G-actin
Globular actin.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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  • G-Actin — G Ac|tin ↑ Actin …   Universal-Lexikon

  • G-actin — See under actin. * * * G ac·tin jē .ak tən n a globular monomeric form of actin produced in solutions of low ionic concentration compare F ACTIN * * * G ac·tin see actin …   Medical dictionary

  • Actin — G Actin (PDB code: 1j6z). ADP and the divalent cation are highlighted …   Wikipedia

  • Actin — G Aktin (PDB code: 1j6z) mit ADP und Kation F Aktin; Darstellung von 13 Aktin Untereinheiten (basierend auf dem …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • G актин глобулярный а — G актин, глобулярный а. * g акцін, глабулярны а. * g actin короткая полипетидная цепь из 375 аминокислот, которая является мономерной единицей белка актина, одного из двух белков, вовлеченный в процесс сокращения мышц. Несколько единиц актина ,… …   Генетика. Энциклопедический словарь

  • actin — One of the protein components into which actomyosin can be split; it can exist in a fibrous form (F a.) or a globular form (G a.). F a. the association of G a. subunits into a fibrous (F) protein caused by an increase in salt …   Medical dictionary

  • actin — /ak teuhn/, n. Biochem. a globulin that is present in muscle plasma and that in connection with myosin plays an important role in muscle contraction. [1940 45; perh. ACT + IN2] * * * One of two proteins responsible for contraction of muscle cells …   Universalium

  • Actin — Ac|tin 〈n. 11〉 = Aktin * * * Ac|tin [lat. actus = Tat, Tätigkeit, Bewegung; ↑ in (3)], das; s, e; S: Aktin: haupts. im Muskelgewebe konzentriertes Protein, das in monomerer Form als globuläres Polypeptid (G Actin aus 375 Aminos …   Universal-Lexikon

  • actin — A protein of 42 kD, very abundant in eukaryotic cells (8 14% total cell protein) and one of the major components of the actomyosin motor and the cortical microfilament meshwork. First isolated from striated muscle and often referred to as one of… …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • Actin, alpha 1 — Actin, alpha 1, skeletal muscle PDB rendering based on 1atn …   Wikipedia

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