HHsearch alignment for GI: 254781026 and conserved domain: cd03266

>cd03266 ABC_NatA_sodium_exporter NatA is the ATPase component of a bacterial ABC-type Na+ transport system called NatAB, which catalyzes ATP-dependent electrogenic Na+ extrusion without mechanically coupled proton or K+ uptake. NatB possess six putative membrane spanning regions at its C-terminus. In B. subtilus, NatAB is inducible by agents such as ethanol and protonophores, which lower the protonmotive force across the membrane. The closest sequence similarity to NatA is exhibited by DrrA of the two-component daunomycin- and doxorubicin-efflux system. Hence, the functional NatAB is presumably assembled with two copies of a single ATP-binding protein and a single intergral membrane protein.
Probab=94.21  E-value=0.022  Score=34.76  Aligned_cols=24  Identities=33%  Similarity=0.567  Sum_probs=21.6

Q ss_conf             977786059999999887488989
Q gi|254781026|r    1 MIGPPGARKSMLASCLPSILLPLS   24 (186)
Q Consensus         1 l~GpPG~GKS~lar~l~~iLP~l~   24 (186)
T Consensus        36 llG~NGaGKSTllk~i~Gl~~p~~   59 (218)
T cd03266          36 LLGPNGAGKTTTLRMLAGLLEPDA   59 (218)
T ss_conf             999999849999999977977897