Ekaterina S Kropolova

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BASP1 (also known as CAP-23 and NAP-22) is a novel myristoylated calmodulin-binding protein, abundant in nerve terminals. It is considered as a signal protein participating in neurite outgrowth and synaptic plasticity. BASP1 is also present in significant amounts in kidney, testis, and lymphoid tissues. In this study, we show that BASP1 is accompanied by at(More)
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