filament protein types

  • Types of Muscle Contraction -

    Muscle contractions during exercise can be divided into three categories; isotonic (meaning same tension throughout the contraction), isometric (meaning same te

  • Filament - Wikipedia

    The word filament, which is descended from Latin filum meaning "thread", is used in English for a variety of thread-like structures, including:

  • Protein Structure Basics -

    Secondary structure elements. The polypeptide chain of a protein seldom forms just a random coil. Remember that proteins have either a chemical (enzymes) or structural function to fulfill.

  • Tree of Life Glossary

    Tree of Life Glossary. The ToL Glossary is still under construction. We expect to greatly expand it over the next few months. The current page contains a listing of all the available ToL Glossary terms.

  • NF-kB Target Genes » NF-kB Transcription Factors | Boston

    NF-kB Target Genes. Target Genes of NF-kB. Cytokines/Chemokines and their Modulators Immunoreceptors Proteins Involved in Antigen Presentation Cell Adhesion Molecules

  • Intermediate filament - Wikipedia

    Intermediate filaments (IFs) are cytoskeletal components found in the cells of vertebrate animal species, and perhaps also in other animals, fungi, plants, and unicellular organisms.

  • Role of Light and Dark Cycle and Different Temperatures in

    Role of Light and Dark Cycle and Different Temperatures in the Regulation of Growth and Protein Expression in Oscillatoria agardhii Strain

  • Muscular System - Muscles of the Human Body

    Continued From Above Muscular System Anatomy Muscle Types. There are three types of muscle tissue: Visceral, cardiac, and skeletal. Visceral Muscle

  • Muscle Biochemistry: Structure and Function

    The muscle page describes the biochemical and functional characteristics of several proteins involved in the formation of various types of muscle tissue.

  • Human Physiology - Cell structure and function

    Voyage inside the cell Two types of cells that make up all living things on earth: prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells (check this video) , like bacteria, have no 'nucleus', while eukaryotic cells, like those of the human body, do.

  • Silk Making; How to Make Silk; Silk Production Process; Silk

    Silk is an animal protein fiber produced by certain insects to build their cocoons and webs. Many different types of silk are produced by a huge variety of different types of insects other than moth s.

  • 6.1 Types of Cytoskeleton and their Molecular Structures

    6.1 Types of Cytoskeleton and their Molecular Structures|This page represents an online version of the life science textbook in English.(Edited by:CSLS/The University of Tokyo)

  • Hereditary Motor Sensory Neuropathies: Charcot-Marie-Tooth

    Severity: General Many mutations produce same disease severity as GJB1 deletions? Related to degree of protein function lost; No clear relation with ability of Cx32 mutants to form functional channels


    8p21.2 Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, dominant intermediate G 617882 AD 3 The NEFL gene encodes the neurofilament light polypeptide, a subunit that forms type IV intermediate filament heteropolymers, which are a major component of the neuronal cytoskeleton (summary by Agrawal et al., 2014). The

  • Muscle Contraction & Sliding Filament Theory -

    The sliding filament theory is the method by which muscles are thought to contract. It is recommended that you read the muscle structure page before continuing