Domain Annotation: ECOD Classification ECOD Database Homepage

ChainsFamily NameDomain Identifier ArchitecturePossible HomologyHomologyTopologyFamilyProvenance Source (Version)
APF12774e8dyuA12 A: alpha arraysX: Histone-likeH: Histone-relatedT: AAA+ ATPase lid domainF: PF12774ECOD (1.6)
APF12777e8dyuA13 A: alpha arraysX: Histone-likeH: Histone-relatedT: AAA+ ATPase lid domainF: PF12777ECOD (1.6)
APF12780e8dyuA14 A: alpha arraysX: Histone-likeH: Histone-relatedT: AAA+ ATPase lid domainF: PF12780ECOD (1.6)
APF12781e8dyuA1 A: alpha arraysX: Histone-likeH: Histone-relatedT: AAA+ ATPase lid domainF: PF12781ECOD (1.6)
APF17852e8dyuA8 A: alpha arraysX: Histone-likeH: Histone-relatedT: AAA+ ATPase lid domainF: PF17852ECOD (1.6)
APF18198e8dyuA7 A: alpha arraysX: Histone-likeH: Histone-relatedT: AAA+ ATPase lid domainF: PF18198ECOD (1.6)
APF22597e8dyuA9 A: alpha arraysX: Histone-likeH: Histone-relatedT: AAA+ ATPase lid domainF: PF22597ECOD (1.6)
APF08393e8dyuA15 A: alpha superhelicesX: Linker domain of cytoplasmic dynein heavy chain (From Topology)H: Linker domain of cytoplasmic dynein heavy chain (From Topology)T: Linker domain of cytoplasmic dynein heavy chainF: PF08393ECOD (1.6)
APF18199e8dyuA2 A: a+b complex topologyX: C-terminal domain of cytoplasmic dynein heavy chain (From Topology)H: C-terminal domain of cytoplasmic dynein heavy chain (From Topology)T: C-terminal domain of cytoplasmic dynein heavy chainF: PF18199ECOD (1.6)
APF03028e8dyuA10 A: a/b three-layered sandwichesX: P-loop domains-likeH: P-loop domains-relatedT: P-loop containing nucleoside triphosphate hydrolasesF: PF03028ECOD (1.6)
APF07728e8dyuA5 A: a/b three-layered sandwichesX: P-loop domains-likeH: P-loop domains-relatedT: P-loop containing nucleoside triphosphate hydrolasesF: PF07728ECOD (1.6)
APF12774e8dyuA6 A: a/b three-layered sandwichesX: P-loop domains-likeH: P-loop domains-relatedT: P-loop containing nucleoside triphosphate hydrolasesF: PF12774ECOD (1.6)
APF12775e8dyuA4 A: a/b three-layered sandwichesX: P-loop domains-likeH: P-loop domains-relatedT: P-loop containing nucleoside triphosphate hydrolasesF: PF12775ECOD (1.6)
APF12780e8dyuA3 A: a/b three-layered sandwichesX: P-loop domains-likeH: P-loop domains-relatedT: P-loop containing nucleoside triphosphate hydrolasesF: PF12780ECOD (1.6)
APF12781e8dyuA11 A: a/b three-layered sandwichesX: P-loop domains-likeH: P-loop domains-relatedT: P-loop containing nucleoside triphosphate hydrolasesF: PF12781ECOD (1.6)
BPF00400e8dyuB1 A: beta duplicates or obligate multimersX: beta-propeller-likeH: beta-propellerT: 7-bladedF: PF00400ECOD (1.6)
CPF00400e8dyuC1 A: beta duplicates or obligate multimersX: beta-propeller-likeH: beta-propellerT: 7-bladedF: PF00400ECOD (1.6)

