List of proteins

A list of proteins (and protein complexes). This list aims to organize information on the protein universe.

All proteins can be found in the human proteome unless marked with a "%".

If a protein has an EC number, it should be on List of enzymes and not on this page, even if it fits into one of the categories below.

For more information about categorizing protein "types", see List of types of proteins.

Fibrous protein


= Cytoskeletal proteins =

*tubulin
*actin
*FtsZ %
*keratin
*myosin
*Tau (protein)
*dystrophin


=Extracellular matrix proteins=

*Collagen
*Elastin
*Reelin
*F-spondin

Globular proteins


=Plasma proteins=

* Serum albumin
* Serum Amyloid P Component


=Coagulation factors=

"See also: "
*Fibrin
*Thrombin
*Factor XIII
*Factor VIII
*von Willebrand Factor
*protein C
*Protein Z
*Protein Z-related protease inhibitor
*Protein S
*Complement proteins
**C1-inhibitor
**C3-convertase

Acute phase proteins

*C-reactive protein

Hemoproteins

Cell adhesion

*cadherin
*integrin
*NCAM
*selectin

Transmembrane transport proteins

"Ion pumping enzymes are in the enzymes section."
*CFTR
*Glycophorin D
*Scramblase

Ion channels

*Acetylcholine receptor
**Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor
**Muscarinic acetylcholine receptoris NOT an ion channel, but a G-protein coupled receptor; see below]
*Potassium channel

synport/antiport proteins

*glucose transporter

Hormones and growth factors

*oxytocin
*insulin
*Epidermal growth factor
*Insulin-like growth factor


=Receptors=

* "Receptors with enzyme activity are in the enzymes section."
* "Receptors that are ion channels are in the ion channel section."

Transmembrane receptors

*G-protein-coupled receptor
**Rhodopsin


=

*estrogen receptor

DNA-binding protein

*Histones


=transcription regulation=

*CI protein %"Transcription regulatory proteins that are receptors are in the receptors section."
*C-myc
*MyoD
*FOXP2
*FOXP3
*P53


=Immune system proteins=

*immunoglobins
*T cell receptor
*Major histocompatibility antigens

Nutrient storage/transport

*ferritin


=Chaperone proteins=

*GroEL %

Enzymes

"See List of enzymes"

Complexes with multiple components including proteins

*spliceosome
*ribonucleoprotein (generic)
*Signal recognition particle
*nucleosome

ee also

*PEGylation
*Structural domain
*Protein family
*List of enzymes
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*
*
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* (Medical Subject Headings classification of proteins)


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