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Actin is a globular, roughly 42-kDa highly conserved protein found in all eukaryotic cells where it may be present at concentrations of over 100 μM. It is also one of the most highly-conserved proteins, differing by no more...
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Alpha-skeletal actin induces a subset of muscle genes independently of muscle ... Thymosin beta 4 binds actin in an extended conformation and contacts both the ...
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Actin - Definition of Actin at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary with ... act + -in 2. actin- var. of actino- before a vowel: actinism. actino ...
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Pfam is a large collection of protein families, represented by multiple sequence alignments and ... Each actin protomer binds one molecule of ATP and has ...
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Molecular Cell Biology concentrates on the macromolecules and reactions studied by biochemists, the processes described by cell biologists, and the gene control ...
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All products relating to Actin ... Actin antibody - C-terminal. IHC-P, WB, IHC-Fr. Sheep polyclonal. Reacts with: Hu, Ms, Rat ...
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Get information, facts, and pictures about actin at Encyclopedia.com. ... actin a protein abundantly present in many cells, especially muscle cells, that ...
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Actin Robotics Software improves efficiency by specifying ... Actin works with almost any joint type or hand type and with an ... Actin also provides ...
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Actin (View Printable Version) Straub, a young biochemist in Szent-Györgyi's ... In skeletal muscle, actin compromises about 15% of the total protein. ...
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In skeletal muscle, actin comprises about 15% of the total protein. ... Polymerization of actin in the presence of various ions. ...
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Actin is a 43 kDa protein that is very highly conserved between species. ... Importantly, different actin isotypes have been shown to behave very differently ...
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