Human lymphocyte-specific protein 1, the protein overexpressed in neutrophil actin dysfunction with 47-kDa and 89-kDa protein abnormalities (NAD 47/89), has multiple F-actin binding domains.

@article{Zhang2000HumanLP,
  title={Human lymphocyte-specific protein 1, the protein overexpressed in neutrophil actin dysfunction with 47-kDa and 89-kDa protein abnormalities (NAD 47/89), has multiple F-actin binding domains.},
  author={Qihong Zhang and Yongqing Li and Thomas H. Howard},
  journal={Journal of immunology},
  year={2000},
  volume={165 4},
  pages={2052-8}
}
Human lymphocyte-specific protein 1 (LSP1) is an F-actin binding protein, which has an acidic N-terminal half and a basic C-terminal half. In the basic C-terminal half, there are amino acid sequences highly homologous to the actin-binding domains of two known F-actin binding proteins: caldesmon and the villin headpieces (CI, CII, VI, VII). However, the exact numbers and locations of the F-actin binding domains within LSP1 are not clearly defined. In this report, we utilized 125I-labeled F-actin… CONTINUE READING

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