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DescriptionStarch binding protein, also known as Starch binding domain, is a protein from the gene CBM 21 of the organism, R. oryzae. Its functional purpose is to aid starch breakdown by binding to starch and providing an optimal interaction with the amylytic enzymes. Its substrates are diverse among the carbohydrate family. It has a high affinity for rice starch, corn starch, sweet potato starch, tapioca starch, and also wheat starch.
SourceR. Oryzae, genomic DNA