Medical Definition of EDTA light chain

1. Myosin light chains (18 kD) from scallop muscle (two per pair of heavy chains), easily extracted by calcium chelation. Although the EDTA light chains do not bind calcium they confer calcium sensitivity on the myosin heavy chains. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of EDTA Light Chain

EDC
EDES
EDFA
EDGAR
EDI
EDM
EDMIn
EDNOS
EDP
EDRF
EDRO
EDS
EDT
EDTA
EDTA-ATPase
EDTA light chain (current term)
EDn
EE
EEA
EEC
EEE
EEE virus
EEG
EEG activation
EEHV
EENT
EEOC
EEPROM
EEPROMs
EET

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