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Table 3 Description of the top ten interpro-domains in decreasing order of frequency

From: An integrated and comparative approach towards identification, characterization and functional annotation of candidate genes for drought tolerance in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench)

Interpro-domain Accessiona F, Pb Functional description References
DnaJ domain IPR001623 22, 6.4 Acts as protein chaperon; cooperation of Hsp40 with Hsp70 and endosomal traffickingc [58, 59]
Gamma thionin IPR008176 18, 5.3 Plant defensins induced in response to drought [82]
Ribosomal protein L29e IPR002673 17, 5 Forms part of the 60S ribosomal subunit, structural constituent of ribosomed [83]
Zinc finger, CCHC-type IPR001878 17, 5 Drought stress response in plants [57]
DUF4281e IPR025461 16, 4.7 Protein domain functionally uncharacterised, found both in prokaryotes and eukaryotes [84]
RNA recognitionf IPR000504 16, 4.7 Expression of EgRBP42 transcript under drought stress [85]
Cytochrome c oxidase, subunit VIIa IPR003177 14, 4.1 Catalyses the reduction of oxygen to water in the inner mitochondrial membrane forming the functional core of the enzyme complexg [86]
Oligopeptide transporter familyh IPR000109 14, 4.1 Showing an enhanced response in 35S:ABF3 plants that may contributing to drought-tolerance [87]
Peptidase S10, serine carboxypeptidase IPR018202 13, 3.8 Protein recognition and binding, serine carboxypeptidase-like gene OsBISCPL1 in rice is involved in regulation of defence responses [88]
CBS domain IPR000644 12, 3.5 Transcript levels of CBS domain containing proteins are altered in response to drought [89]
  1. Key to legend: aInterpro accession; bFrequency of occurrence, %; cIntracellular; dinvolve in translation and ribosome biogenesis; eProtein length range between 147 and 232 amino acids with known two functionally important conserved residues (W and P); fmotif domain; gtransferring the electrons from cytochrome c via its binuclear copper A centre to the bimetallic centre of the catalytic subunit 1; hProton-dependent