Binding protein

A binding protein is any protein that acts as an agent to bind two or more molecules together.
Examples include:

DNA-binding protein

Single-strand binding protein
Telomere-binding protein

RNA-binding protein

Poly(A)-binding protein
Nuclear cap-binding protein complex

CREB-binding protein
Calcium-binding protein

Calcium-binding protein 1
S100 calcium-binding protein A1

TATA-binding protein
Actin-binding protein

Most actin binding proteins bind on the actin surface, despite having different functions and structures.[1]

Penicillin binding proteins
Retinol binding protein

Retinol binding protein 4

Binding immunoglobulin protein
Odorant binding protein
Lipopolysaccharide-binding protein
C4b-binding protein
Rap GTP-binding protein
Calmodulin-binding proteins
Iron-binding proteins
Thyroxine-binding proteins
Folate-binding protein
Sterol regulatory element-binding protein
GTP-binding protein
Retinaldehyde-binding protein 1
Ccaat-enhancer-binding proteins
Androgen-binding protein
Maltose-binding protein
Phosphatidylethanolamine binding protein 1
Syntaxin binding protein 3
Insulin-like growth factor-binding protein
Methyl-CpG-binding domain protein 2
Growth hormone-binding protein
Vitamin D-binding protein
Syntaxin binding protein 2
Oxysterol-binding protein
E3 binding protein
Iron-responsive element-binding protein
Polypyrimidine tract-binding protein
Fatty acid-binding protein
Myosin binding protein C, cardiac
CPE binding protein

See also[edit]

4EGI-1, a binding inhibitor


^ Lappalainen, Pekka (2007). Actin-Monomer-Binding Proteins. New York, NY: Landes Bioscience and Springer Science+Business Media, LLC. p. 107. 

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