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R728 Current Biology Vol 10 No 20 Cellular regulation of
 

Summary: R728 Current Biology Vol 10 No 20
Primer
Cellular regulation of
actin network
assembly
Kurt J. Amann and
Thomas D. Pollard
Actin is a defining feature of
eukaryotes, where it commonly is
one of the most abundant proteins.
Actin filaments participate in
biological processes ranging from
amoeboid movements of protozoa
and human white blood cells to
muscle contraction. Some of these
processes including muscle
contraction and cytokinesis require
motor proteins of the myosin family,
which move along actin filament
tracks. Other motile processes,

  

Source: Amann, Kurt - Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology Training Program & Department of Zoology, University of Wisconsin at Madison

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine