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Is this just a domain that binds proteins that have been phosphorylated? And it mediates signalling between an activated/phosphorylated protein? How is this significant with BRCA1?

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Do you have some reference that you're reading, or some more context? –  MattDMo Dec 21 '13 at 16:24
A phospho-protein binding domain binds phosphorylated proteins. For which purpose it does this, depends on the protein. To tell more about it, more background would be nice. –  Chris Dec 21 '13 at 19:01
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