Anillin, a contractile ring protein that cycles from the nucleus to the cell cortex

@article{Field1995AnillinAC,
  title={Anillin, a contractile ring protein that cycles from the nucleus to the cell cortex},
  author={Christine M Field and Bruce M. Alberts},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1995},
  volume={131},
  pages={165 - 178}
}
We report the cDNA sequence and localization of a protein first identified by actin filament chromatography of Drosophila embryo extracts as ABP8 (Miller, K. G., C. M. Field, and B. M. Alberts. 1989. J. Cell Biol. 109:2963-2975). The cDNA encodes a 1201-amino acid protein which we name anillin. Anillin migrates at 190 kD on SDS-PAGE. Anillin is expressed throughout Drosophila development and in tissue culture cells. By immunofluorescence, anillin localizes to the nucleus of interphase cells… CONTINUE READING
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