HHsearch alignment for GI: 254780457 and conserved domain: cd03260

>cd03260 ABC_PstB_phosphate_transporter Phosphate uptake is of fundamental importance in the cell physiology of bacteria because phosphate is required as a nutrient. The Pst system of E. coli comprises four distinct subunits encoded by the pstS, pstA, pstB, and pstC genes. The PstS protein is a phosphate-binding protein located in the periplasmic space. P stA and PstC are hydrophobic and they form the transmembrane portion of the Pst system. PstB is the catalytic subunit, which couples the energy of ATP hydrolysis to the import of phosphate across cellular membranes through the Pst system, often referred as ABC-protein. PstB belongs to one of the largest superfamilies of proteins characterized by a highly conserved adenosine triphosphate (ATP) binding cassette (ABC), which is also a nucleotide binding domain (NBD).
Probab=96.31  E-value=0.0033  Score=40.05  Aligned_cols=27  Identities=26%  Similarity=0.351  Sum_probs=22.4

Q ss_conf             818986668778967899999998178
Q gi|254780457|r    8 SIIIAIDGTAAAGKGVLSRFIALEYGF   34 (217)
Q Consensus         8 ~~iIaIDGpagsGKsT~ak~lA~~l~~   34 (217)
T Consensus        26 Ge~~~iiG~SGsGKSTll~~i~gL~~~   52 (227)
T cd03260          26 GEITALIGPSGCGKSTLLRLLNRLNDL   52 (227)
T ss_conf             989999999998199999999744502