands are in bold. For details see text.

Kosarev et al. Genome Biology 2002 3:research0016.1-research0016.12   doi:10.1186/gb-2002-3-4-research0016

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