Actin cytoskeleton: The Arp2/3 complex gets to the point

@article{Zigmond1998ActinCT,
  title={Actin cytoskeleton: The Arp2/3 complex gets to the point},
  author={Sally H. Zigmond},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={1998},
  volume={8},
  pages={R654-R657}
}
Actin filament polymerization results primarily from the addition of monomers to pre-existing filaments. Recent studies have revealed that the Arp2/3 protein complex, which includes two actin-related proteins, can nucleate new actin filaments, and this capacity can be enhanced by ActA, a protein used by Listeria to polymerize actin. 
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