Cover ImageCover picture:The image shows a fibroblast (left) and two cardiac myocytes (center and right) stained for the sarcomeric protein myomesin (in red) and a transfected protein (the NH2-terminal region of myopalladin fused to GFP, in green). The transfected construct encodes a protein with a binding site for the cardiac ankyrin repeat protein (CARP), a protein involved in muscle-specific gene expression, so the transfected myocyte (right) shows disrupted structure relative to the untransfected myocyte (center). See related article in this issue by Bang et al., 413-427, for details.
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