HHsearch alignment for GI: 254780810 and conserved domain: cd03219

>cd03219 ABC_Mj1267_LivG_branched The Mj1267/LivG ABC transporter subfamily is involved in the transport of the hydrophobic amino acids leucine, isoleucine and valine. MJ1267 is a branched-chain amino acid transporter with 29% similarity to both the LivF and LivG components of the E. coli branched-chain amino acid transporter. MJ1267 contains an insertion from residues 114 to 123 characteristic of LivG (Leucine-Isoleucine-Valine) homologs. The branched-chain amino acid transporter from E. coli comprises a heterodimer of ABCs (LivF and LivG), a heterodimer of six-helix TM domains (LivM and LivH), and one of two alternative soluble periplasmic substrate binding proteins (LivK or LivJ).
Probab=92.92  E-value=0.078  Score=31.18  Aligned_cols=28  Identities=25%  Similarity=0.390  Sum_probs=25.7

Q ss_conf             6551023122204877878999999999
Q gi|254780810|r  169 APIGKGQRSLIVAPPRTGKTILLQNIAH  196 (423)
Q Consensus       169 ~pig~gqr~~i~~~~~~gkt~ll~~ia~  196 (423)
T Consensus        21 l~i~~Gei~gliG~nGaGKSTL~~~i~G   48 (236)
T cd03219          21 FSVRPGEIHGLIGPNGAGKTTLFNLISG   48 (236)
T ss_conf             9988998999998999739999999967