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Microtubules, microfilaments and insulin secretion

Microtubules, microfilaments and insulin secretion

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diabetologia(1982)22: 301008 diabetologia 9 springer-verlag1982 r evie w articles microtubules, microfilaments and insulin secretion s. l. howell and m. tyhurst departmentofphysiology,queenelizabethcollege,universityof london,london,uk the first indication that the mechanism of insulin secretion might involve the extrusion of granules by exocytosis came soon after the application of electron microscopic

Microtubules and vesicles under controlled tension

Microtubules and vesicles under controlled tension

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physical review e volume 55, number 1 january 1997 microtubules and vesicles under controlled tension d. kuchnir fygenson,1 m. elbaum,2,* b. shraiman,3 and a. libchaber,1,2 1the center for studies in physics and biology, rockefeller university, 1230 york ave., new york, new york 10021 2nec research institute, 4

Microtubules and Microtubule-Associated Proteins

Microtubules and Microtubule-Associated Proteins

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downloaded from http://cshperspectives.cshlp.org/ on june 20, 2022 - published by cold spring harbor laboratory press microtubules and microtubule-associated proteins holly v. goodson and erin m. jonasson department of chemistry and biochemistry, university of notre dame, notre dame, indiana 46556 correspondence: [email protected] summary microtubules act as “railways” for motor-driven intracellular

Microtubules are major dynamic structural components of the

Microtubules are major dynamic structural components of the

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introduction 8 among the oldest of the world's writings mentioning both benign and malignant tumors are several egyptian papyrus scrolls, dating from approximately 1600 bc. hippocrates, an ancient greek physician, the "father of modern medicine”, first gave the name karkinos and karkinoma (the ancient greek words for "crab") to

MICROTUBULES AND MAPs - MRC Laboratory of Molecular

MICROTUBULES AND MAPs - MRC Laboratory of Molecular

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microtubules and maps by linda a. amos and daniel schlieper mrc laboratory of molecular biology, hills road, cambridge cb2 2qh, uk i. introduction ii. microtubule structure a. subunit lattices b. atomic structure of the protofilament c. atomic structure of a microtubule d. gtp-binding sites e. effect of gtp hydrolysis

Dynein Harnesses Active Fluctuations of Microtubules for

Dynein Harnesses Active Fluctuations of Microtubules for

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dynein harnesses active fluctuations of microtubules for faster movement by yasin ezber a dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy in physics in the graduate division of the university of california, berkeley committee in charge: professor ahmet yildiz, chair professor oskar hallatschek

Free Vibration Analysis of Microtubules as Cytoskeleton

Free Vibration Analysis of Microtubules as Cytoskeleton

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transaction b: mechanical engineering vol. 17, no. 5, pp. 367{375 c sharif university of technology, october 2010 free vibration analysis of microtubules as cytoskeleton components: nonlocal euler-bernoulli beam modeling o . civalek1; and b. akgoz1 abstract. free vibration analysis of microtubules (mts) is presented based on the euler-bernoulli beam

Unrestrained growth of correctly oriented microtubules

Unrestrained growth of correctly oriented microtubules

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biorxiv preprint doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.06.03.446862; this version posted june 3, 2021. the copyright holder for this preprint (which was not certified by peer review) is the author/funder, who has granted biorxiv a license to display the preprint in perpetuity. it is made available under acc-by-nd 4.0 international license. 1 title: unrestrained

Biophysical Analysis Of Microtubules Nonlocal Beam Theory

Biophysical Analysis Of Microtubules Nonlocal Beam Theory

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materials physics and mechanics 40 (2018) 304-312 received: december 23, 2017 biophysical analysis of microtubules nonlocal beam theory mohsen motamedi1, ayesha sohail2* 1faculty of engineering, university of shahreza, p. o. box 86149-56841, isfahan, iran 2department of mathematics, comsats university islamabad, lahore campus 54000, pakistan *e-mail: [email protected] abstract. microtubules

Microtubules in Influenza Virus Entry and Egress

Microtubules in Influenza Virus Entry and Egress

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simpson, c., & yamauchi, y. (2020). microtubules in influenza virus entry and egress. viruses, 12(1), [117]. https://doi.org/10.3390/v12010117 publisher's pdf, also known as version of record license (if available): cc by link to published version (if available): 10.3390/v12010117 link to publication record in explore bristol research pdf-document this is the final

