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What does Ad DBP stand for?

Ad DBP stands for and the 59-kDa DNA binding protein


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For example, Ryan et al. (74) characterized salivary proteins from the cystatin family, identifying signal peptide cleavages, disulfide bonds, and phosphorylation locations after off-line prefractionation. Furthermore, three SNPs on two members were detected for this protein family. In another study, Ge et al. (77) identified >150 possible sites for phosphorylation of cardiac myosin-binding protein.
Genuario RR, Perry RP. The GA-binding protein can serve as both an activator and repressor of ribosomal protein gene transcription. J. Biol. Chem. 271: 4388-4395, 1996.