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SABD stands for Spectrin Actin Binding Domain

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isoform retains a proper spectrin-actin binding domain and is functionally important for maintaining the correct morphology of mature red cells.
CTD, C-terminal domain; MBD, membrane-binding domain; SABD, spectrin-actin-binding domain. (B) Reaction of anti-4.1 antibodies with recombinant 4.1 proteins.
the N-terminal 30 kDa domain referred to as the FERM domain, the 16 kDa domain, the 10 kDa spectrin-actin binding domain, and the C-terminal 24 kDa domain.
encoded a 1,005-amino acid polypeptide. 4.1G has a high level of similarity to EPB41 in its membrane-binding domain, spectrin/actin-binding domain...
Discovered the existence of isoforms lacking a spectrin actin binding domain which was considered to be a defining role; President at Gareth Phillips Comms Inc...
Discher DE, Winardi R, Schischmanoff PO, Parra M, Conboy JG, Mohandas N. Mechanochemistry of protein 4.1's spectrin-actin-binding domain...
important spectrin-actin binding domain. Todetermine how these rearrangements in protein structure relate to 4.1 gene alterations, wecomparedthe end points ofthese...
130500 - ERYTHROCYTE MEMBRANE PROTEIN BAND 4.1; EPB41 - PROTEIN 4.1, RED BLOOD CELL TYPE; 4; located within the spectrin-actin binding domain...
spectrin/actin-binding domain. Introduction. Protein 4.1 was named after its gel position following SDS polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of erythrocyte proteins.
a spectrin/actin binding domain (SABD). The name Protein 4.1 derives from the gel position of the founding member of the Protein 4.1...
spectrin actin binding domain; Zebrafish (Danio Rerio) Protein 4.1R (4.1R) has been identified as the major component of the human erythrocyte membrane skeleton.
Discher D, Parra M, Conboy JG, Mohandas N. Mechanochemistry of the alternatively spliced spectrin-actin binding domain in membrane skeletal protein 4.1.
we have observed new features of an already complex pattern of alternative splicing within the spectrin/actin binding domain. In particular...
Abbreviations are: CTD, C-terminal domain; MBD, membrane binding domain; and SAB, spectrin-actin binding domain. Full figure and legend (85K) Figure 6.
Selective expression of an erythroid-specific; within the spectrin-actin binding domain; Selective Expression of an Erythroid-Specific Isoform of Protein...
Head Piece; FERM: 4.1, Ezrin, Radixin, Moesin; 16 kDa: 16 kDa; SAB: Spectrin/Actin Binding domain; CTD: C-terminal domain...
Biochemical identification of rearrangements in the spectrin/actin binding domain and functional - Marchesi, Conboy, et al. - 1990 (Show Context) 1: The red cell...
Protein 4.1(68/65) mRNA lacks sequences encoding the functionally important spectrin-actin binding domain due to a 240 nucleotide (nt)...
Antibodies raised against erythrocyte protein 4.1 or synthetic peptides corresponding to the spectrin-actin-binding domain of protein 4.1 react with plasma...
development makes How a single gene makes different forms of protein as needed: Contact; one whose spectrin-actin binding domain doesn't work.
Multiple protein 4.1 isoforms produced by alternative splicing in human erythroid; spectrin/actin binding domain; Isoforms Produced by Alternative Splicing in...
One of these motifs, located within the spectrin-actin binding domain, is found only in erythroid cells and is specifically produced during erythroid cell maturation.
1. J Cell Biol. 1995 Aug;130(4):897-907. Mechanochemistry of protein 4.1's spectrin-actin-binding domain: ternary complex interactions, membrane binding, network...
These studies have thus enabled us to establish the importance of the spectrin-actin binding domain in regulating the mechanical stability of the erythrocyte membrane.
Mechanochemistry of Protein 4.1's Spectrin-Actin-Binding Domain: Ternary Complex Interactions, Membrane Binding, Network Integration, Structural Strengthening
The spectrin-actin-binding domain of protein 4.1 is encoded by a 21-amino acid alternative exon and a 59-amino acid constitutive exon.
Mechanochemistry of the alternatively spliced spectrin-actin binding domain in membrane skeletal protein 4.1.
we showed that the 8 aa motif (LKKNFMES) within the 10 kDa spectrin-actin-binding domain of 4.1R plays a critical role in binding of 4.1R to actin.
Mechanochemistry of the alternatively spliced spectrin-actin binding domain in membrane skeletal protein 4.1 on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.
Vertebrate 4.1 proteins have a spectrin-actin-binding (SAB) domain, which is lacking in all the invertebrate 4.1 proteins indentified so far, and it was therefore...