Interaction of C-protein with pH 8.0 synthetic thick filaments prepared from the myosin of vertebrate skeletal muscle

@article{Davis1988InteractionOC,
  title={Interaction of C-protein with pH 8.0 synthetic thick filaments prepared from the myosin of vertebrate skeletal muscle},
  author={J. Steve Davis},
  journal={Journal of Muscle Research & Cell Motility},
  year={1988},
  volume={9},
  pages={174-183}
}
The assembly mechanism of synthetic thick filaments of purified myosin formed at pH 8.0 has been extensively studied. These filaments were chosen for experimentation since they share a number of structural features, as well as aspects of the kinetics of their assembly, with native filaments. C-protein copolymerization consistently favours the formation of longer synthetic filaments with the diameter of the crossbridge region remaining comparable to that of the native filament. At moderate… CONTINUE READING
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