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Insertin

A proteolytic fragment of tensin.  

References:-

Gaertner , A. and A. Wegner (1991). "Mechanism of the insertion of actin monomers between the barbed ends of actin filaments and barbed end-bound insertin." J. Muscle Res. and Cell Motility 12, 27-36.

Gaertner, A., K. Ruhnau, et al. (1989). "Probing nucleating, cutting and capping of actin filaments." J. Muscle Res. and Cell Motility 10, 1-9.

Li, D.-M. and H. Sun (1998). "PTEN/MMAC1/TEP1 suppresses the tumourogenicity and induces G1 cell cylce arrest in human glioblastoma cells." Proc.Nat.Acad.Sci. USA 95(39), 15406-15411.

Ruhnau, K., A. Gaertner, et al. (1989). "Kinetic evidence for insertion of actin monomers between the barbed ends of actin filaments and barbed end-bound insertin, a protein purified from smooth muscle." J.Mol.Biol. 210, 141-148.

Weight, C., A. Gaertner, et al. (1992). "Occurrence of an actin-inserting domain in tensin." J Mol.Biol. 227, 593-595.

 
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