S100a0 (alpha alpha) protein in cardiac muscle. Isolation from human cardiac muscle and ultrastructural localization.

@article{Haimoto1988S100a0A,
  title={S100a0 (alpha alpha) protein in cardiac muscle. Isolation from human cardiac muscle and ultrastructural localization.},
  author={Hajime Haimoto and Kanefusa Kato},
  journal={European journal of biochemistry},
  year={1988},
  volume={171 1-2},
  pages={409-15}
}
S100 protein, an acidic and calcium-binding protein, was believed to be localized in the nervous tissue, but recently it has been reported to be mainly present in the cardiac and the skeletal muscles of various mammals in the alpha alpha form (S100a0) at much higher levels than the nervous tissues. We isolated here S100 protein from human cardiac muscles. The isolated cardiac muscle S100 protein showed a single band on electrophoresis at the same position as that of human skeletal muscle S100a0… CONTINUE READING

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