Regulation and control of myosin-I by the motor and light chain-binding domains.

@article{Greenberg2013RegulationAC,
  title={Regulation and control of myosin-I by the motor and light chain-binding domains.},
  author={M. Greenberg and E. Ostap},
  journal={Trends in cell biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={23 2},
  pages={
          81-9
        }
}
Members of the myosin-I family of molecular motors are expressed in many eukaryotes, where they are involved in a multitude of critical processes. Humans express eight distinct members of the myosin-I family, making it the second largest family of myosins expressed in humans. Despite the high degree of sequence conservation in the motor and light chain-binding domains (LCBDs) of these myosins, recent studies have revealed surprising diversity of function and regulation arising from isoform… Expand

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