Depolymerizing Phalloidin Stabilized Actin

Stephen P. Driska PhD driska at astro.ocis.temple.edu
Mon Apr 1 17:16:57 EST 1996


Alan Williams (williams at magnolia.pe.net) wrote:
: I'm working on isolating cytoskeletal bound proteins and am interested in 
: treatments to depolymerized phalloidin stabilized F-actin.  Any ideas or 
: pointers to published work would be appreciated.

: Thanks, Alan Williams



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: Alan Williams
: University of California, Riverside   "Where observation is concerned,    
: Dept. of Botany and Plant Sciences     chance favors the prepared mind."
: alanjohn at galaxy.ucr.edu                            -- Louis Pasteur


	I don't remember if KI (potassium iodide) works on actin in 
the presence of phalloidin.  KI has been used by muscle biochemists for 
years because it depolymerizes actin, pretty much irreversibly as I recall.
Half-molar concentrations or so were used.....
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