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  • protein
  • The interaction between the calcium-binding protein S100A4 and the C-terminal fragments of nonmuscle myosin heavy chain IIA has been studied by equilibrium and kinetic methods. (le.ac.uk)
  • Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching of A431/SIP1 cells expressing green fluorescent protein-myosin IIA, immobilised on fibronectin micropatterns to control stress fibre location, yielded a recovery time constant of around 20 s, consistent with in vitro data. (le.ac.uk)
  • Phosphopeptide mapping suggested that the same peptide was phosphorylated under both PMA and glyceraldehyde stimulation, which further extends our previous study of the Ca2+-dependent phosphorylation of this protein (Wilson JR, Ludowyke RI, Biden TJ: Nutrient stimulation results in a rapid Ca2+-dependent threonine phosphorylation of myosin heavy chain in rat pancreatic islets and RINm5F cells. (garvan.org.au)
  • We therefore propose that in beta-cells, in contrast to other secretory cells, phosphorylation of the MHC is more important than that of the RLC for regulation of the myosin II protein complex during insulin secretion. (garvan.org.au)
  • filaments
  • The latter assay demonstrated that S100A4 binds to the filaments and actively promotes disassembly rather than just binding to the myosin monomer and displacing the equilibrium. (le.ac.uk)
  • binds
  • Using site-directed mutants, we conclude that Ca(2+) binds to the EF2 domain of S100A4 with micromolar affinity and that the K(d) value for Ca(2+) is reduced by several orders of magnitude in the presence of myosin target fragments. (le.ac.uk)