"Lipid-Linked Proteins" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
MeSH (Medical Subject Headings). Descriptors are arranged in a hierarchical structure,
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Proteins that are covalently-linked to lipid molecules or hydrophobic molecules such as those that contain prenyl groups. The lipid moieties aid in the association of the proteins with CELL MEMBRANES.
- Lipid-Linked Proteins
- Lipid Linked Proteins
- Lipid-Anchored Membrane Proteins
- Lipid Anchored Membrane Proteins
- Membrane Proteins, Lipid-Anchored
- Proteins, Lipid-Anchored Membrane
- Membrane Lipid-Linked Proteins
- Lipid-Linked Proteins, Membrane
- Membrane Lipid Linked Proteins
- Proteins, Membrane Lipid-Linked
- Lipid Anchored Proteins
- Anchored Proteins, Lipid
- Proteins, Lipid Anchored
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