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Myosin XIV

This group seems to be exclusive to the apicomplexans such as Toxoplasma (Heintzelman et al, 1997; Hettman et al, 2000; Delbac et al, 2001).
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Delbac, F., Sanger, A., Neuhaus, E. M., Stratmann, R., Ajioka, J. W., Toursel, C., Herm-Gotz, A., Tomavo, S., Soldati, T. & Soldati, D. (2001) Toxoplasma gondii myosins B/C: one gene, two tails, two localizations, and a role in parasite division., J. Cell Biol. 155, 613-623.

Heintzelman, M. B. & Schwartzman, J. D. (1997) A novel class of unconventional myosins from Toxoplasma gondii, J.Mol.Biol. 271, 139-146.

Hettman, C., Herm, A., Geiter, A., Frank, B., Schwarz, E., Soldati, T. & Soldati, D. (2000) A dibasic motif in the tail of a class XIV apicomplexan myosin is an essential determinant of plasma membrane localization., Mol.Biol.Cell. 11, 1385-1400.

Sibley, L. D., Håkansson, S. & Carruthers, V. B. (1998) Gliding motility: An efficient mechanism for cell penetration., Curr.Biol. 8, 12-14.

 
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