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In biochemistry, a binding site is a region on a protein, DNA, or RNA to which specific other molecules and ions — in this context collectively called ligands, or more specifically, protein ligands — form a chemical bond.
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DNA binding sites are a special instance of binding site, a region of a molecule where other molecules may bind. DNA binding sites are distinct from other binding sites in that (1) they are part of a DNA sequence (e.g. a genome) and (2) they are bound by DNA-binding...
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Binding site In biochemistry , a binding site is a region on a protein , DNA , or RNA to which specific other molecules and ions — in this context
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We subsequently showed that binding site fragments from ChIP experiments can ... We then combined the binding site data with hormone-responsive and breast tumor ...
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... understanding the contribution of binding site sequence "fuzziness" in the ... that each nucleotide in a binding site exerts an independent effect (Benos et ...
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Information about Binding site in the free online English ... indicated that the common binding site was a nonclassical membrane estrogen receptor. ...
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In the system design process, the binding site and the feedstock molecule can be ... Perhaps the simplest binding site would be nothing more than a tube. ...
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The European Bioinformatics Institute ... Structural and dynamic characterization of a vinculin binding site in the talin rod. ...
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The European Bioinformatics Institute ... IPR017441 Protein kinase, ATP binding site 40 - 63. IPR015741 Snf1-like protein AMPK 82 - 535 ...
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Transcription factor binding site predictions for each of 2086 E. coli genes are ... sorted by known TF-binding sites. Orthologous gene lists links ...
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Biological activity and binding site characteristics of the PA1b entomotoxin on ... This binding site was present on all susceptible Sitophilus species and strains, ...
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Differential Binding Site Search. TFD Search. Getting Started... Right below the binding site plot, there are color switches for you to turn on ...
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Gel filtration data also suggested the presence of a third binding site of 5.4 kDa. The 170-kDa site had a binding affinity of Kd = 12 x 10-6 and bound both LH ...
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E. coli DNA-Binding Site Matrices Applied to the Complete E. coli K12 Genome. Summary ... Known binding sites for a DNA-binding protein can be used to identify ...
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transcription factor binding site motifs throughout 52 fully sequenced genomes ... average proportion of spurious binding sites found relative to the expected ...
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meric to CTCF-binding site (2.6% of genes) or contain in ... (A) A chromosomal view of the gene and CTCF-binding-site density of chromosome 11 is shown. ...
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Britannica online encyclopedia article on binding site (biochemistry), ...hormones or neurotransmitters. Drug molecules may combine with receptors to initiate a ...
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