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actin-binding proteins


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actin-binding proteins

actin‐binding protein

actin-binding proteins

actin-binding proteins

secretory actin‐binding protein

Regulation of actin dynamics by actin-binding proteins in pollen

Progestogens regulate endothelial actin cytoskeleton and cell movement via the actin-binding protein moesin

Structure of Actin-related protein 8 and its contribution to nucleosome binding

A New Tetrahymena Actin-Binding Protein Is Localized in the Division Furrow

Identification of Actin-Binding Proteins from Sea Urchin Eggs by F-Actin Affinity Column Chromatography

Purification of a 47-kDa calmodulin-binding polypeptide as an actin-binding protein from Neurospora crassa

Erratum to “Purification of a 47-kDa calmodulin-binding polypeptide as an actin-binding protein from Neurospora crassa” [FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 147 (1997) 215–220]

The Dynamic Pollen Tube Cytoskeleton: Live Cell Studies Using Actin-Binding and Microtubule-Binding Reporter Proteins

Identification of Chitinase and Osmotin-Like Protein as Actin-Binding Proteins in Suspension-Cultured Potato Cells

The G2019S LRRK2 mutation increases myeloid cell chemotactic responses and enhances LRRK2 binding to actin-regulatory proteins

The actin-based motility of intracellular Listeria monocytogenes is not controlled by small GTP-binding proteins of the Rho- and Ras-subfamilies

The human papillomavirus-16 E7 oncoprotein exerts antiapoptotic effects via its physical interaction with the actin-binding protein gelsolin

Increased expression of secretory actin-binding protein on human spermatozoa is associated with poor semen quality

The SCA8 transcript is an antisense RNA to a brain-specific transcript encoding a novel actin-binding protein (KLHL1)

 

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A large family of proteins that form complexes with actin. Such proteins include certain heat-shock proteins, dystrophin, myosin, spectrin, and tropomyosin (all of which see).

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