Phallotoxins bind to actins

@article{Wieland1974PhallotoxinsBT,
  title={Phallotoxins bind to actins},
  author={Theodor Wieland and Vimala Govindan},
  journal={FEBS Letters},
  year={1974},
  volume={46}
}
The function of receptors can be ascribed to the fdamentous structures which appear with increased frequency in the cytoplasma fraction of rat liver after in vivo or in vitro intoxication with phalloidin [ 11. Using [3 H] desmethylphalloin we found that 3.6 mnoles of the phallotoxin are tightly bound to 1 mg of filamentous protein [2] . Shortly thereafter it was recognized that the phallotoxin induced filaments from liver @h-filaments) bind heavy meromyosin (of rabbit muscle) in an arrow head… Expand

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