Ligand Binding Protein Gene
Definition of Ligand Binding Protein Gene:
Ligand Binding Protein Genes encode Ligand Binding Proteins, a large class of diverse proteins for which a major function appears to be (typically high affinity) binding of some ligand for solubility, transport, bioactivity regulation, or other nonenzymatic process. Ligand interaction often alters protein molecular conformation and function. (NCI)
Ligand Binding Protein Gene is part of the Gene group
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