Other Novel CaMBPs

We are currently focusing on two other novel calmodulin binding proteins: cmbB (CaMBP45) and CaMBP64. Having verified they are CaMBPs, we are making GFP-constructs to study their subcellular localization. In addition, peptides for specific domains and mouse antibodies against them have been made in anticipation of completing the work this summer.

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