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calcium-binding proteins


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Proteins that bind calcium: some are similar to calmodulin (EF-hand proteins), others bind calcium and phospholipid (e.g. endonexin) and are generically called annexins. Other proteins can also bind calcium, usually through a domain with homology to the EF-hand.

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