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Expression of actin binding proteins associated with the reorganization of actin filament in postnatal mouse brain.

陳俊雄 , Masters  Advisor:劉英明  

繁體中文 DOI: 10.6845/NCHU.2006.00443 DOI

肌動蛋白微絲細胞骨架聚合�裂解細胞極性細胞分裂細胞運動細胞形狀維持真核細胞核酸序列高度保留分子區域氨基酸真菌哺乳動物細胞間連結卵細胞减數分裂專一表現基因產物核酸定位胚體發育階段大腦初始構造背脊腦室區背根神經結嗅葉大腦皮質海馬迴小腦基因表現免疫抗體蛋白表現免疫蛋白共同沉澱actin polymerization/depolymerizationcell shapemobilitymuscle contractionformingene mutationlimb deformitychick embryobudding yeastactin capping proteincell divisionnucleotide sequencehighly conseved regionsFH1 and FH2 domainpraline-rich sequenceprofilinactin binding proteinnucleotide-actin exchange ratecoiled-coil domaingene knock out (KO) micemeiosisoocytesformin homologous proteins (formin-2)embryonic and adult brainneuronal cellsmRNA expressionpostnatal brainspostnatal brain developmentantibody against mouse formin proteinsco-immunoprecipitationsprotein-protein interactionssemi-quantitative RT-PCRimmunoblottingneurogenesis

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