Moonlighting Proteins

Moonlight acts as transcription factors, crystallins, chaperones, extracellular growth factors and cell surface adhesins. Variability of identified moonlight proteins where one protein will have several functions, the potential profits to the organism of linking two utilities in one protein, and the approaches recommended for a protein to develop a second function recommend that moonlighting proteins might be common. The research topics include many aspects of moonlighting proteins for examples proteins to moonlight, structures of moonlighting proteins, their protagonists in diseases, how they evolved, moonlighting proteins and proteomics, bioinformatics of moonlighting proteins, etc.

  • Novel Mechanisms of Protein Function
  • Predicting Protein Functions
  • Cytosolic enzymes

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