Protein Family Annotation Pfam Database Homepage

ChainsAccessionNameDescriptionCommentsSource
PF22597Dynein heavy chain, ATPase lid domain (DYN_lid)Dynein heavy chain, ATPase lid domainDyneins are microtubule-based AAA(+) motor complexes that power ciliary beating, cell division, cell migration and intracellular transport and comprise cytoplasmic and axonemal isoforms. They consist of a motor domain that contains a ring-shaped head ...Dyneins are microtubule-based AAA(+) motor complexes that power ciliary beating, cell division, cell migration and intracellular transport and comprise cytoplasmic and axonemal isoforms. They consist of a motor domain that contains a ring-shaped head with six AAA-domains, a coiled-coil stalk with a microtubule binding domain (MTBD) and a linker [1-5] This entry represents the lid domain found at the C-terminal of the third AAA+ ATPase domain in dyneins [1-5].
Domain
PF18198Dynein heavy chain AAA lid domain (AAA_lid_11)Dynein heavy chain AAA lid domainThis family represents the AAA lid domain found neat the C-terminal region of dynein heavy chain.Domain
PF12775P-loop containing dynein motor region (AAA_7)P-loop containing dynein motor regionThis domain is found in human cytoplasmic dynein-2 proteins. Cytoplasmic dynein-2 (dynein-2) performs intraflagellar transport and is associated with human skeletal ciliophathies. Dyneins share a conserved motor domain that couples cycles of ATP hydr ...This domain is found in human cytoplasmic dynein-2 proteins. Cytoplasmic dynein-2 (dynein-2) performs intraflagellar transport and is associated with human skeletal ciliophathies. Dyneins share a conserved motor domain that couples cycles of ATP hydrolysis with conformational changes to produce movement. Structural analysis reveal that the motor's ring consists of six AAA+ domains (ATPases associated with various cellular activities (AAA1-AAA6). This is the third nucleotide binding sites in the dynein motor. However, AAA3 has lost the catalytic residues necessary for ATP hydrolysis (the Walker B glutamate, the arginine finger, sensor-I and sensor-II motifs) [1].
Domain
PF12774Hydrolytic ATP binding site of dynein motor region (AAA_6)Hydrolytic ATP binding site of dynein motor regionThis domain is found in human cytoplasmic dynein-2 proteins. Cytoplasmic dynein-2 (dynein-2) performs intraflagellar transport and is associated with human skeletal ciliopathies. Dyneins share a conserved motor domain that couples cycles of ATP hydro ...This domain is found in human cytoplasmic dynein-2 proteins. Cytoplasmic dynein-2 (dynein-2) performs intraflagellar transport and is associated with human skeletal ciliopathies. Dyneins share a conserved motor domain that couples cycles of ATP hydrolysis with conformational changes to produce movement. Structural analysis reveal that the motor's ring consists of six AAA+ domains (ATPases associated with various cellular activities: AAA1-AAA6) [1]. This is the first site (out of four nucleotide binding sites in the dynein motor) where the movement depends on ATP hydrolysis [2]. When this site is nucleotide free or bound to ADP, the microtubule binding domain (MTBD) binds to the microtubule and the linker adopts the straight post-power-stroke conformation. Upon ATP binding and hydrolysis, the MTBD detaches from the microtubule and the linker is primed into the pre-power-stroke conformation. Dynein's AAA+ domains are each divided into an alpha/beta large subdomain designated with an L and and alpha small subdomains designated with an S. This is the AAA1 large (AAA1L) subdomain with the accompanying small subdomain (AAA1S). AAA1L, AAA1S and AAA2L enclose ADP.vanadate (ADP.Vi, ATP-hydrolysis transition state analogue). The AAA1L sensor-I loop, which varies in position depending on dynein's nucleotide state, swings in to contact AAA2L forming the important AAA1 nucleotide-binding site [1].
Domain
PF12781ATP-binding dynein motor region (AAA_9)ATP-binding dynein motor regionThis domain is found in human cytoplasmic dynein-2 proteins. Cytoplasmic dynein-2 (dynein-2) performs intraflagellar transport and is associated with human skeletal ciliopathies. Dyneins share a conserved motor domain that couples cycles of ATP hydro ...This domain is found in human cytoplasmic dynein-2 proteins. Cytoplasmic dynein-2 (dynein-2) performs intraflagellar transport and is associated with human skeletal ciliopathies. Dyneins share a conserved motor domain that couples cycles of ATP hydrolysis with conformational changes to produce movement. Structural analysis reveal that the motor's ring consists of six AAA+ domains (ATPases associated with various cellular activities (AAA1-AAA6). This is the fifth AAA+ domain subdomain AAA5S. Structural analysis reveal that it is the coiled-coil buttress interface. The relative movement of AAA5S together with the stalk (AAA4S), is coupled to rearrangements in the AAA+ ring. Closure of the AAA1 site and the rigid body movement of AAA2-AAA4 force the AAA4/AAA5 interface to close and the AAA6L subdomain to rotate towards the ring centre. The AAA5S subdomain rotates as a unit together with AAA6L, and this movement pulls the buttress relative to the stalk [1].
Domain
PF18199Dynein heavy chain C-terminal domain (Dynein_C)Dynein heavy chain C-terminal domainThis family represents the C-terminal domain of dynein heavy chain. This domain is a complex structure comprising six alpha-helices and an incomplete six-stranded antiparallel beta-barrel. The shape of this domain is distinctively flat, spreading ove ...This family represents the C-terminal domain of dynein heavy chain. This domain is a complex structure comprising six alpha-helices and an incomplete six-stranded antiparallel beta-barrel. The shape of this domain is distinctively flat, spreading over the AAA1, AAA5 and AAA6 domain [3].
Domain
PF12780P-loop containing dynein motor region D4 (AAA_8)P-loop containing dynein motor region D4The 380 kDa motor unit of dynein belongs to the AAA class of chaperone-like ATPases. The core of the 380 kDa motor unit contains a concatenated chain of six AAA modules, of which four correspond to the ATP binding sites with P-loop signatures describ ...The 380 kDa motor unit of dynein belongs to the AAA class of chaperone-like ATPases. The core of the 380 kDa motor unit contains a concatenated chain of six AAA modules, of which four correspond to the ATP binding sites with P-loop signatures described previously, and two are modules in which the P loop has been lost in evolution. This particular family is the D4 ATP-binding region of the motor [1].
Domain
PF17852Dynein heavy chain AAA lid domain (Dynein_AAA_lid)Dynein heavy chain AAA lid domainThis entry corresponds to the extension domain of AAA domain 5 in the dynein heavy chain [1]. This domain is composed of 8 alpha helices [1].Domain
PF03028Dynein heavy chain region D6 P-loop domain (Dynein_heavy)Dynein heavy chain region D6 P-loop domainThis family represents the C-terminal region of dynein heavy chain. The chain also contains ATPase activity and microtubule binding ability and acts as a motor for the movement of organelles and vesicles along microtubules. Dynein is also involved i ...This family represents the C-terminal region of dynein heavy chain. The chain also contains ATPase activity and microtubule binding ability and acts as a motor for the movement of organelles and vesicles along microtubules. Dynein is also involved in cilia and flagella movement. The dynein subunit consists of at least two heavy chains and a number of intermediate and light chains [1]. The 380 kDa motor unit of dynein belongs to the AAA class of chaperone-like ATPases. The core of the 380 kDa motor unit contains a concatenated chain of six AAA modules, of which four correspond to the ATP binding sites with P-loop signatures described previously, and two are modules in which the P loop has been lost in evolution. This C-terminal domain carries the D6 region of the dynein motor where the P-loop has been lost in evolution but the general structure of a potential ATP binding site appears to be retained [2].
Domain
PF12777Microtubule-binding stalk of dynein motor (MT)Microtubule-binding stalk of dynein motorthe 380 kDa motor unit of dynein belongs to the AAA class of chaperone-like ATPases. The core of the 380 kDa motor unit contains a concatenated chain of six AAA modules, of which four correspond to the ATP binding sites with P-loop signatures describ ...the 380 kDa motor unit of dynein belongs to the AAA class of chaperone-like ATPases. The core of the 380 kDa motor unit contains a concatenated chain of six AAA modules, of which four correspond to the ATP binding sites with P-loop signatures described previously, and two are modules in which the P loop has been lost in evolution. This family is the region between D4 and D5 and is the two predicted alpha-helical coiled coil segments that form the stalk supporting the ATP-sensitive microtubule binding component [1].
Domain
B, C
PF00400WD domain, G-beta repeat (WD40)WD domain, G-beta repeat- Repeat

