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Nucleotide-metabolizing enzymes in Chlamydomonas flagella

The Journal of Biological Chemistry

Jan 10, 1976

Takeshi K Watanabe, Michael Flavin

PMID: 397

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Nucleotides have at least two functions in eukaryotic cilia and flagella. ATP, originating in the cells, is utilized for motility by energy-transducing protein(s) called dynein, and the binding of guanine nucleotides to tubulin, and probably certain transformations of the bound nucleoti...read more

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Chlamydomonas
Microtubule Polymerization Process
Tetrahymena
Species
Tubulin
Cilia
Flagella
Cell Body of Neuron
Adenosine Triphosphate
Response (Communication)
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    The Journal of Biological Chemistry

    Jan 10, 1976

    Takeshi K Watanabe, Michael Flavin

    PMID: 397

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    Nucleotides have at least two functions in eukaryotic cilia and flagella. ATP, originating in the cells, is utilized for motility by energy-transducing protein(s) called dynein, and the binding of guanine nucleotides to tubulin, and probably certain transformations of the bound nucleoti...read more

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    Chlamydomonas
    Microtubule Polymerization Process
    Tetrahymena
    Species
    Tubulin

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