Bone morphogenic protein by Gerald Litwack

By Gerald Litwack

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4B). Differences in the length and conformation of the TGFβs finger-tip loops compared with those in BMPs ensure the strict specificity of TβRII allowing binding of TβRII only to TGFβs but not to BMPs. Structural differences in the extracellular ligand-binding domain of TβRII compared to those of ActRII, 26 Thomas D. Mueller Figure 4 Type II receptor specificity between BMPs/GDFs and TGFβs is implemented via different receptor binding sites. (A) In BMPs/GDFs and Activins/Inhibins, the type II receptor (marked in light blue) binds to the ligand's knuckle epitope and seems not to share any contacts with the type I receptor (marked in green).

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