A Superfamily of Actin-Binding Proteins at the Actin-Membrane Nexus of Higher Plants

@article{Deeks2012ASO,
  title={A Superfamily of Actin-Binding Proteins at the Actin-Membrane Nexus of Higher Plants},
  author={Michael J. Deeks and Joanna R. Calcutt and Elizabeth K. S. Ingle and Timothy J. Hawkins and Sean N. Chapman and A. Christine Richardson and David A. Mentlak and Martin R. Dixon and Frances Cartwright and Andrei Smertenko and Karl J Oparka and Patrick J. Hussey},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={22},
  pages={1595-1600}
}
Complex animals use a wide variety of adaptor proteins to produce specialized sites of interaction between actin and membranes. Plants do not have these protein families, yet actin-membrane interactions within plant cells are critical for the positioning of subcellular compartments, for coordinating intercellular communication, and for membrane deformation. Novel factors are therefore likely to provide interfaces at actin-membrane contacts in plants, but their identity has remained obscure… CONTINUE READING
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