This volume of the treatise deals with structural aspects of the cytoskeleton: the characteristics of the filaments and their components; the organization of the genes; motor proteins; interactions with membranes.... is indispensable to maintain plasma membrane structure and function, as illustrated by the erythrocyte system (Bennett, 1990). Such a network is also very likely involved in positioning of transmembrane proteins, controlling their mobility in the membrane, and regulating their function. ... Molecules closely related to erythrocyte cytoskeletal components are now known to be ubiquitous proteins, so that aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Structure and Assembly|
|Author||:||J.E. Hesketh, I.F. Pryme|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 1995-11-09|