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homodimer

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homodimer

Binding properties and evolution of homodimers in protein–protein interaction networks

Selective unfolding of one Ribonuclease H domain of HIV reverse transcriptase is linked to homodimer formation

The structure of the CstF-77 homodimer provides insights into CstF assembly

Substitution of Basic Amino Acids in the Basic Region Stabilizes DNA Binding by E12 Homodimers

Bcl-xL Forms Two Distinct Homodimers at Non-ionic Detergents: Implications in the Dimerization of Bcl-2 Family Proteins

The enzyme engineering of mutant homodimer and heterodimer of coproporphyinogen oxidase contributes to new insight into hereditary coproporphyria and harderoporphyria

Structures of a minimal human CFTR first nucleotide-binding domain as a monomer, head-to-tail homodimer, and pathogenic mutant

Structural significance of galectin design: impairment of homodimer stability by linker insertion and partial reversion by ligand presence

Molecular mechanisms in the TCR (TCRαβ–CD3δϵ,γϵ) interaction with ζ2 homodimers: clues from a `phenotypic revertant' clone

CD28 Homodimer Interface Mimetic Peptide Acts as a Preventive and Therapeutic Agent in Models of Severe Bacterial Sepsis and Gram-Negative Bacterial Peritonitis

P053 Interleukin-17A homodimer reduces pro-inflammatory cytokine production by inflammatory bowel disease mucosa cultured ex vivo

DNA Binding of Jun and Fos bZip Domains: Homodimers and Heterodimers Induce a DNA Conformational Change in Solution

 

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A protein that is made up of two identical polypeptides paired together; as opposed to a heterodimer, in which the polypeptides are not identical.

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