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Calmodulin-binding protein BP-10, a probable new member of plant nonspecific lipid transfer protein superfamily.
The results suggest that CaMBP-10 is a novel member of the plant and nsLTP gene family, and the Ca(2+)/CaM regulative system may also play roles in lipid metabolism, defense reactions, andThe adaptation of plants to natural environment. Expand
A simple purification of calmodulin by reversed phase chromatography with hydrophobic polymer 3520.
A new adsorption chromatography procedure for the purification of calmodulin from bovine brain was developed using polymeric adsorbent 3520 using a non-polar polymer lacking exchangeable groups. Expand
Soybean metal-binding proteins : isolation of a phosphatase that inhibits calmodulin activity
Identification de proteines impliquees dans le metabolisme du phosphate et ayant une interaction avec la calmoduline dans des graines de soja germees ou des tourteaux non delipides. L'affinite pourExpand
Phosphorylation of brain muscarinic receptor: evidence of receptor regulation.
Muscarinic receptor, from porcine synaptic membrane, was purified by affinity chromatography and phosphorylated by the catalytic subunit of cAMP-dependent protein kinase resulting in a concomitant loss in specific binding and this loss was reversed by calcineurin. Expand
Effects of calmodulin and calmodulin binding protein BP-10 on phosphorylation of thylakoid membrane protein
Experiments indicate that BP-10 has no effect on dephosphorylation of thylakoid phosphoproteins, implying that Ca2+ and CaM most likely participate in and regulate plant photosynthesis. Expand
Cloning and expression of a cDNA encoding CaMBP-10 and CaM binding activity analysis
The results suggest that CaMBP 10 is a novel member of plant nsLTPs family, the Ca 2+ /CaM messenger system is involved in the function of lipid transfer protein. Expand
[Studies on isolation and purification of glucagon (author's transl)].