Actin-binding protein anillin

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Actin-binding protein anillin - anillin (1124 aa, ~124 kda) is encoded by the human anln gene. This protein plays a role in in maintaining the structural integrity of the cleavage furrow and in the completion of cell cleavage. Also see anillin

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