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Academic Article C2 domains from different Ca2+ signaling pathways display functional and mechanistic diversity.
Academic Article Use of fluorescence resonance energy transfer to monitor Ca(2+)-triggered membrane docking of C2 domains.
Academic Article Ca2+-signaling cycle of a membrane-docking C2 domain.
Academic Article Membrane orientation and position of the C2 domain from cPLA2 by site-directed spin labeling.
Academic Article Ca2+ activation of the cPLA2 C2 domain: ordered binding of two Ca2+ ions with positive cooperativity.
Academic Article Specific translocation of protein kinase Calpha to the plasma membrane requires both Ca2+ and PIP2 recognition by its C2 domain.
Academic Article Self-induced docking site of a deeply embedded peripheral membrane protein.
Academic Article Membrane-docking loops of the cPLA2 C2 domain: detailed structural analysis of the protein-membrane interface via site-directed spin-labeling.
Academic Article Independent folding and ligand specificity of the C2 calcium-dependent lipid binding domain of cytosolic phospholipase A2.
Academic Article Location of the membrane-docking face on the Ca2+-activated C2 domain of cytosolic phospholipase A2.
Academic Article Cation charge and size selectivity of the C2 domain of cytosolic phospholipase A(2).
Academic Article Mechanism of specific membrane targeting by C2 domains: localized pools of target lipids enhance Ca2+ affinity.
Concept Group IV Phospholipases A2
Concept Phospholipases A
Concept Phospholipases A2
Concept Phospholipases A2, Cytosolic
Academic Article Lateral diffusion of peripheral membrane proteins on supported lipid bilayers is controlled by the additive frictional drags of (1) bound lipids and (2) protein domains penetrating into the bilayer hydrocarbon core.

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