Myosin light chain phosphatase: subunit composition, interactions and regulation

@article{Hartshorne2004MyosinLC,
  title={Myosin light chain phosphatase: subunit composition, interactions and regulation},
  author={David J. Hartshorne and Masaaki Ito and Ferenc Erdo¨di},
  journal={Journal of Muscle Research \& Cell Motility},
  year={2004},
  volume={19},
  pages={325-341}
}
This review has presented some of the recent data on myosin phosphatase from smooth muscle. Although it is not conclusive, it is likely that most of the myosin phosphatase activity is represented by a holoenzyme composed of three subunits. These are: a catalytic subunit of 38 kDa of the type 1 phosphatase, probably the delta isoform (i.e. PP1c delta); a subunit of about 20 kDa whose function is not established; and a larger subunit that is thought to act as a target subunit. This is termed the… Expand
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