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    Margulis, Lynn
    In eukaryotic cells, microtubules are 24-nm-diameter tubular structures composed of a class of conserved proteins called tubulin. They are involved in numerous cell functions including ciliary motility, nerve cell elongation, pigment migration, centro . . .
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    Margulis, Lynn
    In eukaryotic cells, microtubules are 24-nm-diameter tubular structures composed of a class of conserved proteins called tubulin. They are involved in numerous cell functions including ciliary motility, nerve cell elongation, pigment migration, centro . . .
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    D'Orsogna, Maria-Rita R.
    Cellular cargo can be bound to cytoskeletal filaments by one or more active or passive molecular motors. Recent experiments have shown that the presence of auxiliary, nondriving motors results in an enhanced processivity of the cargo, compared to the . . .
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    Posta, Filippo
    Cellular cargo can be bound to cytoskeletal filaments by one or more active or passive molecular motors. Recent experiments have shown that the presence of auxiliary, nondriving motors results in an enhanced processivity of the cargo, compared to the . . .
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    Chang, Sophie Si Huei
    During cell division, biochemical information coordinating microtubule polymerization and depolymerization is conveyed in a timely manner in order to ensure spindle formation and accurate chromosomal segregation. Abnormal spindle formation results . . .