1SOL Actin-Binding Protein date Sep 29, 1995
title A Pip2 And F-Actin-Binding Site Of Gelsolin, Residue 150- 169 (Nmr, Averaged Structure)
authors W.Xian, R.Vegners, P.A.Janmey, W.H.Braunlin
compound source
Molecule: Gelsolin (150-169)
Chain: A

methodSolution NMR
Primary referenceSpectroscopic studies of a phosphoinositide-binding peptide from gelsolin: behavior in solutions of mixed solvent and anionic micelles., Xian W, Vegners R, Janmey PA, Braunlin WH, Biophys J 1995 Dec;69(6):2695-702. PMID:8599675
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