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Protein

Name: Protein
Description: A biological macromolecule that is composed of amino acids linked in a linear sequence (a polypeptide chain) and is genetically encoded. Proteins descended from a common ancestor can be classified into families and superfamilies composed of products of evolutionarily-related genes. The domain architecture of a protein is described by the order of its constituent domains. Proteins with the same domains in the same order are defined as homeomorphic (PRO:WCB)
Super-category: Molecular entity
*Id: PRO:000000001
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Categories related to Protein

Immunolabeling


Subcategories

This category has the following 177 subcategories, out of 177 total.

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CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionA biological macromolecule that is compose A biological macromolecule that is composed of amino acids linked in a linear sequence (a polypeptide chain) and is genetically encoded. Proteins descended from a common ancestor can be classified into families and superfamilies composed of products of evolutionarily-related genes. The domain architecture of a protein is described by the order of its constituent domains. Proteins with the same domains in the same order are defined as homeomorphic (PRO:WCB) rder are defined as homeomorphic (PRO:WCB)
IdPRO:000000001  +
LabelProtein  +
ModifiedDate14 April 2014  +
SuperCategoryMolecular entity  +