Actin structural proteins in cell motility

@article{Cunningham1992ActinSP,
  title={Actin structural proteins in cell motility},
  author={Charles Casey Cunningham},
  journal={Cancer and Metastasis Reviews},
  year={1992},
  volume={11},
  pages={69-77}
}
The machinery for cell locomotion is based in a network of polymerized actin filaments supporting the peripheral cytoplasm. This network or ‘gel’ consists of actin filaments in a variety of configurations, including cables, loose bundles, and branching arrays; all formed by the interaction of actin-associated proteins with actin filaments. For cell locomotion to occur, this network must be reversibly disassembled or ‘solated” to allow protrusion, then re-assembled to stabilize the resulting… CONTINUE READING

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