Gene Ontology: Gene Product Annotation Gene Ontology Database Homepage

ChainsPolymerMolecular FunctionBiological ProcessCellular Component
Cytoplasmic dynein 1 heavy chain 1
B, C
Platelet-activating factor acetylhydrolase IB subunit beta

InterPro: Protein Family Classification InterPro Database Homepage

ChainsAccessionNameType
IPR026983Dynein heavy chainFamily
IPR013602Dynein heavy chain, linkerDomain
IPR041658Dynein heavy chain AAA lid domainDomain
IPR027417P-loop containing nucleoside triphosphate hydrolaseHomologous Superfamily
IPR042222Dynein heavy chain, domain 2, N-terminalHomologous Superfamily
IPR043160Dynein heavy chain, C-terminal domain, barrel regionHomologous Superfamily
IPR035706Dynein heavy chain, ATP-binding dynein motor regionDomain
IPR041228Dynein heavy chain, C-terminal domainDomain
IPR003593AAA+ ATPase domainDomain
IPR041466Dynein heavy chain, AAA 5 extension domainDomain
IPR042228Dynein heavy chain, linker, subdomain 3Homologous Superfamily
IPR035699Dynein heavy chain, hydrolytic ATP-binding dynein motor regionDomain
IPR042219Dynein heavy chain AAA lid domain superfamilyHomologous Superfamily
IPR024743Dynein heavy chain, coiled coil stalkDomain
IPR013594Dynein heavy chain, tailDomain
IPR043157Dynein heavy chain, AAA1 domain, small subdomainHomologous Superfamily
IPR004273Dynein heavy chain region D6 P-loop domainDomain
IPR024317Dynein heavy chain, AAA module D4Domain
B, C
IPR019775WD40 repeat, conserved siteConserved Site
B, C
IPR006594LIS1 homology motifConserved Site
B, C
IPR036322WD40-repeat-containing domain superfamilyHomologous Superfamily
B, C
IPR020472G-protein beta WD-40 repeatRepeat
B, C
IPR037190LIS1, N-terminalHomologous Superfamily
B, C
IPR015943WD40/YVTN repeat-like-containing domain superfamilyHomologous Superfamily
B, C
IPR001680WD40 repeatRepeat
B, C
IPR017252Dynein regulator LIS1Family

Pharos: Disease Associations Pharos Homepage Annotation

ChainsDrug Target  Associated Disease
PharosQ14204
B, C
PharosP43034