Intrinsic structural disorder in cytoskeletal proteins.

@article{Guharoy2013IntrinsicSD,
  title={Intrinsic structural disorder in cytoskeletal proteins.},
  author={Mainak Guharoy and Beata Szabo and Sara Contreras Martos and Simone Kosol and Peter Tompa},
  journal={Cytoskeleton},
  year={2013},
  volume={70 10},
  pages={550-71}
}
Cytoskeleton, the internal scaffold of the cell, displays an exceptional combination of stability and dynamics. It is composed of three major filamentous networks, microfilaments (actin filaments), intermediate filaments (neurofilaments), and microtubules. Together, they ensure the physical and structural stability of the cell, whereby also mediating its large-scale structural rearrangements, motility, stress response, division, and internal transport. All three cytoskeletal systems are built… CONTINUE READING
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