Stress fibres


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Concept Info

NAME

Stress fibres

DESCRIPTION

Stress fibres are contractile bundles of actin filaments and myosin, which can attach to focal adhesions and function in cell adhesion, migration and mechanotransduction. Different types of stress fibres include ventral and dorsal stress fibres, transverse arcs and the perinuclear actin cap.

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