Structural evidence for the interaction of C-protein (MyBP-C) with actin and sequence identification of a possible actin-binding domain.

@article{Squire2003StructuralEF,
  title={Structural evidence for the interaction of C-protein (MyBP-C) with actin and sequence identification of a possible actin-binding domain.},
  author={John M. Squire and Pradeep K. Luther and Carlo Knupp},
  journal={Journal of molecular biology},
  year={2003},
  volume={331 3},
  pages={713-24}
}
C-protein (MyBP-C) is a myosin-binding protein that is usually seen in two sets of seven to nine positions in the C-zones in each half of the vertebrate striated muscle A-band. Skeletal muscle C-protein is a modular structure containing ten sub-domains (C1 to C10) of which seven are immunoglobulin-type domains and three (C6, C7 and C9) are fibronectin-like domains. Cardiac muscle C-protein has an extra N-terminal domain (C0) and also some sequence insertions, one of which provides… CONTINUE READING

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