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GTP

(guanosine triphosphate): see guanineguanine
, organic base of the purine family. It was reported (1846) to be in the guano of birds; later (1879–84) it was established as one of the major constituents of nucleic acids.
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GTP

(cell and molecular biology)
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Participation of RelA and SpoT enzymes along with the essential GTP binding protein CgtA in subtle regulation of intracellular levels of (p)ppGpp as well as the involvement of recently discovered novel synthetase RelV indicate that (p)ppGpp metabolism is highly complex in V.
Eukaryotic Elongation Factor One Alpha (eEF1A) GTP binding protein involved in protein synthesis and degradation, binding actin and microtubules, and several different signal transduction, pathways in the cell.
A putative GTP binding protein homologous to interferon-inducible Mx proteins performs an essential function in yeast protein sorting.