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a microscopic network of actin filaments and microtubules in the cytoplasm of many living cells that gives the cell shape and coherence

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Bakos, "Oxytocin increases neurite length and expression of cytoskeletal proteins associated with neuronal growth," Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, vol.
Meprins also cleave two cytoskeletal proteins, villin and actin, which would cause injury to the brush border membranes of proximal kidney tubules [12].
Franke, "Characterization of human cytokeratin 2, an epidermal cytoskeletal protein synthesized late during differentiation," Experimental Cell Research, vol.
The effect of ageing on the water-holding capacity of pork: Role of cytoskeletal proteins. Meat Sci 2001;58: 17-23.
Actin is one of the major cytoskeletal proteins that participates in important cellular functions such as muscle contraction, cell motility, and cell signaling [2].
Previous evidence shows that a possible mechanism of proteinuria is complex, and may be linked to glomerular podocyte protection, inflammation associated with podocyte damage, cell adhesion, and space conformation of cytoskeletal proteins [2,13].
Lens cytoskeletal proteins, lens specific beaded filament proteins and fiber cell membrane proteins are major water insoluble proteins.
More than three hundred years later, engineers, scientists, and doctors are still trying to pick apart the nuts-and-bolts of skeletal and muscle movements and figure out how the actions of motor and cytoskeletal proteins such as actin and myosin lead to the contraction of muscle fibers, hoping a molecular understanding of motion may lead to new therapies and treatments for muscular disorders.
Along with actins, tubulins are abundant cytoskeletal proteins that support diverse cellular processes, including microtubule and microfilament structure and function (Lundin et al.
Fibroblast activation plays a major role in TGF-[beta]-induced renal fibrosis, and can be identified by examining the expression level of certain cytoskeletal proteins including [alpha]-SMA and vimentin.
(11) At least nine genes have been purported to harbor mutations in cases of isolated LVNCC, including genes that code for cardiac muscular cytoskeletal proteins and the alpha-cardiac actin (ACTC) gene, which has also been a gene implicated in other cardiomyopathies such as familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
It has been demonstrated that phosphorylation of GSK-3 may influence cytoskeletal proteins altering neuronal plasticity (for review see [83]).
"The optimized reagents enable subsequent stepwise extraction of cytoplasmic, membrane, nuclear soluble, chromatin-bound and cytoskeletal proteins from the recovered cells with less than 15% cross contamination."