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homodimerization

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  • n. Any reaction leading to the formation of a homodimer

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  • The BTB domain has been demonstrated to be important for homodimerization of Keap1 and is also the region for Cul3 binding

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  • Further evidence supporting the constitutive formation of hLHR dimer / oligomers in the ER is provided by data showing homodimerization of misfolded hLHR mutants that are retained in the ER.

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  • N-linked glycan into the putative upstream dimerization helix inhibits homodimerization of the isolated ChEL domain.

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  • According to our model, the binding of HPV-16 E7 to GSTP1 and GSTP1 homodimerization should be mutually exclusive, because these two different complexes involve mostly overlapping regions of the enzyme surface.

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  • We identify residues that are structural and functional determinants of the DIX domain fold, as well as those that are specific to homodimerization of Axin and Dishevelled.

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  • Both Dishevelled and Axin possess a DIX (Dishevelled/Axin) domain, which mediates protein-protein interactions, specifically homodimerization.

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  • Richard S (1998) Structure-function analysis of Qk1: a lethal point mutation in mouse quaking prevents homodimerization.

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  • In addition, only few of the residues (R118, A146 and K122) important for homodimerization in EcBirA (R118, R119, A146, K122, R212, V214, V219 and W223 marked red in

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  • The docking also suggests that the interaction with HPV-16 E7 involves the same GSTP1 surface region that participates in homodimerization with a second GSTP1 molecule, as seen in the native enzyme homodimer in the Protein Data Bank (PDB) structure 1AQW (

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