Motor protein function


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Concept Info

NAME

Motor protein function

DESCRIPTION

Motor proteins are molecular motors that use ATP hydrolysis to move along cytoskeletal filaments within the cell. They fulfil many functions within biological systems, including controlling the sliding of filaments in muscle contraction and mediating intracellular transport along biopolymer filament tracks.

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