cytoskeletal
cytoskeletal cy`to*skel"e*tal (s[imac]`t[-o]*sk[e^]l"[e^]*tal), a. (Cell Biology) Of or pertaining to the cytoskeleton; as, cytoskeletal microtubules. [PJC]

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  • cytoskeletal — adjective see cytoskeleton …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cytoskeletal — adjective Of or pertaining to a cytoskeleton …   Wiktionary

  • cytoskeletal — adj. of a cytoskeleton, of the elements that comprise the support structure of a cell (Cytology) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cytoskeletal — cy·to·skeletal …   English syllables

  • cytoskeletal — ˌ adjective Etymology: cyt + skeletal : of, relating to, or being the cytoskeleton of a cell * * * cytoskelˈetal adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑cyto …   Useful english dictionary

  • paxillin — Cytoskeletal protein (68 kD) that localizes, like talin, to focal adhesions, to dense plaques in smooth muscle, and to the myotendonous and neuromuscular junctions of skeletal muscle. Binds to vinculin …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • cytoskeleton — cytoskeletal, adj. /suy teuh skel i tn/, n. Cell Biol. a shifting lattice arrangement of structural and contractile components distributed throughout the cell cytoplasm, composed of microtubules, microfilaments, and larger filaments, functioning… …   Universalium

  • Vinculin — PDB rendering based on 1qkr …   Wikipedia

  • Prokaryotic cytoskeleton — The prokaryotic cytoskeleton is the collective name for all structural filaments in prokaryotes. It was once thought that prokaryotic cells did not possess cytoskeletons, but recent advances in visualization technology and structure determination …   Wikipedia

  • Growth cone — Image of a fluorescently labeled growth cone extending from an axon F actin (red) microtubules (green). A growth cone is a dynamic, actin supported extension of a developing axon seeking its synaptic target. Their existence was originally… …   Wikipedia

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