Motility


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Motility

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107 rdfs:label Motor protein structure
108 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/motility
109 skos:definition Motor protein structure describes the structure of molecular motors capable of moving along a cytoskeletal filament. In many cases, motor proteins transport cargo in a particular direction along the filament, and this directionality is associated with both protein and filament structure.
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115 rdfs:label Motor protein tracks
116 skos:altLabel Molecular-motor tracks
117 Motor-protein tracks
118 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/motility
119 skos:definition Motor protein tracks are the cytoskeletal filaments, including actin and microtubules, on which motor proteins move. In many cases, motor proteins transport cargo in a particular direction along the filament, and this directionality is associated with both protein and filament structure.
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121 skos:prefLabel Motor protein tracks
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125 rdfs:label Muscle contraction
126 skos:altLabel Inotropism
127 Inotropisms
128 Muscle Contractions
129 Muscle contractions
130 Muscular Contraction
131 Muscular Contractions
132 Muscular contraction
133 Muscular contractions
134 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/motility
135 skos:definition Muscle contraction is the generation of tension in muscle tissue, often resulting in a lengthening or shortening of the muscle. It involves the formation of rapidly cycling crossbridges between actin filaments and myosin motor proteins.
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137 skos:prefLabel Muscle contraction
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