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ankyrin repeat


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ankyrin repeat

cardiac ankyrin repeat protein

cardiac ankyrin repeat protein

Arteriogenesis is associated with an induction of the cardiac ankyrin repeat protein (carp)

Functional analysis of a RING domain ankyrin repeat protein that is highly expressed during flower senescence

Rapid selection of specific MAP kinase-binders from designed ankyrin repeat protein libraries

Knowledge-based design of reagentless fluorescent biosensors from a designed ankyrin repeat protein

G-quadruplexes are specifically recognized and distinguished by selected designed ankyrin repeat proteins

β-Adrenergic stimulation induces cardiac ankyrin repeat protein expression: involvement of protein kinase A and calmodulin-dependent kinase

Upregulated expression of cardiac ankyrin repeat protein in human failing hearts due to arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy

Phytochrome-interacting ankyrin repeat protein 2 modulates phytochrome A-mediated PIF3 phosphorylation in light signal transduction

The N- and C-terminal regions of RBP-J interact with the ankyrin repeats of Notch1 RAMIC to activate transcription

Roles of the ankyrin repeats and C-terminal region of the mouse Notch1 intracellular region

Molecular basis for recognition of 2′,5′-linked oligoadenylates by the N-terminal ankyrin repeat domain of human ribonuclease L

Growth of Escherichia coli in acetate as a sole carbon source is inhibited by ankyrin-like repeats present in the 2′,5′-linked oligoadenylate-dependent human RNase L enzyme

684 Ankyrin repeat domain 1 protein (ANKRD1) directly binds cardiac calsequestrin in vitro and both proteins are co-enriched in purkinje fiber cells in normal and diseased myocardium

 

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A 33‐amino acid sequence that occurs 24 times in the ‘membrane’ part of ankyrin and is also present in several hundred other proteins. It forms a beta hairpin‐alpha helix‐loop‐alpha helix structure.

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Subjects: Chemistry.


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