HHsearch alignment for GI: 254780218 and conserved domain: cd03222

>cd03222 ABC_RNaseL_inhibitor The ABC ATPase RNase L inhibitor (RLI) is a key enzyme in ribosomal biogenesis, formation of translation preinitiation complexes, and assembly of HIV capsids. RLI's are not transport proteins, and thus cluster with a group of soluble proteins that lack the transmembrane components commonly found in other members of the family. Structurally, RLI's have an N-terminal Fe-S domain and two nucleotide-binding domains, which are arranged to form two composite active sites in their interface cleft. RLI is one of the most conserved enzymes between archaea and eukaryotes with a sequence identity more than 48%. The high degree of evolutionary conservation suggests that RLI performs a central role in archaeal and eukaryotic physiology.
Probab=96.13  E-value=0.0062  Score=37.76  Aligned_cols=28  Identities=36%  Similarity=0.508  Sum_probs=24.8

Q ss_conf             8886899867888797999999999999
Q gi|254780218|r    2 NSGLFISFEGIEGAGKTTHISLLKRFLQ   29 (225)
Q Consensus         2 ~~g~~I~iEGiDGsGKsTq~~~L~~~L~   29 (225)
T Consensus        23 ~~GEiv~ilGpNGaGKSTllk~i~G~l~   50 (177)
T cd03222          23 KEGEVIGIVGPNGTGKTTAVKILAGQLI   50 (177)
T ss_conf             8998999989999999999999968867