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REASONS FOR PERFORMING STUDY Subjective neurological evaluation in horses is prone to bias. An objective method of spinal ataxia detection is not subject to these limitations and could be of use in equine practice and research. HYPOTHESIS Kinematic data in the walking horse can differentiate normal and spinal ataxic horses. METHODS Twelve normal and 12(More)
The ability to exchange reversibly the regulatory light chains (RLCs) from scallop myosin has provided us with a test system to probe the mechanisms of regulation mediated by the RLCs from vertebrate skeletal, vertebrate smooth and molluscan myosins. The cloning and expression of these RLCs, together with domain-swapping and site-directed mutagenesis(More)
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