villin


villin
Microfilament-severing and -capping protein (95 kD) from microvillar core of intestinal epithelial cells. Severs at high calcium concentrations, caps at low.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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  • Villin — protein Name=villin 1 caption= width= HGNCid=12690 Symbol=VIL1 AltSymbols=VIL EntrezGene=7429 OMIM=193040 RefSeq=NM 007127 UniProt=P09327 PDB= ECnumber= Chromosome=2 Arm=q Band=35 LocusSupplementaryData= q36protein Name=villin 2 (ezrin) caption=… …   Wikipedia

  • villin — An actin binding protein that, at low calcium ion concentrations, nucleates polymerization of actin filaments; micromolar Ca2+ causes v. to sever actin filaments into short fragments. * * * vil·lin (vilґin) an actin binding protein, found in the… …   Medical dictionary

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  • Philippe Villin — (23 octobre 1954 ) est un banquier d affaires, ancien élève de l ENA. Il a été le vice Président directeur général du Figaro puis Président de France Soir[1]. Chevalier de la Légion d Honneur …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • VIL2 — Villin 2 (ezrin), also known as VIL2, is a human gene.The cytoplasmic peripheral membrane protein encoded by this gene functions as a protein tyrosine kinase substrate in microvilli. As a member of the ERM protein family, this protein serves as… …   Wikipedia

  • Villina — Estructura proteica de un segmento de la proteína villina. Villina o vilina es una proteína de unión a actina de 92,3 kDa.[1] Como proteína, se trata de una estructura con múltiples dominios tipo gelsolina asociados a una pequeña zona …   Wikipedia Español

  • Helix bundle — A helix bundle is a small protein fold composed of several alpha helices that are usually nearly parallel or antiparallel to each other. Three helix bundlesThree helix bundles are among the smallest and fastest known cooperatively folding… …   Wikipedia

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