"AAA Proteins" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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A large, highly conserved and functionally diverse superfamily of NTPases and nucleotide-binding proteins that are characterized by a conserved 200 to 250 amino acid nucleotide-binding and catalytic domain, the AAA+ module. They assemble into hexameric ring complexes that function in the energy-dependent remodeling of macromolecules. Members include ATPASES ASSOCIATED WITH DIVERSE CELLULAR ACTIVITIES.
- AAA Proteins
- AAA+ Superfamily
- Superfamily, AAA+
- AAA Superfamily
- Superfamily, AAA
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