ABC superfamily

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ABC stands for [[ATP|ATP]] binding cassette.  All members have two domains which bind and in many cases hydrolyse [[ATP|ATP]].  These domains are conserved throughout the family of proteins.
 
  
The ABC superfamily is the largest family of membrane proteins.
 
 
[[CFTR|CFTR]] and [[P-glycoprotein|P-glycoprotein]] are both examples of ABC superfamily proteins.&nbsp;<ref>Alberts, Bruce (2008), Molecular Biology Of The Cell, 5th edition, Garland Science</ref>
 
 
=== References ===
 
 
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