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TitleCell and Muscle Motility [electronic resource] / edited by Robert M. Dowben, Jerry W. Shay
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1983
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-9296-9
Descript XIII, 311 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Motility is a fundamental property of living systems, from the cytoplasmic streaming of unicellular organisms to the most highly differentiated and deยญ veloped contractile system of higher organisms, striated muscle. Although of motility have a long and inยญ scientific investigations into the mechanisms teresting history, the knowledge of molecular processes, especially in the area of regulation of control of motility, has been developing at an ever more rapid pace with the utilization of multidisciplinary approaches from physiology, cell biology, genetics, biochemistry, pharmacology, and biophysics. In Volume 3, Cell and Muscle Motility continues the same philosophy as that of the preceding volumes. The essays are meant to focus on topics of current interest, to be critical rather than exhaustive, and to indicate the current trends of research efforts. The series is intended to foster an inยญ terchange of concepts among various workers in a variety of disciplines and to serve as a reference for students and workers who wish to familiarize themยญ selves with the most current progress in motility. Robert M. Dowben Jerry W. Shay Dallas vii Contents Chapter 1 Intermediate Filaments in Striated Muscle: A Review of Structural Studies in Embryonic and Adult Skelttal and Cardiac Muscle Maureen C. Price and Joseph W. Sanger 1. Introduction ................................................


CONTENT

1 Intermediate Filaments in Striated Muscle: A Review of Structural Studies in Embryonic and Adult Skeletal and Cardiac Muscle -- 2 Biochemistry and Structure of Mammalian Neurofilaments -- 3 Organization of Contractile Fibers in Smooth Muscle -- 4 Regulation of Muscle Contraction -- 5 The Membrane System and Cytoskeletal Elements of Mammalian Myocardial Cells -- 6 Control of Gene Expression in Muscle Development -- 7 Cloning of Contractile Protein -- 8 Role of Microtubules and Centrioles in Growth Regulation of Mammalian Cells


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