Cytoplasmic microtubule-associated proteins: phosphorylation at novel sites is correlated with their incorporation into assembled microtubules.

Abstract

We have analyzed the detailed structure and cytoplasmic distribution of cytoplasmic microtubule-associated proteins. The procedure used to identify these proteins, based on preparation of detergent-extracted cytoskeletons, permits separation of fractions containing assembled and unassembled microtubule proteins. We show that two of these proteins, 69 and 80… (More)

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@article{Pallas1982CytoplasmicMP, title={Cytoplasmic microtubule-associated proteins: phosphorylation at novel sites is correlated with their incorporation into assembled microtubules.}, author={Derrick Pallas and Frank Solomon}, journal={Cell}, year={1982}, volume={30 2}, pages={407-14} }