Low Mr tropomyosin isoforms from chicken brain and intestinal epithelium have distinct actin-binding properties.

@article{Broschat1986LowMT,
  title={Low Mr tropomyosin isoforms from chicken brain and intestinal epithelium have distinct actin-binding properties.},
  author={Kay O. Broschat and David R. B. Burgess},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1986},
  volume={261 28},
  pages={13350-9}
}
Tropomyosin isoforms of the low Mr class were isolated from chicken intestinal epithelium and brain, and their physical and functional properties were characterized. Tropomyosin from each tissue contains four distinct polypeptides, all of about 32,000 daltons. In two-dimensional gels, brain tropomyosin contains two major and two minor polypeptides; the major epithelium isoforms coelectrophorese with the two minor brain isoforms. Conversely, only small amounts of the major brain isoforms are… CONTINUE READING

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