SUPERFAMILY 1.75 HMM library and genome assignments server

Fly Anatomy (FA): immaterial anatomical entity

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Root: FA Hierarchy (fly anatomy from FlyBase anatomy ontology)

Shortest distance to current term (+ for parents, - for children) FA term [FA ID] <#Children> (#SF|#FA) #Supra-domain
(Single|Duplex|Triple)
+ 1:   anatomical entity [FBbt:99999999] <47>
0:   immaterial anatomical entity [FBbt:00007015] <1>(2|3) (2|1|1)
- 1:   anatomical space [FBbt:00007017] <11>(2|3) (2|1|1)


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Superfamily

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SCOP termFDR (all)Annotation (direct or inherited)
p53-like transcription factors0.001417Inherited
E set domains0.007265Inherited


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Family

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SCOP termFDR (all)Annotation (direct or inherited)
EGF-type module0.000187Direct
G proteins0.0004188Direct
NF-kappa-B/REL/DORSAL transcription factors, C-terminal domain0.00429Inherited


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Supra-domain (including individual superfamily)

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Supra-domain (Single) FDR (all) Annotation (direct or inherited)
p53-like transcription factors0.0009868Direct
E set domains0.005178Inherited

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Supra-domain (Duplex) in N- to C-terminal order FDR (all) Annotation (direct or inherited)
57196,57184
  • 57196 - EGF/Laminin
  • 57184 - Growth factor receptor domain
  • 0.00438Inherited

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    Supra-domain (Triple) in N- to C-terminal order FDR (all) Annotation (direct or inherited)
    57196,57196,57196
  • 57196 - EGF/Laminin
  • 57196 - EGF/Laminin
  • 57196 - EGF/Laminin
  • 0.007562Inherited


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