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Calcium-Induced Changes in the Location and Conformation of Troponin in Skeletal Muscle Thin Filaments

Visualization of cardiac muscle thin filaments and measurement of their lengths by electron tomography

Congenital myopathy-causing tropomyosin mutations induce thin filament dysfunction via distinct physiological mechanisms

Thin filament length dysregulation contributes to muscle weakness in nemaline myopathy patients with nebulin deficiency

Ca2+- and Sl-Induced Conformational Changes of Reconstituted Skeletal Muscle Thin Filaments Observed by Fluorescence Energy Transfer Spectroscopy: Structural Evidence for Three States of Thin Filament

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

Ca2+-and S1-Induced Movement of Troponin T on Mutant Thin Filaments Reconstituted with Functionally Deficient Mutant Tropomyosin

Ca2+-Induced Distance Change between Points on Actin and Troponin in Skeletal Muscle Thin Filaments Estimated by Fluorescence Energy Transfer Spectroscopy

Protein Osmotic Pressure and Cross-Bridge Attachment Determine the Stiffness of Thin Filaments in Muscle Ex Vivo

Ca2 +S1-Induced Movement of Troponin T on Reconstituted Skeletal Muscle Thin Filaments Observed by Fluorescence Energy Transfer Spectroscopy

Differential interactions of thin filament proteins in two cardiac troponin T mouse models of hypertrophic and dilated cardiomyopathies

Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer between Points on Actin and the C-Terminal Region of Tropomyosin in Skeletal Muscle Thin Filaments

88 HCM and DCM mutations in thin filament proteins have opposite effects on regulation of contractility in vitro

 

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The F-actin filaments (7–9 nm diameter) of the sarcomere. They are attached to the Z discs of striated muscle and have opposite polarity in each half-sarcomere. The actin is associated with tropomyosin and troponin which regulate the interaction with myosin of the thick filaments.

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