nebulin

Family of large matrix proteins (600-900 kD) found in the N-line of the sarcomere of striated muscle. Consist of many (more than 200) repeats of conserved actin-binding motifs; bind to F-actin and may serve as templates for assembly of the sarcomere.

Nebulin

Nebulin is an actin-binding protein which is localized to the thin filament of the sarcomeres in skeletal muscle. It is a very large protein (600-900 kDa) and binds as many as 200 actin monomers. Because its length is proportional to thin filament length, it is believed that nebulin acts as a thin filament `ruler` and regulates thin filament len.....
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nebulin

<protein> Family of large matrix proteins (600-900 kD) found in the N line of the sarcomere of striated muscle. Consist of many (more than 200) repeats of conserved actin binding motifs, bind to F actin and may serve as templates for assembly of the sarcomere. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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nebulin

Type: Term Pronunciation: neb′yū-lin Definitions: 1. A large protein, constituting about 3% of skeletal muscle protein; may aid in the organization of actin filaments as well as in actin polymerization.
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