HHsearch alignment for GI: 254780824 and conserved domain: cd03234

>cd03234 ABCG_White The White subfamily represents ABC transporters homologous to the Drosophila white gene, which acts as a dimeric importer for eye pigment precursors. The eye pigmentation of Drosophila is developed from the synthesis and deposition in the cells of red pigments, which are synthesized from guanine, and brown pigments, which are synthesized from tryptophan. The pigment precursors are encoded by the white, brown, and scarlet genes, respectively. Evidence from genetic and biochemical studies suggest that the White and Brown proteins function as heterodimers to import guanine, while the White and Scarlet proteins function to import tryptophan. However, a recent study also suggests that White may be involved in the transport of a metabolite, such as 3-hydroxykynurenine, across intracellular membranes. Mammalian ABC transporters belonging to the White subfamily (ABCG1, ABCG5, and ABCG8) have been shown to be involved in the regulation of lipid-trafficking mechanisms in
Probab=95.36  E-value=0.016  Score=35.86  Aligned_cols=31  Identities=26%  Similarity=0.342  Sum_probs=26.7

Q ss_conf             8458996999987878688999999997607
Q gi|254780824|r   28 SILRLGDCLTLSGDLGSGKSFLARSIIRFLM   58 (162)
Q Consensus        28 ~~l~~g~ii~L~GdLGaGKTtfvr~i~~~lg   58 (162)
T Consensus        28 ~~i~~Ge~~~ilGpnGsGKSTLl~~i~G~~~   58 (226)
T cd03234          28 LHVESGQVMAILGSSGSGKTTLLDAISGRVE   58 (226)
T ss_conf             8991880999998999609999999967897