Analysis of Actomyosin-Related Systems:
R.E. Cheney, Purification and Assay of Myosin V.
K. Ayscough, Use of Latrunculin-A, An Actin Monomer Binding Drug.
M.R. Bubb and I. Spector, Use of the F-Actin Binding Drugs, Misakinolide A and Swinholide A.
E.J. Luna, F-Actin Blot Overlays.
J.F. Kelleker, R.D. Mullins, and T.D. Pollard, Purification and Assay of the Arp2/3 Complex from Acanthamoeba castellani.
M.D. Welch and T.J. Mitchison, Purification and Assay of the Platelet Arp2/3 Complex.
K.L. Schmeichel, B.E. Stronach, and M.C. Beckerle, Purification and Assay of Zyxin.
C.E. Turner and M.C. Brown, Purification and Assays for Paxillin.
J. Lacoste, A. Ma, and J.T. Parsons, Assay and Purification of Focal Adhesion Kinase.
T. Jarchau, T. Mund, M. Reinhard, and U. Walter, Purification and Assays of VASP.
J.A. Theriot and D.C. Fung, Listeria monocytogenes-based Assays for Actin Assembly Factors.
Analysis of Microtubule-Related Systems:
A. Desai and T.J. Mitchison, Preparation and Characterization of Caged Fluorescein Tubulin.
D. Meyer, D.R. Rines, A. Kashina, and J.M. Scholey, Purification of Novel Kinesins from Embryonic Systems.
D.W. Pierce and R.D. Vale, Assaying Processive Movement of Kinesin by Fluorescence Microscopy.
J.B. Bingham, S.J. King, and T.A. Schroer, Purification of Dynactin and Dynein from Brain Tissue.
M.P. Sheetz and J. Kumar, Isolation and Characterization of Kinectin.
G.S. Diamantopoulos, T.E. Kreis, and J.E. Rickard, Purification and Assay of CLIP-170.
F. McNally, Purification and Assay of the Microtu
General Description of the Volume: This Methods in Enzymology volume continues the description (initiated in Volume 85) of the purification and assay of this diverse group of proteins involved in cytoplasmic organization. It discusses some of the more promising attempts to apply techniques of molecular biology genetics and molecular cytochemistry to these proteins.
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@introbul:Key Features @bul:* Major topics covered are:
- Analysis of Actinomyosin-Related Systems and of Microtubule-Related Systems
- Other Cytoskeletal Systems
- Cell-Free and Genetic Systems
- Force Production Assays
- General Methods
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