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Thermostable actin-binding proteins from Heracleum sosnowskyi phloem

, : Thermostable actin-binding proteins from Heracleum sosnowskyi phloem. Fiziologiya Rastenii (Moscow) 41(3): 367-373

Thermostable proteins able to bind with F actin were isolated from the leaf petiole phloem of H. sosnowskyi. With respect to some parameters, these proteins could be classified with individual isoforms of tropomyosin. Similarly to tropomyosin, the polypeptides were thermostable, could be precipitated by ammonium sulfate and were able to bind with F actin. Methods for the further identification of these actin-binding thermostable cytoskeleton proteins (to our knowledge, isolated from higher plants for the first time) were discussed as was their participation in the regulation of physiological functions.


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