5 In addition, colchicine binding to beta-tubulin
results in curved tubulin dimer and prevents it from adopting a straight structure.
The following loci were used for molecular analysis: a) the beta-tubulin
gene, b) the (GTG)5 microsatellite, c) the M13 minisatellite.
Class III beta-tubulin
is a survival factor able to directly contribute to drug resistance (Cicchillitti et al.
Early born lineage of retinal neurons express class III beta-tubulin
Mutations in beta-tubulin
map to domains involved in regulation of microtubule stability in epothilone-resistant cell lines.
Characterisation of a beta-tubulin
gene from Melampsora lini and comparison of fungal beta-tubulin
Tubulin molecules occur as dimers containing one alpha-tubulin (1TUB_A) and one beta-tubulin
Is class III beta-tubulin
a predictive factor in patients receiving tubulin-binding agents?
cDNAs from the parasitic nematode Haemonchus contortus.
Microtubules are essential components of the cytoskeleton consisting of alpha- and beta-tubulin
subunits; as they play critical roles in a range of cellular processes, they are a suitable target for the development of chemotherapeutic drugs to fight human cancer.
One gene encoding beta-tubulin
had been isolated and characterized, which was differentially expressed in cotton fiber (Li et al.
The four genomic regions are: the internal transcribed spacer number 1 of the nuclear rRNA genes operon, the intron of the nuclear 26S rRNA gene, the variable region of the mitochondrial 26S rRNA gene, and the region surrounding the intron number 6 of the beta-tubulin