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Cytoskeleton
Cytoskeleton The cytoskeleton is a cellular "scaffolding" or "skeleton" contained ... for example) and cellular division. The eukaryotic cytoskeleton. Actin filaments are shown in red, microtubules ... of keratin filaments inside cells. The eukaryotic cytoskeleton Eukaryotic cells contain three kinds of cytoskeletal ... strongly bound) and heterogeneous constitutents of the cytoskeleton. They organize the internal tridimensional structure ...
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Category:Cytoskeleton
Category:Cytoskeleton The main article for this category is Cytoskeleton. Proteins of the Cytoskeleton microfilaments - Actins | Myosins | Other actin-binding proteins * Prokaryotic cytoskeleton intermediate filaments - Keratins | Type III IF proteins ... Other microtubule-associated proteins Pages in category "Cytoskeleton" There are 21 pages in this ...
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Image:Cytoskeleton-color.gif
Image:Cytoskeleton-color.gif Image File history File links Cytoskeleton-color.gif http://www.cancerquest.org/index ...
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Diffuse axonal injury
... disruption to and proteolytic degradation of the cytoskeleton (Iwata et al., 2004). It also opens ... and proteolytic enzymes, damaging mitochondria and the cytoskeleton, and activating secondary messengers , which can lead ... of the cell (Wolf et al., 2001). Cytoskeleton disruption Axons are normally elastic, but when ... stretched they become brittle, and the axonal cytoskeleton can be broken. It is thought that ... matrix outside the cell and to the cytoskeleton within it can transmit forces from ...
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Cell (biology)
... endoplasmic reticulum (ER), (6) Golgi apparatus, (7) Cytoskeleton, (8) smooth ER, (9) mitochondria, (10) vacuole ... molecules into and out of the cell. Cytoskeleton - a cell's scaffold Main article: Cytoskeleton The cytoskeleton is an important, complex, and dynamic cell ... great number of proteins associated with the cytoskeleton, each controlling a cell's structure ...
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Cell (biology) (Psychology wiki)
... endoplasmic reticulum (ER), (6) Golgi apparatus , (7) Cytoskeleton , (8) smooth ER, (9) mitochondria , (10) vacuole ... into and out of the cell. [edit] Cytoskeleton: A cell's scaffold Main article: Cytoskeleton The cytoskeleton is an important, complex, and dynamic cell ... great number of proteins associated with the cytoskeleton, each controlling a cell's structure ...
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Talk:Evolution of flagella/references
... his 1992 (b) paper "Origin of the Cytoskeleton" Cavalier-Smith refers to his earlier work ... others on the origin of the cilium, cytoskeleton, and components thereof (and a few on ... Cavalier-Smith, T. (1992b). "Origin of the cytoskeleton," in The Origin and evolution of the ... status and future questions." Cell Motilityand the Cytoskeleton, 32(2): 136-144. [28] McQuade, A ... T. J. (1995). "Evolution of a dynamic cytoskeleton." Philosophical Transactions: Biological Sciences(Evolution of ...
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Cell adhesion   (translated from Japanese)
... but as for the cell for gluing Cytoskeleton There are also times when it has ...
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Arp2/3 complex
... old ones and form a functional actin cytoskeleton . Capping proteins limit actin polymerization to the ... specialized cell functions that involve the actin cytoskeleton. The complex is found in cellular regions ... and temporal regulation of actin polymerization for cytoskeleton formation through Arp2/3 complex and WASP/WAVE proteins. Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton 51: 113-122. ^ Aguda, A., Burtnick, L ... in endocytosis, cytokinesis, and chemotaxis. Cell Motil. Cytoskeleton 50, 115–128 ^ Magdalena, J., Millard, T. ...
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List of types of proteins
... made for each of these categories; see cytoskeleton (below) for an example. Note: some proteins ... Dynein motor proteins are also in the cytoskeleton category. See the wikipedia Motor protein article ... or assembly within or outside a cell." Cytoskeleton The cytoskeleton is composed of protein filaments in the cytoplasm. The wikipedia Cytoskeleton category. extracellular matrix "A layer consisting ...
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