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Integral monotopic protein

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noun, plural: integral monotopic proteins

A protein that is permanently attached to the membrane from one side.


Examples are prostaglandin H2 syntheses 1 and 2, and microsomal prostaglandin E synthase.

Compare: transmembrane protein.
See also: integral membrane protein.