HHsearch alignment for GI: 254780916 and conserved domain: cd01378

>cd01378 MYSc_type_I Myosin motor domain, type I myosins. Myosin I generates movement at the leading edge in cell motility, and class I myosins have been implicated in phagocytosis and vesicle transport. Myosin I, an unconventional myosin, does not form dimers. This catalytic (head) domain has ATPase activity and belongs to the larger group of P-loop NTPases. Myosins are actin-dependent molecular motors that play important roles in muscle contraction, cell motility, and organelle transport. The head domain is a molecular motor, which utilizes ATP hydrolysis to generate directed movement toward the plus end along actin filaments. A cyclical interaction between myosin and actin provides the driving force. Rates of ATP hydrolysis and consequently the speed of movement along actin filaments vary widely, from about 0.04 micrometer per second for myosin I to 4.5 micrometer per second for myosin II in skeletal muscle. Myosin II moves in discrete steps about 5-10 nm long and generates 1-5 picon
Probab=92.86  E-value=0.14  Score=30.91  Aligned_cols=24  Identities=29%  Similarity=0.419  Sum_probs=19.3

Q ss_conf             432048873277743679999998
Q gi|254780916|r  161 DCAIPIMIQGEFGVGKKRLSRFIH  184 (482)
Q Consensus       161 ~~~~~vli~Ge~GtGK~~~A~~iH  184 (482)
T Consensus        84 ~~nQsIiisGESGaGKTe~~K~il  107 (674)
T cd01378          84 NENQCVIISGESGAGKTEAAKKIM  107 (674)
T ss_conf             999379996788788889999999