Microtubule-assembly inhibitor protein. Its distribution, localization and physicochemical properties.

Abstract

Microtubule-assembly inhibitor protein (MIP) is an acidic protein with Mr 33,000 which inhibits microtubule assembly in vitro [Kotani, S., Murofushi, H., Nishida, E. & Sakai, H. (1984) J. Biochem. (Tokyo) 96, 959-969]. Anti-MIP antibody was affinity-purified from rabbit anti-MIP sera raised against chemically modified MIP. MIP was localized in the nucleus… (More)

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@article{Kotani1988MicrotubuleassemblyIP, title={Microtubule-assembly inhibitor protein. Its distribution, localization and physicochemical properties.}, author={S. Kotani and Akihiro Ikai and G. Kawai and S. Maekawa and S. Yokoyama and Hiroyasu Sakai}, journal={European journal of biochemistry}, year={1988}, volume={176 3}, pages={573-80} }