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1-(4-iodo-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl)propan-2-amine binding  
ADP-D-ribose binding +   
biotin binding  
camalexin binding 
catecholamine binding +   
cobalamin binding  
cocaine binding  
coenzyme F420 binding 
dethiobiotin binding 
diazepam binding  
dibutyl phthalate binding 
dihydrofolic acid binding  
diphenyl phthalate binding 
ectoine binding 
epigallocatechin 3-gallate binding 
flavanol binding +  
flurbiprofen binding 
folic acid binding  
histamine binding  
hydroquinone binding 
hydroxyectoine binding 
L-ascorbic acid binding  
L-DOPA binding  
leptomycin B binding  
lipoamide binding  
lipoic acid binding  
macrolide binding +   
melatonin binding  
methotrexate binding  
molybdopterin cofactor binding  
N-1-naphthylphthalamic acid binding 
nucleic acid binding +   
nucleobase binding +   
nucleoside binding +   
nucleoside phosphate binding +   
penicillin binding 
phosphopantetheine binding  
phthalate binding 
polychlorinated biphenyl binding  
proline binding 
pyrroloquinoline quinone binding 
resveratrol binding  
retinal binding +   
retinol binding +   
riboflavin binding  
salicylic acid binding 
serotonin binding  
steroid binding +   
suramin binding  
tetrahydrobiopterin binding +   
tetrapyrrole binding +   
thiamine binding  
thiamine pyrophosphate binding  
thienylcyclohexylpiperidine binding  
tryptophan binding +  
tyrosine binding +   
vitamin B6 binding +   
vitamin D binding +   
vitamin E binding  
Binding to a vitamin E, tocopherol, which includes a series of eight structurally similar compounds. Alpha-tocopherol is the most active form in humans and is a powerful biological antioxidant.

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: tocopherol binding
Narrow Synonyms: alpha-tocopherol binding
Definition Sources: ISBN:0721662544

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