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Structure of cytochalasins and cytochalasin B binding sites in human erythrocyte membranes.

Rampal AL, Pinkofsky HB, Jung CY.

Biochemistry. 1980 Feb 19;19(4):679-83.

PMID:
7356953
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Action of cytochalasin D on cytoskeletal networks.

Schliwa M.

J Cell Biol. 1982 Jan;92(1):79-91.

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Cytochalasin D inhibits actin polymerization and induces depolymerization of actin filaments formed during platelet shape change.

Casella JF, Flanagan MD, Lin S.

Nature. 1981 Sep 24;293(5830):302-5. No abstract available.

PMID:
7196996
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Inhibition of actin polymerization in blood platelets by cytochalasins.

Fox JE, Phillips DR.

Nature. 1981 Aug 13;292(5824):650-2. No abstract available.

PMID:
6894786
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Cytochalasin D does not produce net depolymerization of actin filaments in HEp-2 cells.

Morris A, Tannenbaum J.

Nature. 1980 Oct 16;287(5783):637-9.

PMID:
6893622
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Mechanism of action of cytochalasin B on actin.

MacLean-Fletcher S, Pollard TD.

Cell. 1980 Jun;20(2):329-41.

PMID:
6893016
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Phalloidin enhances actin assembly by preventing monomer dissociation.

Coluccio LM, Tilney LG.

J Cell Biol. 1984 Aug;99(2):529-35.

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Disruption of microfilament organization after injection of F-actin capping proteins into living tissue culture cells.

Füchtbauer A, Jockusch BM, Maruta H, Kilimann MW, Isenberg G.

Nature. 1983 Jul 28-Aug 3;304(5924):361-4.

PMID:
6683786
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Direct observation of motion of single F-actin filaments in the presence of myosin.

Yanagida T, Nakase M, Nishiyama K, Oosawa F.

Nature. 1984 Jan 5-11;307(5946):58-60.

PMID:
6537825
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Stimulation of actin ATPase activity by cytochalasins provides evidence for a new species of monomeric actin.

Brenner SL, Korn ED.

J Biol Chem. 1981 Aug 25;256(16):8663-70. No abstract available.

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