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Ankyrin Repeat Domain-containing (Ank) Family, found in at least some proteins in the following TC families

The Ankyrin Repeat Domain-containing (Ank) Family is a domain found in at least some proteins in the following TC families:

1.A.1 - The Voltage-gated Ion Channel (VIC) Superfamily
1.A.2 - The Inward Rectifier K+ Channel (IRK-C) Family
1.A.4 - The Transient Receptor Potential Ca2+ Channel (TRP-CC) Family
1.A.105 - The Mixed Lineage Kinase Domain-like (MLKL) Family
1.C.63 - The α-Latrotoxin (Latrotoxin) Family
1.C.104 - The Heterokaryon Incompatibility Prion/Amyloid Protein (HET-s) Family
1.I.1 - The Eukaryotic Nuclear Pore Complex (E-NPC) Family
3.A.5 - The General Secretory Pathway (Sec) Family
3.A.23 - The Type VI Symbiosis/Virulence Secretory System (T6SS) Family
8.A.23 - The Basigin (Basigin) Family
8.A.28 - The Ankyrin (Ankyrin) Family
8.A.35 - The Mycobacterial Membrane Protein Small (MmpS) Family
9.A.3 - The Sorting Nexin27 (SNX27)-Retromer Assembly Apparatus for Recycling Integral Membrane Proteins (SNX27-RetromerAA) Family
9.A.43 - The Cadmium tolerance Efflux Pump (CTEP) Family
9.B.87 - The Selenoprotein P Receptor (SelP-Receptor) Family