Erythrocyte and brain forms of spectrin in cerebellum: distinct membrane-cytoskeletal domains in neurons.

  title={Erythrocyte and brain forms of spectrin in cerebellum: distinct membrane-cytoskeletal domains in neurons.},
  author={Elias Lazarides and William James Nelson},
  volume={220 4603},
Chicken cerebellum expresses a polypeptide antigenically and biochemically related to the alpha subunit of spectrin, an erythrocyte membrane-cytoskeletal protein. Most of this polypeptide is associated with a brain specific spectrin subunit, gamma-spectrin, and is localized in virtually all neuronal cell bodies and processes. Cerebellum also expresses polypeptides antigenically related to the beta subunits of erythrocyte spectrin and these are also found in association with cerebellar alpha… CONTINUE READING
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