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GTP

 (jē′tē-pē′)
n.
A nucleotide composed of guanine, ribose, and three linked phosphate groups. It is incorporated into the growing RNA chain during synthesis of RNA and acts as a source of energy for protein synthesis and other biochemical processes.

[g(uanosine) t(ri)p(hosphate).]

GTP

guanosine triphosphate: a nucleotide composed of guanosine and three phosphate groups, important in metabolism and protein synthesis.
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Further, recent studies indicate that an RNA polymerase-associated small regulatory protein, called DksA, and a conserved essential GTP binding protein CgtA are also involved in regulation of stringent response by modulating the activity of (p)ppGpp (1).
A critical step for initiation of the cytoskeletal remodeling involved with lamellipodia formation is the activation of the small (21kD) GTP binding protein Rac1 (5).
Eukaryotic Elongation Factor One Alpha (eEF1A) GTP binding protein involved in protein synthesis and degradation, binding actin and microtubules, and several different signal transduction, pathways in the cell.