Lucky 13-microtubule depolymerisation by kinesin-13 motors

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Moores, Carolyn A.; Milligan, R.A.;
(2006)
  • Publisher: The Company of Biologists Ltd.
  • Subject: bcs

The kinesin-13 class of motors catalyses microtubule depolymerisation by bending tubulins at microtubule ends. Depolymerisation activity is intrinsic to the kinesin-13 motor core but the activity of the core alone is very low compared with that of constructs that also c... View more
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