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Actin Cytoskeleton

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Actin Cytoskeleton
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    • The actin cytoskeleton (AC) of fungal hyphae is a major determinant of hyphal shape and morphogenesis, implicated in controlling tip structure and secretory vesicle delivery...

    Silvia D. Schreyet al. Interaction with mycorrhiza helper bacterium Streptomyces sp. AcH 505 ...

    • The actin cytoskeleton is a dynamic filamentous network whose formation and remodeling underlies the fundamental processes of cell motility and shape determination. To serve these roles, different compartments of the actin cytoskeleton engage in forming specific coupling sites between neighbouring cells and with the underlying matrix, which themselves serve signal transducing functions...

    Klemens Rottneret al. Visualising the actin cytoskeleton

    • The actin cytoskeleton is an essential network of filaments found in all cells and is important in the process of migration, adhesion and proliferation...

    Cowin AJ. Roleoftheactincytoskeletoninwoundhealing� andscarformation

    • The actin cytoskeleton is an important component of eukaryotic cell cytoskeleton and is temporally and spatially controlled by a series of actin binding proteins (ABPs). Among ABPs, formin family proteins have attracted much attention as they can nucleate unbranched actin filament from the profilin bound actin pool in vivo...

    Chunqing Guoet al. Formins: Bringing new insights to the organization of actin cytoskelet...

    • The actin cytoskeleton is an active gel which constantly remodels during cellular processes such as motility and division. Myosin II molecular motors are involved in this active remodeling process and therefore control the dynamic self-organization of cytoskeletal structures. Due to the complexity of in vivo systems, it is hard to investigate the role of myosin II in the reorganization process which determines the resulting cytoskeletal structures...

    F. Backoucheet al. Active gels: dynamics of patterning and self-organization

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