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From: Exploring features and function of Ss-riok-3, an enigmatic kinase gene from Strongyloides stercoralis

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Alignment of the inferred amino acid sequence of Strongyloides stercoralis Ss -RIOK-3 with those of RIOK-3 s from 12 other species of eukaryote. The species selected were Strongyloides ratti (GCA_000208845.1, Sr-RIOK-3), Ascaris suum (ERG84434.1, As-RIOK-3), Loa loa (XP_003136543.1, Ll-RIOK-3), Brugia malayi (XP_001899758.1, Bm-RIOK-3), Caenorhabditis elegans (NP_499173.1, Ce-RIOK-3), Haemonchus contortus (ADW23594.1, Hc-RIOK-3), Danio rerio (NP_001003614.1, Dr-RIOK-3), Mus musculus (AAH33271.1, Mm-RIOK-3), Homo sapiens (NP_003822.2, Hs-RIOK-3), Drosophila melanogaster (AAF50965.1, Dm-RIOK-3), Trichinella spiralis (XP_003372228.1, Ts-RIOK-3). Alpha-helices (A-I) are highlighted in light grey; beta-sheet structures are marked under the alignment. Functional motifs, including the ATP-binding motif (red), the flexible loop (yellow), the hinge (yellow), the active site (orange) and the metal binding loop (green), are highlighted and labeled above the alignment. Identical residues are marked with asterisks.

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