HHsearch alignment for GI: peg_472 and conserved domain: cd03263

>cd03263 ABC_subfamily_A The ABCA subfamily mediates the transport of a variety of lipid compounds. Mutations of members of ABCA subfamily are associated with human genetic diseases, such as, familial high-density lipoprotein (HDL) deficiency, neonatal surfactant deficiency, degenerative retinopathies, and congenital keratinization disorders. The ABCA1 protein is involved in disorders of cholesterol transport and high-density lipoprotein (HDL) biosynthesis. The ABCA4 (ABCR) protein transports vitamin A derivatives in the outer segments of photoreceptor cells, and therefore, performs a crucial step in the visual cycle. The ABCA genes are not present in yeast. However, evolutionary studies of ABCA genes indicate that they arose as transporters that subsequently duplicated and that certain sets of ABCA genes were lost in different eukaryotic lineages.
Probab=94.08  E-value=0.072  Score=33.91  Aligned_cols=23  Identities=39%  Similarity=0.609  Sum_probs=18.3

Q ss_conf             62010787988889999999996
Q 537021.9.peg.4   23 SYMLSGTRGIGKTTTARIIARSL   45 (369)
Q Consensus        23 a~lf~G~~G~GK~~~a~~~A~~l   45 (369)
T Consensus        30 i~~llG~NGaGKSTLl~~i~Gl~   52 (220)
T cd03263          30 IFGLLGHNGAGKTTTLKMLTGEL   52 (220)
T ss_conf             99999899973999999996698