Domain Annotation: SCOP/SCOPe Classification SCOP Database Homepage

ChainsDomain InfoClassFoldSuperfamilyFamilyDomainSpeciesProvenance Source (Version)
Ad1czba_ Alpha and beta proteins (a/b) Ribonuclease H-like motif Ribonuclease H-like Retroviral integrase, catalytic domain Retroviral integrase, catalytic domain (Avian sarcoma virus ) [TaxId: 11876 ], SCOPe (2.08)

Domain Annotation: SCOP2 Classification SCOP2 Database Homepage

ChainsTypeFamily Name Domain Identifier Family IdentifierProvenance Source (Version)
ASCOP2B SuperfamilyRibonuclease H-like8044524 3000143 SCOP2B (2022-02-25)

Domain Annotation: ECOD Classification ECOD Database Homepage

ChainsFamily NameDomain Identifier ArchitecturePossible HomologyHomologyTopologyFamilyProvenance Source (Version)
Arvee1czbA1 A: mixed a+b and a/bX: Ribonuclease H-likeH: Ribonuclease H-like (From Topology)T: Ribonuclease H-likeF: rveECOD (1.6)

Domain Annotation: CATH CATH Database Homepage

ChainDomainClassArchitectureTopologyHomologyProvenance Source (Version)
A3.30.420.10 Alpha Beta 2-Layer Sandwich Nucleotidyltransferase domain 5CATH (4.2.0)

Protein Family Annotation Pfam Database Homepage

ChainsAccessionIdentifierDescriptionCommentsSource
A PF00665Integrase core domain (rve)Integrase core domainIntegrase mediates integration of a DNA copy of the viral genome into the host chromosome. Integrase is composed of three domains. The amino-terminal domain is a zinc binding domain Pfam:PF02022. This domain is the central catalytic domain. The ca ...Integrase mediates integration of a DNA copy of the viral genome into the host chromosome. Integrase is composed of three domains. The amino-terminal domain is a zinc binding domain Pfam:PF02022. This domain is the central catalytic domain. The carboxyl terminal domain that is a non-specific DNA binding domain Pfam:PF00552. The catalytic domain acts as an endonuclease when two nucleotides are removed from the 3' ends of the blunt-ended viral DNA made by reverse transcription. This domain also catalyses the DNA strand transfer reaction of the 3' ends of the viral DNA to the 5' ends of the integration site [1].
DomainDomain

Gene Product Annotation Gene Product Annotation

ChainsPolymerMolecular FunctionBiological ProcessCellular Component
A AVIAN SARCOMA VIRUS INTEGRASE