Membrane-cytoskeleton interactions in animal cells
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The fibronexus: a transmembrane association of fibronectin-containing fibers and bundles of 5 nm microfilaments in hamster and human fibroblasts
Purification of two spectrin-binding proteins: biochemical and electron microscopic evidence for site-specific reassociation between spectrin and bands 2.1 and 4.1
Direct visualization of the binding and internalization of a ferritin conjugate of epidermal growth factor in human carcinoma cells A-431.
Localization of actin and microfilament-associated proteins in the microvilli and terminal web of the intestinal brush border by immunofluorescence microscopy
The membrane attachment protein for spectrin is associated with band 3 in human erythrocyte membranes
The molecular structure of human erythrocyte spectrin. Biophysical and electron microscopic studies.
Restoration of the excitability of squid giant axon by tubulin-tyrosine ligase and microtubule proteins.
A 130K protein from chicken gizzard: its localization at the termini of microfilament bundles in cultured chicken cells
Major membrane protein differences in cilia and flagella: evidence for a membrane-associated tubulin.
On the mechanism of ATP-induced shape changes in human erythrocyte membranes. I. The role of the spectrin complex
Organization of an actin filament-membrane complex. Filament polarity and membrane attachment in the microvilli of intestinal epithelial cells
Transmembrane control of the receptors on normal and tumor cells. I. Cytoplasmic influence over surface components
Association of the epidermal growth factor receptor kinase with the detergent-insoluble cytoskeleton of A431 cells
Platelet membrane glycoprotein IIb/IIIa: member of a family of Arg-Gly-Asp--specific adhesion receptors
A consensus amino-acid sequence repeat in Torpedo and mammalian Ca2+-dependent membrane-binding proteins
Antisense RNA inhibits expression of membrane skeleton protein 4.1 during embryonic development of Xenopus
Helicobacter pylori vacuolating cytotoxin (VacA) alters cytoskeleton-associated proteins and interferes with re-epithelialization of wounded gastric epithelial monolayers
The effects of cytoskeletal altering agents on the surface topography of GM1 in neuro-2A neuroblastoma cell membranes
Ring-shaped organization of cytoskeletal F-actin associated with surface sensory receptors of Schistosoma mansoni: a confocal and electron microscopic study
RGD-mediated adhesion of porcine granulosa cells modulates their differentiation response to FSH in vitro
Cytoskeleton-mediated, age-dependent lateral topography of lectin-gold-labelled molecules on the plasma membrane of cultured neurons: a statistical view
Physico-chemical properties of membranes of recovered erythrocytes in blood autologous transfusion: a study using fluorescence technique
Dark interaction of 5-methoxypsoralen and 8-methoxypsoralen with erythrocyte ghosts: a fluorescence and circular dichroism study
Early impairment and late recovery of synaptic transmission in the rat dentate gyrus following transient forebrain ischemia in vivo
Study on the possible involvement of protein kinases in the modulation of brain presynaptic sodium channels; comparison with calcium channels
Rabbit brain and muscle isoforms containing the carboxy-terminal domain of 427 kDa skeletal muscle dystrophin exhibit similar biochemical properties
Sphingosine 1-phosphate, a specific endogenous signaling molecule controlling cell motility and tumor cell invasiveness
High density of Ca(2+)-dependent K+ and Cl- channels on the luminal membrane of lacrimal acinar cells.
Dictyostelium discoideum plasma membranes contain an actin-nucleating activity that requires ponticulin, an integral membrane glycoprotein.
Activation of protein kinase C results in the displacement of its myristoylated, alanine-rich substrate from punctate structures in macrophage filopodia
Lateral diffusion of nerve growth factor receptor: modulation by ligand-binding and cell-associated factors
Fusion between phagosomes, early and late endosomes: a role for actin in fusion between late, but not early endocytic organelles
2',3'-cyclic nucleotide 3'-phosphodiesterase has characteristics of cytoskeletal proteins. A hypothesis for its function
Seven kinds of intermediate filament networks in the cytoplasm of polarized cells: structure and function.
Effect of hypothyroidism on different forms of actin in rat cerebral neuronal cultures studied by an improved DNase I inhibition assay
Regulation mechanism of the lateral diffusion of band 3 in erythrocyte membranes by the membrane skeleton
Identification of a 48-kDa prenylated protein that associates with microtubules as 2',3'-cyclic nucleotide 3'-phosphodiesterase in FRTL-5 cells
Fast cell membrane displacements in B lymphocytes. Modulation by dihydrocytochalasin B and colchicine
Localization of actin, alpha-actinin, and tropomyosin in bovine spermatozoa and epididymal epithelium
Phosphorylation of MARCKS (80-kDa) protein, a major substrate for protein kinase C in oligodendroglial progenitors
Changes in the apical microfilaments of rat uterine epithelial cells in response to estradiol and progesterone
Application of two-dimensional gel analysis to identification and characterization of tyrosine phosphorylated substrates for growth factor receptors
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