Tightly-bound divalent cation of actin

@article{Estes1992TightlyboundDC,
  title={Tightly-bound divalent cation of actin},
  author={James E. Estes and Lynn A. Selden and Henry J. Kinosian and Lewis C. Gershman},
  journal={Journal of Muscle Research & Cell Motility},
  year={1992},
  volume={13},
  pages={272-284}
}
Actin is known to undergo reversible monomer-polymer transitions that coincide with various cell activities such as cell shape changes, locomotion, endocytosis and exocytosis. This dynamic state of actin filament self-assembly and disassembly is thought to be regulated by the properties of the monomeric actin molecule andin vivo by the influence of actin-associated proteins. Of major importance to the properties of the monomeric actin molecule are the presence of one tightly-bound ATP and one… CONTINUE READING
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