Myosin II 0.45: α-actinin 0.22: Mid1p 0.09 μM
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||(Primary source:)"Fusion yellow fluorescence protein (YFP)-cytokinesis protein measured by fluorescence or flow cytometry."
||"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))."