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Concept Cytoskeletal Proteins
Academic Article Functional studies of the protein 4.1 family of junctional proteins in Drosophila.
Academic Article A conserved functional domain of Drosophila coracle is required for localization at the septate junction and has membrane-organizing activity.
Academic Article The FERM domain: a unique module involved in the linkage of cytoplasmic proteins to the membrane.
Academic Article The protein 4.1, ezrin, radixin, moesin (FERM) domain of Drosophila Coracle, a cytoplasmic component of the septate junction, provides functions essential for embryonic development and imaginal cell proliferation.
Academic Article ERM proteins and merlin: integrators at the cell cortex.
Academic Article Moesin functions antagonistically to the Rho pathway to maintain epithelial integrity.
Academic Article Self-masking in an intact ERM-merlin protein: an active role for the central alpha-helical domain.
Academic Article FERMing up the plasma membrane.
Academic Article Understanding ERM proteins--the awesome power of genetics finally brought to bear.
Academic Article A Drosophila homologue of membrane-skeleton protein 4.1 is associated with septate junctions and is encoded by the coracle gene.
Academic Article Merlin and the ERM proteins--regulators of receptor distribution and signaling at the cell cortex.
Academic Article Ezrin, Radixin and Moesin: key regulators of membrane-cortex interactions and signaling.
Academic Article Drosophila coracle, a member of the protein 4.1 superfamily, has essential structural functions in the septate junctions and developmental functions in embryonic and adult epithelial cells.
Academic Article Organizing the cell cortex: the role of ERM proteins.

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