bindin
Molecule of around 30 kD normally sequestered in the acrosome of a sea-urchin spermatozoon, and that through its specific lectin-like binding to the vitelline membrane of the egg confers species-specificity in fertilization.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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