Motor protein regulation


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Concept Info

NAME

Motor protein regulation

DESCRIPTION

Motor protein regulation is the process by which molecular motors moving along cytoskeletal filaments are regulated, enabling them to perform multiple functions in the cell. The mechanisms governing this regulation are preserved across structurally diverse protein families.

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