Different temporal patterns of expression result in the same type, amount, and distribution of filamin (ABP) in cardiac and skeletal myofibrils.

@article{Price1994DifferentTP,
  title={Different temporal patterns of expression result in the same type, amount, and distribution of filamin (ABP) in cardiac and skeletal myofibrils.},
  author={Maureen G. Price and David R. Caprette and Richard H Gomer},
  journal={Cell motility and the cytoskeleton},
  year={1994},
  volume={27 3},
  pages={248-61}
}
The morphogenesis of functional myofibrils in chick skeletal and cardiac muscle occurs in greatly different time spans, in about 7 and 2 days, respectively. In chick skeletal myogenic cells, one isoform of the 250 kD actin-binding protein (ABP) filamin is associated with stress fiber-like structures of myoblasts and early myotubes, then disappears for approximately 4 days, whereupon a second filamin isoform reappears at the Z-disc periphery. We sought to determine if cardiac myogenesis involves… CONTINUE READING

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