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This pattern was highlighted for all the subfamily level aligned sequences of rice, Arabidopsis, human, and yeast and the resulting conservation of G domains is presented in Fig. 6. 30 4 Sequence, Structure, and Domain Analysis of GTPases in Plants Fig. 6 The G1, G2, G3, and G4 domain conservation patterns of small GTPases as deduced by WEBLOGO using aligned protein sequences of Arf, Rab, Rho, and Ran families from four species namely rice, Arabidopsis, human, and yeast. The height of stack of amino acid residues indicates the degree of conservation on the given position References 1.
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