PMID: 5903337Jan 21, 1966

Synthetic myosin filaments

B Kaminer, A L Bell


A stable preparation of myosin filaments was formed in a medium at pH 8.0. The filament length varied from 0.2 to 0.5 micron. Most of the material sedimented at 21S, but there was a minor peak (due to monomer) at 6.8S. The filaments did not taper and had large bulbous irregularities at the ends.


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