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Telomere-binding protein

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Title: Telomere-binding protein  
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Collection: Chromosomes, Proteins, Repetitive Dna Sequences, Telomere-Related Proteins, Telomeres
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Telomere-binding protein

Telomere-binding proteins are proteins that mediate telomere function by binding to them.[1][2] There are two types of telomere-binding proteins: single-strand DNA telomere binding proteins and double-strand DNA telomere binding proteins.[3]


  1. ^ Telomere-Binding Proteins at the US National Library of Medicine Medical Subject Headings (MeSH)
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