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Interactions between recombinant conventional squid kinesin and native myosin-V


, : Interactions between recombinant conventional squid kinesin and native myosin-V. Biological Bulletin 205(2): 188-190

Part of a special section of papers from the 2003 General Scientific Meetings of the Marine Biological Laboratory held at Woods Hole, Massachusetts, on August 11-13. The functional significance of the interactions between kinesin and myosin-V was examined. Affinity column isolation revealed that recombinant, His-labeled, squid kinesin tail fragment binds to squid brain myosin-V. The recombinant tail fragment is a useful tool for identifying specific binding partners of kinesin and potentially for studies of kinesin-mediated vesicle transport.

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PMID: 14583522

DOI: 10.2307/1543245


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