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  • noun biochemistry An actin-binding protein localized to the I-band of the sarcomeres in skeletal muscle.


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  • N2BA: the large more compliant isoform (3300 kDa) of titin, N2B: the smaller stiffer isoform (3000 kDa) of titin, nebulin

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles 2009

  • Tatsumi R, Hattori A (1995) Detection of giant myofibrillar proteins connectin and nebulin by electrophoresis in 2\% polyacrylamide slab gels strengthened with agarose.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles 2009

  • The networks related to cellular development and connective tissue disorder showed that enzymes such as phosphoglycerate 12 mutase (glycolysis), muscle proteins such as myosin heavy chain 4 (Actin cytoskeleton signaling), nebulin-related anchoring protein (Actin binding protein) were significantly down regulated by TWEAK (

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles Siva K. Panguluri et al. 2010


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