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Anti-tropomyosin antibodies co-localise with actin microfilaments and label plasmodesmata

Faulkner, Christine R; Blackman, Leila; Collings, David; Cordwell, Stuart J; Overall, Robyn L


The actin cytoskeleton and associated actin-binding proteins form a complex network involved in a number of fundamental cellular processes including intracellular trafficking. In plants, both actin and myosin have been localised to plasmodesmata, and thus it is likely that other actin-binding proteins are also associated with plasmodesmata structure or function. A 75-kDa protein, enriched in plasmodesmata-rich cell wall extracts from the green alga Chara corallina, was sequenced and found to...[Show more]

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Date published: 2009
Type: Journal article
Source: European Journal of Cell Biology
DOI: 10.1016/j.ejcb.2009.02.184


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