RPSBLAST alignment for GI: 254780263 and conserved domain: cd04089

>gnl|CDD|58096 cd04089, eRF3_II, eRF3_II: domain II of the eukaryotic class II release factor (eRF3). In eukaryotes, translation termination is mediated by two interacting release factors, eRF1 and eRF3, which act as class I and II factors, respectively. eRF1 functions as an omnipotent release factor, decoding all three stop codons and triggering the release of the nascent peptide catalyzed by the ribsome. eRF3 is a GTPase, which enhances the termination efficiency by stimulating the eRF1 activity in a GTP-dependent manner. Sequence comparison of class II release factors with elongation factors shows that eRF3 is more similar to eEF1alpha whereas prokaryote RF3 is more similar to EF-G, implying that their precise function may differ. Only eukaryote RF3s are found in this group. Saccharomyces cerevisiae eRF3 (Sup35p) is a translation termination factor which is divided into three regions N, M and a C-terminal eEF1a-like region essential for translation termination. Sup35NM is a non-pathogenic prion-like protein with the property of aggregating into polymer-like fibrils.. Length = 82
 Score = 39.3 bits (92), Expect = 0.002
 Identities = 22/72 (30%), Positives = 37/72 (51%), Gaps = 3/72 (4%)

            GTVV G ++ G IK G  + ++     K +V+   +     ++  A  G+NV L L+G+

Query: 281 NRADVPRGRVVC 292
              D+  G V+C
Sbjct: 70  EEEDISPGFVLC 81