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    • The Actin Binding Protein, Fesselin, is a Member of the Synaptopodin Family 

      Schroeter, Mechthild M.; Beall, Brent; Heid, Hans W.; Chalovich, Joseph M. (East Carolina University, 2008-07)
      Fesselin is a natively unfolded protein that is abundant in avian smooth muscle. Like many natively unfolded proteins, fesselin has multiple binding partners including actin, myosin, calmodulin and α-actinin. Fesselin ...
    • Fesselin, a Synaptopodin-like Protein, Stimulates Actin Nucleation and Polymerization 

      Beall, Brent; Chalovich, Joseph M. (East Carolina University, 2001-11-27)
      Fesselin is a proline-rich actin binding protein that has recently been isolated from smooth muscle [Leinweber, B. D., Fredricksen, R. S., Hoffman, D. R., and Chalovich, J. M. (1999) J. Muscle Res. Cell Motil. 20, 539–545]. ...