A Role for Myosin-I in Actin Assembly through Interactions with Vrp1p, Bee1p, and the Arp2/3 Complex

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Type I myosins are highly conserved actin-based molecular motors that localize to the actin-rich cortex and participate in motility functions such as endocytosis, polarized morphogenesis, and cell migration. The COOH-terminal tail of yeast myosin-I proteins, Myo3p and Myo5p, contains an Src homology domain 3 (SH3) followed by an acidic domain. The myosin-I… (More)

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@article{Evangelista2000ARF, title={A Role for Myosin-I in Actin Assembly through Interactions with Vrp1p, Bee1p, and the Arp2/3 Complex}, author={Marie Evangelista and Bert M. Klebl and Amy H. Y. Tong and Bradley A Webb and Thomas Leeuw and Ekkehard Leberer and Malcolm Whiteway and David Y. Thomas and Charles Boone}, journal={The Journal of Cell Biology}, year={2000}, volume={148}, pages={353 - 362} }