Endo16, a large multidomain protein found on the surface and ECM of endodermal cells during sea urchin gastrulation, binds calcium.

@article{SoltysikEspaola1994Endo16AL,
  title={Endo16, a large multidomain protein found on the surface and ECM of endodermal cells during sea urchin gastrulation, binds calcium.},
  author={M Soltysik-Espa{\~n}ola and David C. Klinzing and Ken Pfarr and Robert D. Burke and Susan G. Ernst},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={1994},
  volume={165 1},
  pages={73-85}
}
Endo16 encodes a developmentally regulated protein restricted to cells participating in the formation of the archenteron during sea urchin gastrulation and to the stomach of the pluteus. The 4680-nt coding region of the Endo16 gene has been sequenced from overlapping cDNAs. Sequence analysis revealed that Endo16 is a large multidomain protein starting with a putative signal sequence at its amino terminus which is followed by a cysteine-rich region, two potential heparin-binding regions, an… CONTINUE READING
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