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Recombination of ciliary dynein of Tetrahymena with the outer fibers

Journal of Biochemistry

Jul 1, 1975

T Shimizu

PMID: 378

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Recombination of ciliary dyneins of Tetrahymena pyriformis with the outer fibers was investigated using turbidimetry, co-sedimentation analysis and electron microscopy. As reported by Gibbons, 30S dynein could recombine with the outer fibers, while 14S dynein did to so a lesser extent. ...read more

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Tetrahymena
Cilia
Microtubules
DNA-dependent ATPase
Turbidimetry
Flagella
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Adenosine Triphosphate, Chromium Ammonium Salt
Magnesium
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Recombination of ciliary dynein of Tetrahymena with the outer fibers

Journal of Biochemistry

Jul 1, 1975

T Shimizu

PMID: 378

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Abstract

Recombination of ciliary dyneins of Tetrahymena pyriformis with the outer fibers was investigated using turbidimetry, co-sedimentation analysis and electron microscopy. As reported by Gibbons, 30S dynein could recombine with the outer fibers, while 14S dynein did to so a lesser extent. ...read more

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Tetrahymena
Cilia
Microtubules
DNA-dependent ATPase
Turbidimetry
Flagella
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Adenosine Triphosphate, Chromium Ammonium Salt
Magnesium

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