The synaptic life of microtubules - Columbia Neurology

The synaptic life of microtubules - Columbia Neurology

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available online at www.sciencedirect.com sciencedirect current opinion in neurobiology the synaptic life of microtubules clarissa waites2, xiaoyi qu1,a and francesca bartolini1 abstract in neurons, control of microtubule dynamics is required for multiple homeostatic and regulated activities. over the past few decades, a great deal has been learned

Objectives, Outlines, and Preparation for the Resist Tubule

Objectives, Outlines, and Preparation for the Resist Tubule

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trans. jsass aerospace tech. japan vol. 10, no. ists28, pp. tp_1-tp_5, 2012 topics objectives, outlines, and preparation for the resist tubule space experiment to understand the mechanism of gravity resistance in plants by takayuki hoson1), haruhiko akamatsu1), kouichi soga1), kazuyuki wakabayashi1), hirofumi hashimoto2), masamichi yamashita2), katsuya hasegawa2), sachiko yano3),

Imaging, Tracking and Computational Analyses of Virus Entry

Imaging, Tracking and Computational Analyses of Virus Entry

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1 review 2 imaging, tracking and computational analyses of 3 virus entry and egress with the cytoskeleton 4 i-hsuan wang 1,†, christoph j. burckhardt 2,†, a. yakimovich 3 and urs f. greber 4,* 5 1 division of virology, institute of medical science, the university of tokyo, tokyo

Actin-based protrusions lead microtubules during stereotyped

Actin-based protrusions lead microtubules during stereotyped

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biorxiv preprint doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.10.24.353284; this version posted october 24, 2020. the copyright holder for this preprint (which was not certified by peer review) is the author/funder, who has granted biorxiv a license to display the preprint in perpetuity. it is made available under acc-by 4.0 international license. actin-based protrusions lead

Microtubule Stabilization in Pressure Overload Cardiac

Microtubule Stabilization in Pressure Overload Cardiac

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microtubule stabilization in pressure overload cardiac hypertrophy hiroshi sato, toshio nagai, dhandapani kuppuswamy, takahiro narishige, masaaki koide, donald r. menick, and george cooper iv cardiology section of the department of medicine and the department of physiology, gazes cardiac research institute, medical university of south carolina and the veterans administration medical

The nano-architecture of the axonal cytoskeleton - THE ROY

The nano-architecture of the axonal cytoskeleton - THE ROY

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reviews the nano-architecture of the axonal cytoskeleton christophe leterrier1, pankaj dubey2 and subhojit roy2,3 abstract | the corporeal beauty of the neuronal cytoskeleton has captured the imagination of generations of scientists. one of the easiest cellular structures to visualize by light microscopy, its existence has been known for well

Stage-specific appearance of cytoplasmic microtubules

Stage-specific appearance of cytoplasmic microtubules

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zoological research 33 (e5−6): e98−e103 doi: 10.3724/sp.j.1141.2012.e05-06e98 stage-specific appearance of cytoplasmic microtubules around the surviving nuclei during the third prezygotic division of paramecium yiwen wang, jinqiang yuan, xin gao, xianyu yang* the nurturing station for the state key laboratory of subtropical silviculture, zhejiang a & f university,

npgrj nsmb 1482 1 7 - MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

npgrj nsmb 1482 1 7 - MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

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articles © 2008 nature publishing group http://www.nature.com/nsmb mal3, the schizosaccharomyces pombe homolog of eb1, changes the microtubule lattice ame´de´e des georges1, miho katsuki2, douglas r drummond2, michael osei2, robert a cross2 & linda a amos1 in vitro studies of pure tubulin have suggested that tubulin heterodimers in cells

Cortical Microtubule Organization during Petal

Cortical Microtubule Organization during Petal

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international journal of molecular sciences review cortical microtubule organization during petal morphogenesis in arabidopsis yanqiu yang 1,2, weihong huang 1,2 , endian wu 1,2, chentao lin 2, binqing chen 2,* and deshu lin 2,* 1 college of life science, fujian agriculture and forestry university, fuzhou 350002, china; [email protected] (y.y.); [email protected]

Microtubule-associated ROP interactors both delimit and

Microtubule-associated ROP interactors both delimit and

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biorxiv preprint doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.01.08.425872; this version posted january 8, 2021. the copyright holder for this preprint (which was not certified by peer review) is the author/funder, who has granted biorxiv a license to display the preprint in perpetuity. it is made available under acc-by 4.0 international license. 1 microtubule-associated rop