Walter K Vogel

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Myosins are actin-based molecular motors that may have specialized trafficking and contractile functions in cytoskeletal compartments that lack microtubules. The postsynaptic excitatory synapse is one such specialization, yet little is known about the spatial organization of myosin motor proteins in the mature brain. We used a proteomics approach to(More)
BACKGROUND Cell types are defined at the molecular level during embryogenesis by a process called pattern formation and created by the selective utilization of combinations of sequence specific transcription factors. Developmental programs define the sets of genes that are available to each particular cell type, and real-time biochemical signaling(More)
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