Neuronal aspects of cytosolic chaperonin complexes: structures implicated in the production of functional cytoskeletal proteins.

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Introduction Three major fibrillar elements constitute the axoplasmic cytoskeleton of neurons: microtubules (MTs), assembled from aand P-tubulin dimers, microfilaments (MFs), made of actin, and neurofilaments (NFs), the neuron-specific intermediate-sized filaments composed in mammals from the fibrous NF-H, NF-M and NF-1, ‘triplet’ polypeptides [ 11. Like… (More)

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@article{Carden1995NeuronalAO, title={Neuronal aspects of cytosolic chaperonin complexes: structures implicated in the production of functional cytoskeletal proteins.}, author={Martin J. Carden and Anne Roobol}, journal={Biochemical Society transactions}, year={1995}, volume={23 1}, pages={70-6} }