Axonal transport of tubulin and actin.

@article{Galbraith2000AxonalTO,
  title={Axonal transport of tubulin and actin.},
  author={James A Galbraith and Paul E. Gallant},
  journal={Journal of neurocytology},
  year={2000},
  volume={29 11-12},
  pages={889-911}
}
Axonal transport is responsible for supplying the axonal processes with proteins that are synthesized in the cell body. Among the proteins that are moved by this mechanism are tubulin and actin, two major components of the cytoskeleton. Observation of the movement of metabolically labeled tubulin and actin in-vivo has demonstrated that tubulin and actin transport are reduced in various diseases and with age, but transport is increased during axonal growth and regeneration. These metabolic… CONTINUE READING

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