Published in Proteomics Weekly, September 20th, 2004
In a recent study, researchers in the Netherlands "isolated a novel transcript with homology to the major microtubule-associated protein in dividing sea urchin embryos, EMAP."
"The protein has a predicted MW of approximately 180 kDa and we have named it Eml5 (EMAP-like protein 5, GenBank accession no. AY445136)," reported V. O'Connor and coauthors working at Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam.
"Eml5 contains 11 putative WD40 domains and 3 hydrophobic stretches of 43 aa, HELP domains, which have been suggested to be involved in microtubule binding," published data...
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