Table I

Heptad-containing Subdomains in the Rod Domains of the 195-kD Protein and Envoplakin

p195Envoplakin
SubdomainAmino acid No.FrameAmino acid No.Frame
1    945–984c    909–948c
21,005–1,058c    967–1,020c
31,066–1,118d1,028–1,080d
41,124–1,169b1,086–1,131b
51,184–1,222d1,148–1,186d
61,225–1,239e1,189–1,203e
71,243–1,280c1,205–1,242c
81,303–1,356c1,265–1,318c
91,364–1,402d1,326–1,364d
101,408–1,450c1,383–1,425c
10-A1,431–1,452g
111,465–1,503g1,484–1,522g
121,511–1,600c1,531–1,620c
131,611–1,645g1,637–1,671g
  • Amino acid residues are numbered according to their position in the predicted protein sequences, beginning from the NH2 terminus. The frame of each heptad subdomain refers to the position of the first amino acid residue in its first heptad, where the heptad positions are named a to g in accordance with the nomenclature of McLachlan and Stewart (1975).