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Protein that Makes Us Wonky

News   Nov 23, 2018 | Original Story from CNRS.

 
Protein that Makes Us Wonky

The molecular motor Myosin 1D creates asymmetry at all levels, from the movement of actin molecules (red and green filaments) to respiratory trachea (white tube-like structures), to the organism itself (here a Drosophila larva). Credit: Photo of larva: Gaëlle Lebreton; photo editing by Stéphane Noselli / iBV / CNRS.

 
 
 

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