Carbohydrate-Binding Module Family 1

Activities in FamilyModules of approx. 40 residues found almost exclusively in fungi. The cellulose-binding function has been demonstrated in many cases, and appears to be mediated by three aromatic residues separated by about 10.4 angstrom and which form a flat surface. The only non-fungal occurence of CBM1 is in an algal non-hydrolytic polysaccharide-binding protein which is composed of four repeated CBM1 modules. Binding to chitin has been demonstrated in one case.
NotePreviously known as cellulose-binding domain family I (CBD I).
External resourcesPROSITE; SMART;
Statistics GenBank accession (1213); Uniprot accession (331); PDB accession (20); 3D entries (5); cryst (1)
All (1046) Bacteria (1) Eukaryota (1039) Viruses (1) unclassified (5) Structure (5 - 1 cryst) Characterized (217)
unclassified
Protein Name EC#OrganismGenBank UniprotPDB/3D
 Sequence 8 from patent US 7452707.   unidentified ACK24686.1    
 Sequence 11 from patent US 7452707.   unidentified ACK24688.1    
 Sequence 14 from patent US 7452707.   unidentified ACK24690.1    
 Sequence 16 from patent US 7452707.   unidentified ACK24692.1    
 Sequence 4 from patent US 6620605   unidentified AAR60509.1    
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