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Abstract: A tubulin-like protein was identified in the lower eukaryote Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The following criteria were used: (i) copolymerization of the 35S-labeled yeast protein with porcine brain tubulin; (ii) immunoprecipitation of the 35S-labeled yeast protein with antiflagellar tubulin antibody; (iii) the presence of the yeast protein as a constituent of isolated yeast nuclei; and (iv) splitting of the yeast protein in a gel electrophoretic system containing sodium dodecyl sulfate that resolved the alpha- and beta-tubulin chains from other sources. This protein did not appear to have significant affinity for the plant alkaloid, Colcemid.
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