Actin-associated proteins and cardiomyopathy-the 'unknown' beyond troponin and tropomyosin.

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Abstract

It has been known for several decades that mutations in genes that encode for proteins involved in the control of actomyosin interactions such as the troponin complex, tropomyosin and MYBP-C and thus regulate contraction can lead to hereditary hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. In recent years, it has become apparent that actin-binding proteins not directly involved in the regulation of contraction also can exhibit changed expression levels, show altered subcellular localisation or bear mutations that might lead to hereditary cardiomyopathies. The aim of this review is to look beyond the troponin/tropomyosin mechanism and to give an overview of the different types of actin-associated proteins and their potential roles in cardiomyocytes. It will then discuss recent findings relevant to their involvement in heart disease.
Original languageEnglish
Article number10.1007/s12551-018-0428-1
Pages (from-to)1121
Number of pages1128
JournalBiophysical Reviews
Volume10
Issue number4
Early online date2018
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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