coilin
(= p80-coilin)
Protein, M(r) 80 kD, (62.6 kD calculated from 576-residue sequence) found in coiled bodies. A relatively short portion of the N-terminus seems to target the protein to the organelle.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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