MRPL37/YBR268W Domains/Motifs and Signal Peptides Help

This page contains a summary of information for Saccharomyces cerevisiae proteins which share domains/motifs in common with the target protein, listed above. Coordinate information for proteins with predicted transmembrane domains and signal peptides is also listed.

To directly search external databases for Mrpl37p domain/motif information see the external links section.


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Shared domains/motifs


This table lists proteins that share domains/motifs in common with those found in Mrpl37p , and a list of domains/motifs that are not shared. Domains/Motifs were determined by comparing the Saccharomyces cerevisiae protein sequence against the sequences in the Interpro database, using the Interpro scan (iprscan) program. The Interpro database integrates motif and domain information from PROSITE, PRINTS, Pfam, ProDom, SMART, TIGRFAMs, PIR SUPERFAMILY, Gene3D, and PANTHER databases.

To directly search external databases for Mrpl37p domain/motif information see the external links section.

Last updated on 2013-12-16

There are no shared domains/motifs predicted for Mrpl37p .

Unique domains/motifs


This table lists domains/motifs that are unique to Mrpl37p . Domains/Motifs were determined by comparing the Saccharomyces cerevisiae protein sequence against the sequences in the Interpro database, using the Interpro scan (iprscan) program. The Interpro database integrates motif and domain information from PROSITE, PRINTS, Pfam, ProDom, SMART, TIGRFAMs, PIR SUPERFAMILY, Gene3D, and PANTHER databases.

To directly search external databases for Mrpl37p domain/motif information see the external links section.

Last updated on 2013-12-16

Domain/motifs that are unique to Mrpl37p
Database source Accession number Description
Pfam PF08561 Ribosomal_L37

Transmembrane Domains


This table lists coordinates for transmembrane domain(s), as predicted by version 2.0 using TMHMM, an application available at The Center for Biological Sequence Analysis at the Technical University of Denmark DTU.

There are no transmembrane domains predicted for Mrpl37p .

Signal Peptide(s)


This table lists coordinates for signal peptide(s), as predicted using version 3.0 of SignalP, an application available at The Center for Biological Sequence Analysis at the Technical University of Denmark DTU. Cleavage typically occurs on the carboxy side of the predicted site.

There are no signal peptide(s) predicted for Mrpl37p .


The following external links can be used to directly search external databases for domain/motif information for Mrpl37p .