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Spectrin (fodrin)

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Beck, K. A. & Nelson, W. J. (1998) A spectrin membrane skeleton of the Golgi complex, Biochem.Biophys.Acta. 1404, 153-160.

Byers, T. J., Husain-Chishti, A., Dubreuil, R. R., Branton, D. & Goldstein, L. S. B. (1989) Sequence similarity of the amino-terminal domain of Drosophila beta spectrin to alpha actinin and dystrophin., J. Cell Biol. 109:, 1633-1641.

Chasis, J. A., Agre, P. & Mohandas, N. (1988) Decreased membrane mechanical stability and in vivo loss of surface area reflect spectrin deficiencies in hereditary spherocytosis, J.Clin.Invest. 82, 617-623.

Correas, I., Speicher, D. W. & Marchesi, V. T. (1986) Structure of the spectrin-actin binding site of erythrocyte., J.Biol.Chem. 261, 13362-13366.

Davidson, M. D. & Critchley, D. R. (1988) a-actinins and the DMD protein contain spectrin-like repeats., Cell. 52, 159-160.

Discher, D., Parra, M., Conboy, J. G. & Mohandas, N. (1993) Mechanochemistry of the alternatively spliced spectrin-actin binding domain in membrane skeletal protein 4.1., J. Biol.Chem. 268, 7186-7195.

Eskelinen, S., Huotari, V., Sormunen, R., Palovuori, R., Kok, J. W. & Lehto, V.-P. (1992) Low intracellular pH induces redistriubtion of fodrin and instabilization of lateral walls in MDCK cells, J.Cell.Physiol. 150, 122-133.

Fath, K. R., Trimbur, G. M. & Burgess, D. R. (1997) Molecular motors and a spectrin matrix associate with golgi membranes in vitro, J.Cell Biol. 139, 1169-1181.

Flick, M. J. & Konieczny, S. F. (2000) The muscle regulatory and structural protein MLP is a cytoskeletal binding partner of bI-spectrin., J.Cell Sci. 113, 1553-1564.

Grum, V. L., Li, D., MacDonald, R. I. & Mondragón, A. (1999) Structures of two repeats of spectrin suggest models of flexibility., Cell. 98, 523-535.

Hartwig, J. H. (1994) Actin-binding proteins .1. spectrin superfamily - introduction, Protein Profile. 1, 711.

Hartwig, J. H. (1995) Actin-binding proteins 1 - spectrin superfamily, Protein Profile, 703-800.

Holleran, E. A., Ligon, L. A., Tokito, M., Stankewich, M. C., Morrow, J. S. & Holzbaur, E. L. F. (2001) bIII spectrin binds to the Arp1subunit of dynactin, J.Biol.Chem. 276, 36598-36605.

Holleran, E. A., Tokito, M. K., Karki, S. & Holzbaur, E. L. F. (1996) Centractin (ARP1) associates with spectrin revealing a potential mechanism to link dynactin to intracellular organelles, J.Cell Biol. 135, 1815-1829.

Kakhniashvili, D. G., Chaudhary, T., Zimmer, W. E., Bencsath, F. A., Jardine, I. & Goodman, S. R. (2001) Erythrocyte spectrin is an E2 ubiuitin conjugating enzyme., Biochemistry. 40, 11630-11642.

Karinch, A. M., Zimmer, W. E. & Goodman, S. R. (1990) The identification and sequence of the actin-binding domain of human red blood cell b-spectrin, J. Biol. Chem. 265, 11833-11840.

Li, X., Matsuoka, Y. & Bennett, V. (1998) Adducin prefferentially recruits spectrin to the fast growing ends of actin filaments in a complex requiring the MARKS-related domain and a newly defined oligomerization domain, J.Biol.Chem. 273, 19329-19338.

Malorni, W., Straface, E., Pagano, G., Monti, D., Zatterale, A., Del Principe, D., Deeva, I. B., Franceschi, C., Masella, R. & Korkina, L. G. (2000) Cytoskeletal alterations of erthyrocytes from patients withFanconi's anemia., FEBS letters.

Matsuoka, Y., Li, X. & Bennett, V. (2001) Adducin is an in vivo substrate for protein kinase C: Phosphorylation in the MARKS-related domain inhibits activity in promoting spectrin-actin complexes nd occurs in many cells, including dendritic spines of neurons., J.Cell Biol. 142, 485-497.

Neill, G. W. & Crompton, M. R. (2001) Binding of the merlin-1 product of the neuroblastomatosis type 2 tumour suppressor gene to a novel site in b-fodrin is regulated by association between merlin domains., Biochem. J. 358, 727-735.

Shartava, A., Monteiro, C. A., Bencsath, F. A., Schneider, K., Chait, B. T., Gussio, R., Casoria-Scott, L. A., Shah, A. K. & Heuerman, C. A. (1995) A posttranslational modification of b-actin contributes to the slow dissociation of the spectrin-protein 4.1-actin complex of irreversibly sickled cells, J. Cell Biol. 128, 805-818.

Thomas, G. H. (2001) Spectrin: the ghost in the machine., BioEssays. 23, 152-160.

Thomas, G. H. & Williams, J. A. (1999) Dynamic rearrangement of the spectrin membrane skeleton during the generation of epithelial polarity in Drosophila., J.Cell Sci. 112, 2843-2852.

Viel, A. (1999) a-actinin and spectrin structures: an unfolding story, FEBS letters.

 
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