The Structure and Regulation of Human Muscle α-Actinin

Abstract

The spectrin superfamily of proteins plays key roles in assembling the actin cytoskeleton in various cell types, crosslinks actin filaments, and acts as scaffolds for the assembly of large protein complexes involved in structural integrity and mechanosensation, as well as cell signaling. α-actinins in particular are the major actin crosslinkers in muscle Z… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2014.10.056

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@inproceedings{Ribeiro2014TheSA, title={The Structure and Regulation of Human Muscle α-Actinin}, author={Euripedes de Almeida Ribeiro and Nikos Pinotsis and Andrea Ghisleni and Anita P.T. Salmazo and Petr V. Konarev and J{\'u}lius Ko{\vs}ťan and Bj{\"{o}rn Sj{\"{o}blom and Claudia Schreiner and Anton A. Polyansky and Eirini A. Gkougkoulia and Mark R. Holt and Finn L. Aachmann and Bojan Zagrovic and Enrica Bordignon and Katharina F. Pirker and Dmitri I. Svergun and Mathias Gautel and Kristina Djinovi{\'c}-Carugo}, booktitle={Cell}, year={2014} }