actin filament

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actin filament

actin filament

Defects in Dynamics and Functions of Actin Filament in Arabidopsis Caused by the Dominant-Negative Actin fiz1-Induced Fragmentation of Actin Filament

Cooperative Association of Actin Protomers and Crosslinked Actin Oligomers in Filaments at Low Ionic Strength

Endothelin converting enzyme is located on α-actin filaments in smooth muscle cells

Tetrahymena Fimbrin Localized in the Division Furrow Bundles Actin Filaments in a Calcium-Independent Manner

Microtubule-associated protein 4 binds to actin filaments and modulates their properties

AtFH1 formin mutation affects actin filament and microtubule dynamics in Arabidopsis thaliana

Hyperosmotic stress‐induced actin filament reorganization in leaf cells of Chlorophyton comosum

Preliminarily Investigating the Polymorphism of Self-organized Actin Filament in Vitro by Atomic Force Microscope

Regulated Crosslinked Actin Filaments and the Decoupling between Their ATPase Activity and Sliding Motility

Convoluted Plasma Membrane Domains in the Green Alga Chara are Depleted of Microtubules and Actin Filaments

Actin Filaments Purified from Tobacco Cultured BY-2 Cells Can Be Translocated by Plant Myosin

Direct observation of the actin filament by tip-scan atomic force microscopy

ABP41 is Involved in the Pollen Tube Development via Fragmenting Actin Filaments

Arabidopsis FIM5 decorates apical actin filaments and regulates their organization in the pollen tube

Periodic Binding of Troponin C.I and Troponin I to Tropomyosin-Actin Filaments

Modification of physicochemical properties of actin filaments suppresses cell fragmentation in the execution phase of staurosporine-induced apoptotic processes

Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer between Points on Tropomyosin and Actin in Skeletal Muscle Thin Filaments: Does Tropomyosin Move?


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The thinner of the two filaments in a muscle fibre. It consists of actin, tropomyosin, and troponin. One end of each actin filament is attached to a z-line. See also sarcomere.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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