Subject: How does the protein dynien control the ciliary motion (if it does so at all)?
Date: Fri Sep 9 09:33:45 2005
Posted by kanishk
Grade level: grad (non-science)
School: Indian institute Of Technology
City: New Delhi State/Province: Delhi
Area of science: Biochemistry
I came across this concept of a protein causing the ciliary motion due to a
mechanical kind of a movement...found it extremely interesting....tried
seartching on the net but everything given was extremely complicated. could you
please apart from giving a basic jist of the issue either provide some links,
or suggest some published paper or book that could help me understand the
Re: How does the protein dynien control the ciliary motion (if it does so at all)?
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