Rapid Glucose Depletion Immobilizes Active Myosin V on Stabilized Actin Cables

Abstract

Polarization of eukaryotic cells requires organelles and protein complexes to be transported to their proper destinations along the cytoskeleton. When nutrients are abundant, budding yeast grows rapidly transporting secretory vesicles for localized growth and actively segregating organelles. This is mediated by myosin Vs transporting cargos along F-actin… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2014.09.017

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