Studies on proteins that co-purify with smooth muscle vinculin: identification of immunologically related species in focal adhesions of nonmuscle and Z-lines of muscle cells

@article{Wilkins1986StudiesOP,
  title={Studies on proteins that co-purify with smooth muscle vinculin: identification of immunologically related species in focal adhesions of nonmuscle and Z-lines of muscle cells},
  author={John A. Wilkins and Mary A Risinger and Sasa Lin},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1986},
  volume={103},
  pages={1483 - 1494}
}
Membrane extracts from chicken smooth muscle contain, along with filamin, vinculin and alpha actinin, a group of polypeptides that have the ability to interact with the "barbed end" of actin filaments. These low molecular mass polypeptides were designated as HA1 (Wilkins, J.A., and S. Lin, 1986, J. Cell Biol., 102:1085-1092). In this study, polyclonal antibodies raised against the HA1 preparation were used to study the cellular localization and tissue distribution of these polypeptides… CONTINUE READING

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