Family GP016277


Family ID GP016277  add to my list RDF
Family name Large subunit ribosomal protein L23e subfamily   suggest a name
Cross-reference(s) PMID:
The organization of cytoplasmic ribosomal protein genes in the Arabidopsis genome.
11598216
Curation status ?
Found in No specificity
Phylogenetic analyzes Not available




Clustering level Family ID (number of sequences)
1
Ribosomal l14b/l23e family (plant-specificity: 30%)
GP000902 (526)
2
Large subunit ribosomal protein L23e subfamily
GP016277 (300)
3 GP041259 (299) ,
(plant-specificity: 98%)
GP047407 (284)
4 GP070655 (280) ,
(plant-specificity: 100%)
GP076613 (28) ,
(plant-specificity: 33%)
GP133541 (17)
Table 1: This table displays which relationship has the selected family with other families in GreenPhyl clustering ?.




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Sequence total: 300
Species Count (w/o splice) Count (w/ splice)
1 1
1 1
18 18
7 8
1 1
12 12
1 1
7 7
7 7
110 110
3 3
3 5
3 3
3 3
3 3
5 12
3 3
3 3
6 6
5 5
2 2
3 4
2 2
3 3
6 12
2 2
9 17
3 3
5 5
5 5
6 6
4 4
6 7
2 2
2 2
8 9
3 3


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Close InterPro family
IPR Annotation Type % Occurence Specificity
Ribosomal protein L14b/L23e
IPR000218
Ribosomal protein L14b/L23e Family 84 (253) No

Close Other InterPro signatures
IPR Annotation Type % Occurence Specificity
Ribosomal protein L14 domain
IPR023571
Ribosomal protein L14 domain Domain 91 (273) No

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Close Representative InterPro domains - Consensus schema
IPR023571 IPR000218


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