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Origin and evolution of the self-organizing cytoskeleton in the network of eukaryotic organelles

bioRxiv

Jun 4, 2014

Gáspár Jékely

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The eukaryotic cytoskeleton evolved from prokaryotic cytomotive filaments. Prokaryotic filament systems show bewildering structural and dynamic complexity, and in many aspects prefigure the self-organizing properties of the eukaryotic cytoskeleton. Here I compare the dynamic properties ...read more

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Organellar Ribosome
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Origin and evolution of the self-organizing cytoskeleton in the network of eukaryotic organelles

bioRxiv

Jun 4, 2014

Gáspár Jékely

PMID: 990005868

DOI: 10.1101/005868

Abstract

The eukaryotic cytoskeleton evolved from prokaryotic cytomotive filaments. Prokaryotic filament systems show bewildering structural and dynamic complexity, and in many aspects prefigure the self-organizing properties of the eukaryotic cytoskeleton. Here I compare the dynamic properties ...read more

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Molecular Motor Activity
Cell Motility
Filamentous fungus
Motility
Ciliary Body
Organellar Ribosome
Genomics
Comparative Genomic Analysis
Structure
Cytoskeletal Filaments
4
44

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