EDTA-light chain
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.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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