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Molecular Interactions of Actin

Actin Structure and Actin-Binding Proteins

by Cristobal G. Remedios

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Imprint: Springer in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Cristobal G. Remedios, David D. Thomas
SeriesResults and Problems in Cell Differentiation, 0080-1844 -- 32, Results and problems in cell differentiation -- 32.
ContributionsThomas, D. D. (David D.)
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] :
Pagination1 online resource (XII, 269 pp. 63 figs.)
Number of Pages269
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27075773M
ISBN 10354046560X
ISBN 109783540465607
OCLC/WorldCa840291467

Pathogen–Host Cell Molecular Interactions Knowledge and Challenge. Jean-Pierre Gorvel. Jean-Pierre Gorvel and that requires an active actin cytoskeleton and at least one tyrosine and their use as inhibitors of specific cellular processes has had a large impact on the study of cell biology. The book Bacterial Protein Toxins, edited by Cited by: 1. Cofilin is a key actin-binding protein that is critical for controlling the assembly of actin within the cell. Here, we present the results of molecular docking and dynamics studies using a muscle actin filament and human cofilin I. Guided by extensive mutagenesis results and other biophysical and structural studies, we arrive at a model for cofilin bound to the actin by:

Herein, we investigated how polymorphic structures of actin filaments affect the interactions near interfaces between the gelsolin segment 1 (S1) domain and the filament barbed‐end. Using all‐atom molecular dynamics simulations, we demonstrate that different tilted states of subunits modulate gelsolin S1 interactions with the barbed‐end Author: Myeongsang Lee, Ellen H. Kang. Actin, alpha skeletal muscle is a protein that in humans is encoded by the ACTA1 gene. Actin alpha 1 which is expressed in skeletal muscle is one of six different actin isoforms which have been identified. Actins are highly conserved proteins that are involved in cell motility, structure and s: ACTA1, ACTA, ASMA, CFTD, CFTD1, .

Actin consists of approximately monomers and 50 molecules of each of the regulatory proteins—tropomyosin and troponin. The actin monomers are termed G-actin because they are globular and have molecular weights of approximately 42 kD. G-actin normally is polymerized to F-actin (ie, filamentous actin). Our cellular and biochemical studies demonstrate loss-of-actin binding with most of the human PVNH mutations that localize to FLNaCH1. While some appear to disrupt direct molecular interactions with F-actin (MV, VG, KN), others likely elicit their effects by deforming actin-binding sites or the CH1 domain in general (A39G, ID, AV).Cited by:


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Molecular Interactions of Actin by Cristobal G. Remedios Download PDF EPUB FB2

Actin is one of the most widespread proteins in eukaryotic cells. This book and its companion (Molecular Interactions of Actin. Actin-Myosin Interaction, Actin-Based Regulation) provide an authoritative and opinionated view of the structure and function of this essential cturer: Springer.

Actin is one of the most widespread proteins in eukaryotic cells. This book and its companion (Molecular Interactions of Actin. Actin-Myosin Interaction, Actin-Based Regulation) provide an authoritative and opinionated view of the structure and function of this essential : Dr.

Cristobal G. Dos Remedios. Actin is one of the most widespread proteins in eukaryotic cells. This book and its companion (Molecular Interactions of Actin.

Actin Structure and Actin-Binding Proteins) provide an authoritative and opinionated view of the structure and function of this essential : Hardcover. Actin is one of the most widespread proteins in eukaryotic cells.

This book and its companion (Molecular Interactions of Actin. Actin Structure and Actin-Binding Proteins) provide an authoritative and opinionated view of the structure and function of this essential protein.

Actin is one of the most widespread proteins in eukaryotic cells. This book and its companion (Molecular Interactions of Actin. Actin-Myosin Interaction, Actin-Based Regulation) provide an authoritative and opinionated view of the structure and function of this essential protein.

