fascin

Actin filament-bundling protein (58 kD) from sea-urchin eggs.

Fascin

Fascin is an actin cross-linking protein. It is a 54-58 kilodalton monomeric actin filament bundling protein originally isolated from sea urchin egg but also found in Drosophila and vertebrates, including humans. Fascin (from the Latin for bundle) is spaced at 11 nanometre intervals along the filament. The bundles in cross section are seen to be h...
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fascin

<protein> Actin filament bundling protein (58 kD) from sea urchin eggs. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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fascin

Type: Term Pronunciation: fas′in Definitions: 1. Actin-binding protein present in most cases of Hodgkin lymphoma, in some non-Hodgkin lymphomas, and in dendritic reticulum cells.
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