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Transferrin is a glycoprotein universally described as a "carrier" in the "iron cycle" between the organic deposits (ferritin and hemosiderin) and the sites responsible for hematopoiesis (bone marrow). An in-depth analysis of the structure and function of transferrin, accompanied by macromolecular dynamic simulations carried out by means of an advanced calculation system dedicated to the study of complex systems, has allowed us to understand an unsuspected "non-canonical" function of thisdoi:10.5281/zenodo.3984785 fatcat:ba2zvwq35nhazoauuquctmagoa