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In nonmuscle cells tropomyosins may have other functions in addition to modulating actin-myosin interactions. , 1989), perhaps by direct binding competition or conceivably by a direct interaction between gelsolin and tropomyosin (Koepf & Burtnick, 1992). The larger tropomyosin isotypes are more effective in gelsolin inhibition than the small isotypes. , 1991a). , 1989). Like tropomyosin, caldesmon exists as a large form in muscle, and as a smaller form in nonmuscle cells. In the latter tissues it is thought that caldesmon may regulate acto-myosin interactions in a calcium sensitive manner (Walsh, 1993).
There are eight distinct annexin types in mammals, and possibly several more. An actin binding motif has been identified (Table 8), which is within an annexin repeat and thus present in a recognizable form in many of the group members. Annexin VI has two of these actin binding repeats and this may explain its unique ability (within the annexins) to bundle actin and localize to bundles within the cell. The apparent conserved actin binding motif probably means that actin binding is a general property of the annexins.
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