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