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The proteins are a large family .[1]

 

Lamprey Variable Lymphocyte Receptor bound to a trisaccharide antigen (3e6j), resolution 1.67Å


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The human leucine-rich repeat family member Glycoprotein Ib alpha involved in Willebrand disease bound to the von Willebrand Factor A1 Domain 1m10
The human leucine-rich repeat family member Glycoprotein Ib alpha involved in Willebrand disease bound to the von Willebrand Factor A1 Domain 1m10
Lingo-1 protein involved in inhibiting effective regrowth of axons after central nervous system damage 2id5
Lingo-1 protein involved in inhibiting effective regrowth of axons after central nervous system damage 2id5

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Articles in Proteopedia concerning Leucine-rich repeat proteins include:



 

Dimer of Hormone Binding Domain of Human Follicle Stimulating Hormone Receptor Bound to Hormone (1xwd), resolution 2.92Å


To view automatically seeded indices concerning Leucine-rich repeat proteins, see:


References

  1. Matsushima N, Miyashita H, Mikami T, Kuroki Y. A nested leucine rich repeat (LRR) domain: the precursor of LRRs is a ten or eleven residue motif. BMC Microbiol. 2010 Sep 9;10:235. PMID:20825685 doi:10.1186/1471-2180-10-235

See it working when I add an additional reference below side show at Leucine-rich repeat

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