tubulin

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tubulin

[′tü·byə·lən]
(biochemistry)
A globular protein containing two subunits; 10-14 molecules are arranged to form a microtubule.
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Zhou, "Expression of alpha-tubulin and MDR1 and their correlation with the biological features of non-small cell lung carcinoma," Chinese Journal of Oncology, vol.
To normalize the total amount of cDNA in each reaction, cotton alpha-tubulin gene was co-amplified as the internal control.
Name of Corresponding Homologous gene after BLAST searching cDNA clone genomic clone (% nucleotide sequence identity) STUB1 9-1 Hordeum vulgare alpha-tubulin 3 (90%) accession number AJ132399 SPRP1 10-1,14-1 Zea mays proline-rich protein (84%) accession number Y17332 SAQ1 16-1 Zea mays plasma membrane MIP protein (pip2) (96%) accession number AF131201 SEF1[alpha] 19-1 Zea mays Elongation factor 1[alpha] (93%) accession number U76259