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Helix-Loop-Helix Motifs

 
 
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  • MIDA1 associates with the HLH region of Id with the conserved region adjacent to eukaryotic DnaJ conserved motif within the Zuotin homology region, although it does not have any canonical HLH motif [2].
 

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