Definitions

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  • adjective (Cell Biology) Of or pertaining to the cytoskeleton.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to a cytoskeleton.

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Examples

  • 1992 – Acousto-conformational transitions in cytoskeletal microtubules: Implications for intracellular information processing

    Behe vs. Dawkins

  • In particular, there is a specific structure called the centrosome that is a kind of cytoskeletal organizing center - sort of like a seed crystal that acts as a starting point for growth.

    Pharyngula

  • In particular, there is a specific structure called the centrosome that is a kind of cytoskeletal organizing center - sort of like a seed crystal that acts as a starting point for growth.

    Planet Atheism

  • Areas of laboratory research interest include immune cell (T -, B -, NK-cell) signal transduction and cytoskeletal dynamics, dendritic cells and immune tolerance infectious causes of autoimmune disease and CD40-ligand transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation in SLE.

    Pediatric Rheumatology Fellowship

  • Another suggested cause is calcium-induced neuronal death which could implicate disruption of cytoskeletal microtubules inside neurons as the precipitating factor.

    Deepak Chopra: End-of-Life Brain Activity - A Sign of the Soul?

  • Another suggested cause is calcium-induced neuronal death which could implicate disruption of cytoskeletal microtubules inside neurons as the precipitating factor.

    Deepak Chopra: End-of-Life Brain Activity - A Sign of the Soul?

  • Alpha-catenin participates in regulation of actin-containing cytoskeletal filaments.

    Cadherins, Part 1

  • Tubulin, actin, and MAPs aren't conserved because of their use in sensory and processing functions; they are nearly universal cytoskeletal elements in eukaryotic cells.

    Another predictable argument against front-loading

  • The size, shape, and compartmentalization of these specialized cells must be generated and supported by the cytoskeletal systems of intracellular transport.

    Another predictable argument against front-loading

  • The little You-Tube clip you posted (and TP links to) is a graphic highlight of cytoskeletal MT dynamics in action – from a distance that doesn't show us what they're actually doing.

    A Third Choice (ID Hypothesis)

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