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transforming growth factor beta binding (GO:0050431)
Annotations: Rat: (25) Mouse: (24) Human: (26) Chinchilla: (23) Bonobo: (23) Dog: (24) Squirrel: (23) Pig: (24)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
cytokine binding +     
BMP binding  
chemokine binding +   
ciliary neurotrophic factor binding  
epidermal growth factor binding  
fibroblast growth factor binding  
granulocyte colony-stimulating factor binding  
granulocyte macrophage colony-stimulating factor complex binding 
hepatocyte growth factor binding  
high mobility group box 1 binding  
insulin-like growth factor binding +   
interferon binding +   
interleukin-1 binding +   
interleukin-10 binding  
interleukin-11 binding  
interleukin-12 binding +   
interleukin-13 binding 
interleukin-14 binding 
interleukin-15 binding 
interleukin-16 binding  
interleukin-17 binding +   
interleukin-18 binding  
interleukin-19 binding 
interleukin-2 binding  
interleukin-20 binding  
interleukin-21 binding 
interleukin-22 binding  
interleukin-23 binding  
interleukin-24 binding 
interleukin-26 binding 
interleukin-3 binding  
interleukin-33 binding  
interleukin-35 binding 
interleukin-4 binding 
interleukin-5 binding 
interleukin-6 binding  
interleukin-7 binding 
interleukin-9 binding  
macrophage migration inhibitory factor binding  
neuregulin binding  
neurotrophin binding +   
platelet-derived growth factor binding  
transforming growth factor beta binding  
Interacting selectively and non-covalently with TGF-beta, transforming growth factor beta, a multifunctional peptide that controls proliferation, differentiation and other functions in many cell types.
tumor necrosis factor binding +   
vascular endothelial growth factor binding  

Exact Synonyms: TGF-beta binding ;   TGFbeta binding
Related Synonyms: transforming growth factor beta ligand binding to type I receptor ;   transforming growth factor beta ligand binding to type II receptor
Definition Sources: ISBN:0198506732

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