SPECTRIN‐LIKE PROTEINS IN GREEN ALGAE (DESMIDIACEAE)

@article{Holzinger1999SPECTRINLIKEPI,
  title={SPECTRIN‐LIKE PROTEINS IN GREEN ALGAE (DESMIDIACEAE)},
  author={A. Holzinger and N. Ruijter and Anne Mie Emons and U. Luetz-Meindl},
  journal={Cell Biology International},
  year={1999},
  volume={23}
}
  • A. Holzinger, N. Ruijter, +1 author U. Luetz-Meindl
  • Published 1999
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Cell Biology International
  • Immunochemical detection of actin as well as spectrin‐like proteins have been carried out in the green algae Micrasterias denticulata, Closterium lunula, and Euastrum oblongum. In these algae, actin is detected on Western blots at 43kDa with antibodies to actin from higher plant and animal origin. By use of antibodies to human and chicken erythrocyte spectrin a cross‐reactivity with desmid proteins is found at about the molecular mass of 220kDa, where also human erythrocyte spectrin is detected… CONTINUE READING
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