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Intestinal 15 kd protein

Intestinal 15 kd protein

(Science: chemical) From rat ileum; potent lipid-binding protein; mw 15 kD; amino acid sequence given in first source was found to be highly homologous to gastrotropin and rat liver fatty acid-binding proteins; same size transcript also found in ovary; may be involved in metabolism of steroids

Synonym: i-15p


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