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Review
. Jan-Feb 1987;59(1):105-15.

[Neurospecific Cytoskeletal Proteins]

[Article in Russian]
  • PMID: 3544407
Review

[Neurospecific Cytoskeletal Proteins]

[Article in Russian]
V A Berezin et al. Ukr Biokhim Zh (1978). .

Abstract

Data available in literature on neurospecific proteins of cytoskeletal structures--microtubules, microfilaments and intermediate filaments are generalized. Properties of tissue-specific cytoskeletal proteins which are typical of nerve cells are summarized. The structure, physicochemical properties, cell localization, metabolism and function of cytoskeletal proteins are characterized. The coexpression and interaction of different cytoskeletal structures are considered. An analysis of neurospecific cytoskeletal proteins is of great practical importance for neurobiology, neurooncology, neurosurgery. The proteins can be used as markers of different pathologies in the nervous system.

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