K. Maciver, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
is the most abundant protein in the typical eukaryotic cell, accounting
for about 15% in some cell types. The protein is highly conserved,
and forms a huge variety of structure in cells in concert with a huge
numbers of actin binding proteins. Information on these proteins
and their function is offered below:-
Family - Pages devoted to these pivotal actin
severing and depolymerizing proteins.