Phosphorylation and Turnover with Feedback to Actomyosin

Abstract

Tissue microenvironments are characterized not only in terms of chemical composition but also by collective properties such as stiffness, which influences the contractility of a cell, its adherent morphology, and even differentiation [1–8]. The nucleoskeletal protein lamin-A,C increases with matrix stiffness, confers nuclear mechanical properties, and… (More)

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