Calcium-myristoyl switch, subcellular localization, and calcium-dependent translocation of the neuronal calcium sensor protein VILIP-3, and comparison with VILIP-1 in hippocampal neurons.

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Neuronal calcium sensor (NCS) proteins including the subfamily of visinin-like-proteins (VILIPs) are involved in regulation of various signaling cascades. One molecular regulation mechanism is the calcium-myristoyl switch. VILIPs show a calcium-dependent membrane association in brain homogenates; however, differences in calcium-induced conformation changes… (More)

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@article{Spilker2003CalciummyristoylSS, title={Calcium-myristoyl switch, subcellular localization, and calcium-dependent translocation of the neuronal calcium sensor protein VILIP-3, and comparison with VILIP-1 in hippocampal neurons.}, author={Christina Spilker and K. H. Braunewell}, journal={Molecular and cellular neurosciences}, year={2003}, volume={24 3}, pages={766-78} }