Plectin scaffolds recruit energy-controlling AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) in differentiated myofibres.

@article{Gregor2006PlectinSR,
  title={Plectin scaffolds recruit energy-controlling AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) in differentiated myofibres.},
  author={Martin Gregor and Anik{\'o} Ze{\"o}ld and Susanne Oehler and Kerstin Andr{\"a} Marobela and Peter F. Fuchs and Guenter Weigel and D Graham Hardie and Gerhard Wiche},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={2006},
  volume={119 Pt 9},
  pages={1864-75}
}
Plectin, a cytolinker protein greater than 500 kDa in size, has an important role as a mechanical stabiliser of cells. It interlinks the various cytoskeletal filament systems and anchors intermediate filaments to peripheral junctional complexes. In addition, there is increasing evidence that plectin acts as a scaffolding platform that controls the spatial and temporal localisation and interaction of signaling proteins. In this study we show that, in differentiated mouse myotubes, plectin binds… CONTINUE READING

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