Actin is one of the most widespread proteins in eukaryotic cells. This book provides a view of the structure and function of this essential protein. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Molecular Interactions of Actin by Dr. Cristobal G. Dos Remedios,Springer edition, paperback. Actin is one of the most widespread proteins in eukaryotic cells. This book and its companion ("Molecular Interactions of Actin.

Actin Structure and Actin-Binding Proteins") provide an authoritative and opinionated view of the structure and function of this essential : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Actin is one of the most widespread proteins in eukaryotic cells. This book and its companion ("Molecular Interactions of Actin. Actin Structure and Actin-Binding Proteins") provide an authoritative and opinionated view of the structure and function of this essential : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Molecular Interactions of Actin: Actin Structure and Actin-Binding Proteins (Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation Book 32) eBook: dos Remedios, C.G., Thomas Manufacturer: Springer.

Actin is one of the most widespread proteins in eukaryotic cells. This book and its companion ("Molecular Interactions of Actin. Actin Structure and Actin-Binding Proteins") provide an authoritative and opinionated view of the structure and function of this essential protein.

Read Book Online Now ?book=Read Now Molecular Interactions of Actin: Actin Structure and Actin-Binding Proteins Good Book. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations. Contents: An Overview of Actin Structure and Actin-Binding Proteins / Cristobal G.

dos Remedios and Dave D. Thomas --A Historical Perspective of Actin Assembly and Its Interactions / Fumio Oosawa --Divalent Cations, Nucleotides, and Actin Structure / Hanna Strzelecka-Golaszewska. Although cells can harness polymerization of actin to generate some forms of movement, many cellular movements depend on interactions between actin filaments and myosin, an ATPase that moves along actin filaments by coupling the hydrolysis of ATP to conformational by: 7.

Actin can be considered as a “living treasure” of biology; the kinetics and thermodynamics of self-assembly, the dissipative nature of actin po- merization, the molecular interactions of monomeric and polymerized actin with regulators, the mechanical properties of actin gels, and more recently the force p- ducing motile and morphogenetic Format: Hardcover.

The actin microfilaments are approximately 8 nm in diameter and are composed of actin monomers having a molecular weight of approximately 45 kDa, depending on the particular actin isotype. There are at least six types of actin found in mammalian cells, divided into three groups based on their isoelectric points (Alberts et al.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Companion volume to: Molecular interactions of actin: actin structure and actin-binding proteins. All Proteins Bind to Other Molecules. The biological properties of a protein molecule depend on its physical interaction with other molecules.

Thus, antibodies attach to viruses or bacteria to mark them for destruction, the enzyme hexokinase binds glucose and ATP so as to catalyze a reaction between them, actin molecules bind to each other to assemble into actin filaments, and so on.

The origins of this book and its companion volume go back more than 15 years to the first International Meeting devoted to the structure and function of actin. That conference, held in Sydney in as a satellite of the International Union of Biochemistry in Perth, Australia, resulted in the first Volume in this Series (dos Remedios and Cited by: 8.

Actin-myosin interactions play crucial roles in the generation of cellular force and movement. The molecular mechanism involves structural transitions at the interface between actin and myosin’s catalytic domain, and within myosin’s light chain domain, which contains binding sites for essential (ELC) and regulatory light chains (RLC).Cited by: 5.

Summary: Actin is one of the most widespread proteins in eukaryotic cells. This book and its companion (Molecular Interactions of Actin. Actin Structure and Actin-Binding Proteins) provide an authoritative and opinionated view of the structure and function of this essential protein.It summarizes the application of several biophysical techniques to molecular research in biology.

This book starts by describing the use of deuterium-labeled lipids, as monitors of the degree of organization of membrane lipids. It also describes the use of carbonlabeled lipids, as indicators of molecular .Actin. Actin (molecular mass of 42 kDa) is the major component of thin filaments.

Actin filaments consist of two strands of globular molecules twisted in the form of a helix (see Fig. 2). Actin is encoded by a multigene family in mammals.

Two sarcomeric actins have been identified: the α-skeletal and the α-cardiac isoforms.