Isoform diversity of dystrobrevin, the murine 87-kDa postsynaptic protein.

@article{Blake1996IsoformDO,
  title={Isoform diversity of dystrobrevin, the murine 87-kDa postsynaptic protein.},
  author={Derek J Blake and Ralph A. Nawrotzki and Matthew F. Peters and Stanley Charles Froehner and K. E. Davies},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1996},
  volume={271 13},
  pages={
          7802-10
        }
}
Dystrophin-related and -associated proteins are important in the formation and maintenance of the mammalian neuromuscular junction. We have characterized mouse cDNA clones encoding isoforms of the dystrophin-homologous 87-kDa postsynaptic protein, dystrobrevin. In Torpedo, the 87-kDa protein is multiply phosphorylated and closely associated with proteins in the postsynaptic cytoskeleton, including the acetylcholine receptor. In contrast to Torpedo, where only a single transcript is seen, the… CONTINUE READING
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