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  • noun biochemistry Any of a group of enzymes that hydrolyze ATP and thus provides motive power for motile structures such as microtubules

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  • Mutations in a protein called dynein, required for the proper functioning of sensory nerve cells, ca ...

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  • An international team of scientists led by the University of Leeds has shed new light on the little-understood motor protein called dynein, thought to be involved in progressive neurological disorders such as motor neurone disease.

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  • (PhysOrg. com) -- An international team of scientists led by the University of Leeds has shed new light on the little-understood motor protein called dynein, thought to be involved in progressive neurological disorders such as motor neurone disease.

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  • Apart from the generally known spindle components such as dynein/dynectin and tubulins, several other "hubs" are connected with a large number of entries.

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  • Cilia is made up of many different kinds of protein, such as dynein, spoke protein and many other sorts of protein.

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  • The capsid is assumed to bind to microtubule-associated motors (such as dynein) at Schematic of one-dimensional cytoplasmic transport along a microtubule.

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  • Cilia is made up of many different kinds of protein, such as dynein, spoke protein and so on.

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  • Cilia is made up of many different kinds of protein, such as dynein, spoke protein and many other sorts of protein.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • Initially the stumbling block to a blind and random search was nexin linkers, dynein motor and microtubules.

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  • One of the major systems is the microtubule-based transport system along which kinesin and dynein motor proteins generate force and drive the traffic of many cellular components.

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