ADF-H domain

(= ADF-homology domain) An actin-binding module found in an extensive family of proteins with three phylogenetically distinct classes, ADF/cofilins, twinfilins and drebin/ABP-1s.

ADF-H domain

In molecular biology, ADF-H domain (actin-depolymerising factor homology domain) is an approximately 150 amino acid motif that is present in three phylogenetically distinct classes of eukaryotic actin-binding proteins. The ADF-H domain consists of a six-stranded mixed beta-sheet in which the four central strands (beta2-beta5) are anti-parallel and...
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