Protein (165kD) found in the M-line of the sarcomere.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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  • Myomesin — is an end line protein that is part of the M line. It is a protein found in the M band of muscle sarcomeres in association with M protein. It is found in both slow and fast muscle fibers while M protein is only found in fast fibers.[1] These… …   Wikipedia

  • MYOM1 — Myomesin 1 (skelemin) 185kDa, also known as MYOM1, is a human gene.cite web | title = Entrez Gene: MYOM1 myomesin 1 (skelemin) 185kDa| url = Cmd=ShowDetailView TermToSearch=8736| accessdate = ] PBB …   Wikipedia

  • MYOM2 — Myomesin (M protein) 2, 165kDa, also known as MYOM2, is a human gene.cite web | title = Entrez Gene: MYOM2 myomesin (M protein) 2, 165kDa| url = Cmd=ShowDetailView TermToSearch=9172| accessdate = ] …   Wikipedia

  • Sarcomere — A band redirects here. For other uses, see A band. Sarcomere Image of sarcomere Latin sarcomerum Code TH …   Wikipedia

  • MYH9 — Myosin, heavy chain 9, non muscle Identifiers Symbols MYH9; DFNA17; EPSTS; FTNS; MGC104539; MHA; NMHC II A; NMMHCA External IDs …   Wikipedia

  • AKAP13 — A kinase (PRKA) anchor protein 13, also known as AKAP13, is a human gene.cite web | title = Entrez Gene: AKAP13 A kinase (PRKA) anchor protein 13| url = Cmd=ShowDetailView TermToSearch=11214|… …   Wikipedia

  • M-line — Central part of the A band of striated muscle (and of the M band) : contains M line protein (myomesin, 165 kD), creatine kinase (40 kD), and glycogen phosphorylase b (90 kD). Involved in controlling the spacing between thick filaments …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • M-protein — (1) Galactoside carrier in E. coli. (2) Cell surface antigen of Brucella. (3) Structural protein in the M line of striated muscle (myomesin). (4) Cell wall protein of streptococci: antibody typing of the M protein is important in identification… …   Dictionary of molecular biology

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