HHsearch alignment for GI: 254780240 and conserved domain: cd01882

>cd01882 BMS1 Bms1. Bms1 is an essential, evolutionarily conserved, nucleolar protein. Its depletion interferes with processing of the 35S pre-rRNA at sites A0, A1, and A2, and the formation of 40S subunits. Bms1, the putative endonuclease Rc11, and the essential U3 small nucleolar RNA form a stable subcomplex that is believed to control an early step in the formation of the 40S subumit. The C-terminal domain of Bms1 contains a GTPase-activating protein (GAP) that functions intramolecularly. It is believed that Rc11 activates Bms1 by acting as a guanine-nucleotide exchange factor (GEF) to promote GDP/GTP exchange, and that activated (GTP-bound) Bms1 delivers Rc11 to the preribosomes.
Probab=95.61  E-value=0.011  Score=37.56  Aligned_cols=26  Identities=31%  Similarity=0.539  Sum_probs=21.4

Q ss_conf             99987889996789999999718948
Q gi|254780240|r    3 IIFLGPPGSGKGTQACRLSQKLNVPQ   28 (201)
Q Consensus         3 I~i~G~PGsGK~T~a~~la~~~~~~~   28 (201)
T Consensus        42 VavvGPpgvGKtTLiksLvk~ytk~~   67 (225)
T cd01882          42 VAVVGPPGVGKTTLIKSLVKNYTKQN   67 (225)
T ss_conf             99989899778899999999985443