P53 tumor suppressor DNA-binding domainPDB ID: 1TUP
p53 tumor suppressor is a transcription factor that mobilizes genes involved in sensing and responding to cell damage. It is a large, flexible molecule composed of four chains. This structure includes the portion that binds to DNA.
Discussed Structures from p53 Tumor Suppressor
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