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Term:
hydroxyapatite binding (GO:0046848)
Annotations: Rat: (5) Mouse: (6) Human: (5) Chinchilla: (3) Bonobo: (5) Dog: (1) Squirrel: (0) Pig: (1)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
binding +     
2-aminoethylphosphonate binding 
acyl binding  
alkene binding +  
amide binding +   
amine binding +   
antigen binding +   
calcium oxalate binding  
carbohydrate binding +   
carbohydrate derivative binding +   
cargo receptor ligand activity 
cell adhesion mediator activity +   
cellulosome binding 
chromatin binding +   
cofactor binding +   
dinitrosyl-iron complex binding  
drug binding +   
exogenous protein binding +   
extracellular matrix binding +   
fatty acid derivative binding +   
flavonoid binding +   
heterocyclic compound binding +   
hormone binding +   
host cell surface binding +   
hydroxyapatite binding  
Interacting selectively and non-covalently with hydroxyapatite, the calcium phosphate mineral of formula Ca10(PO4)6(OH)2 found both in rocks of nonorganic origin and as a component of bone and dentin.
ice binding 
ion binding +   
kinetochore binding  
lipid binding +   
metal cluster binding +   
MgATP(2-) binding 
microfibril binding  
modified amino acid binding +   
molecular adaptor activity +   
neurotransmitter binding +   
nitric oxide binding +   
odorant binding +   
organic cyclic compound binding +   
pigment binding +  
poly(3-hydroxyalkanoate) binding 
polyamine binding +   
protein binding +   
protein-containing complex binding +   
quaternary ammonium group binding +   
selenium binding  
small molecule binding +   
sulfur compound binding +   
synthetic cannabinoid binding 
tetrahydrofolyl-poly(glutamate) polymer binding  
toxic substance binding  
virion binding  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: hydroxylapatite binding
Definition Sources: PMID:2438276

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