Concentration of cytokinesis proteins

Range Myosin II 0.45: α-actinin 0.22: Mid1p 0.09 μM
Organism Fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe
Reference D.N. Robinson, Y.-S. Kee, T. Luo and A. Surcel, Understanding How Dividing Cells Change Shape. In: Edward H. Egelman, editor: Comprehensive Biophysics, Vol 7, Cell Biophysics, Denis Wirtz. Oxford: Academic Press, 2012. pp. 48-72. p.66 right column top paragraph
Primary Source Wu, J.-Q. Pollard, T. D. Counting cytokinesis proteins globally and locally in fission yeast. Science 2005, 310, 310–314.PubMed ID16224022
Method (Primary source:)"Fusion yellow fluorescence protein (YFP)-cytokinesis protein measured by fluorescence or flow cytometry."
Comments "With the exception of actin, nearly all of the rest are found in submicromolar concentrations across the cell (e.g., overall concentration of myosin II is 0.45µM, that of a-actinin is 0.22µM, and that of Mid1p is 0.09µM, (primary source))."
Entered by Uri M
ID 109575