Domain Annotation: ECOD Classification ECOD Database Homepage

ChainsFamily NameDomain Identifier ArchitecturePossible HomologyHomologyTopologyFamilyProvenance Source (Version)
CJmjCe6h4pC1 A: beta sandwichesX: jelly-rollH: Double-stranded beta-helix (From Topology)T: Double-stranded beta-helixF: JmjCECOD (1.6)
DJmjCe6h4pD1 A: beta sandwichesX: jelly-rollH: Double-stranded beta-helix (From Topology)T: Double-stranded beta-helixF: JmjCECOD (1.6)
AJmjCe6h4pA1 A: beta sandwichesX: jelly-rollH: Double-stranded beta-helix (From Topology)T: Double-stranded beta-helixF: JmjCECOD (1.6)
BJmjCe6h4pB1 A: beta sandwichesX: jelly-rollH: Double-stranded beta-helix (From Topology)T: Double-stranded beta-helixF: JmjCECOD (1.6)

Domain Annotation: CATH CATH Database Homepage

ChainDomainClassArchitectureTopologyHomologyProvenance Source (Version)
C2.60.120.650 Mainly Beta Sandwich Jelly Rolls CupinCATH (utative)
D2.60.120.650 Mainly Beta Sandwich Jelly Rolls CupinCATH (utative)
A2.60.120.650 Mainly Beta Sandwich Jelly Rolls CupinCATH (utative)
B2.60.120.650 Mainly Beta Sandwich Jelly Rolls CupinCATH (utative)

Protein Family Annotation Pfam Database Homepage

ChainsAccessionIdentifierDescriptionCommentsSource
A, B, C, D PF02373JmjC domain, hydroxylase (JmjC)JmjC domain, hydroxylaseThe JmjC domain belongs to the Cupin superfamily [3]. JmjC-domain proteins may be protein hydroxylases that catalyse a novel histone modification [4]. This is confirmed to be a hydroxylase: the human JmjC protein named Tyw5p unexpectedly acts in the ...The JmjC domain belongs to the Cupin superfamily [3]. JmjC-domain proteins may be protein hydroxylases that catalyse a novel histone modification [4]. This is confirmed to be a hydroxylase: the human JmjC protein named Tyw5p unexpectedly acts in the biosynthesis of a hypermodified nucleoside, hydroxy-wybutosine, in tRNA-Phe by catalysing hydroxylation [5].
DomainDomain
A, B, C, D PF02375jmjN domain (JmjN)jmjN domain- FamilyFamily

Gene Product Annotation Gene Product Annotation

ChainsPolymerMolecular FunctionBiological ProcessCellular Component
A, B, C, D Lysine-specific demethylase 4A