"WD40 Repeats" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Protein interaction motifs of approximately 40 amino acids that usually terminate in TRYPTOPHAN and ASPARTIC ACID. They form characteristic beta-propeller structures and occur in many eukaryotic proteins that function in a variety of cellular processes. Proteins that contain WD40 repeats often function as assembly platforms for MULTIPROTEIN COMPLEXES.
- WD40 Repeats
- Repeat, WD40
- Repeats, WD40
- WD40 Motif
- Motif, WD40
- Motifs, WD40
- WD40 Motifs
- beta-Transducin Repeats
- Repeat, beta-Transducin
- Repeats, beta-Transducin
- beta Transducin Repeats
- beta-Transducin Repeat
- WD40 Repeat
- WD Repeats
- Repeat, WD
- Repeats, WD
- WD Repeat
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Below are the most recent publications written about "WD40 Repeats" by people in Profiles.
Three additional patients with EED-associated overgrowth: potential mutation hotspots identified? J Hum Genet. 2019 Jun; 64(6):561-572.